The very first exchange of Justin Trey Harrell’s bout with debut fighter Michael Alexander foreshadowed its end. Harrell started strong landing a heavy shot, moving into the clinch, and securing a standing guillotine choke. Alexander slipped out of that first attempt, but after a round and a half of heavy boxing exchanges and grueling work against the cage and on the mat, he couldn’t escape the choke again when Harrell locked it in with a full minute remaining in the second. Harrell’s dominant win moves his record to 4-4 and earns him 5 points in the 2019 Fight For It MMA Grand Prix. Alexander walks away with a 0-1 record.
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