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.
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 […]
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