4M Fitness boxer Jirani Lowe used every inch of his reach advantage to stick stiff jabs in the face of his opponent, U.S. Marine Corps boxer Daniel Ruiz. But despite Ruiz’s dogged tenacity, Lowe controlled the fight at range, and turned the infight into a clinch battle to force the referee to separate the fighters. Lowe’s dominant performance led to two standing eight counts in the first round, another in the second, and finally a second round stoppage.
FIGHT FOR IT IX RECAP: Emmanuel Simpson takes the decision over Sam Slyman
Hayastan MMA’s latest prospect, Emmanuel Simpson, displayed dominant grappling and sharp boxing in his debut against Section 8 MMA’s Sam Slyman. After stunning Slyman with a heavy cross in the first, the two fighters offered […]
FIGHT FOR IT IX RECAP: Christian Ayala earns a hard-fought decision victory over Shaun Grier
When the debuting boxers Christian Ayala, of Ultimate Gym, and Shaun Grier, of 4M Fitness, met in the ring at Fight For It IX, it took only moments for the two hungry prospects to start […]
After victory at Fight For It VIII, Brandon Rollins takes on Bobby Martin, his most experienced opponent to date
At Fight For It VIII in September, Brandon Rollins moved his kickboxing record to 4-1 earned a decisive victory over the 1-2 Tyler Hensley, and displayed a disciplined approach on his way to doing it. […]