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.
The 3-3 Elevate MMA Academy prospect Shayaan Khokhar battled Gym O’s 2-1 Zachary Thrift through three rounds at Fight For It IX. Thrift’s aggressive brawling style put quick pressure on Khokhar, and an improved kicking […]
Micah Harnden, the 6-1 bantamweight fighting out of Gym-O, is the 2019 Fight For It Grand Prix winner. The Fight For It 135 lbs. champion successfully defended his title against Shameek Harvey at Fight For […]
Zaire Stukes is riding high after a decisive decision victory over Michael Delozier in his debut bout at Lightning Strikes IX in June. Given he’s only been training seriously since March, after time away from […]