Micah Harnden entered his title fight with Collin Godbout as the leader of the 2019 Fight For It MMA Grand Prix with 12 points, and a three-fight win streak at Fight For It events — all ending in first-round submissions. Godbout proved a worthy opponent, keeping Harnden working into the fourth round, but a steady barrage of leg kicks and swarming top pressure in the grappling exchanges set Harnden up for yet another submission win, as he clamped down on a read naked choke in round four. Harnden, the new Champ, adds another 3 Grand Prix points for a total of 15, and moves his amateur record to 5-1. Godbout slips to 4-2.
At Fight For It XI, a delayed showdown between Dylan Williams and Brent Williams promises to show who made the most of the interval
Brent Williams and Dylan Williams were scheduled to meet at Fight For It X, but that bout was canceled at the last minute due to unforeseen events. At that time, Dylan Williams (3-2) was the […]
Joel Suggs and Jason Dula square off in a super-heavyweight rematch at Fight For It XII
The super-heavyweights return for a rematch where Joel Suggs of Eight Points Muay Thai hopes to retain his winning streak while Jason Dula of Atlantic MMA aims to avenge his previous loss. In their first […]
Herd shifts momentum with a first-round stoppage over Mason
Chris Herd entered his clash with Dylan Mason at Fight For It 7 looking to tip the scales on his 1-3 record. With a barrage of attacks, from chopping leg kicks, lacerating elbows and, finally, […]