JJ Brantley came into his Fight For It 7 bout against Dreon Martin with a wave of hype behind him. The former amateur champion earned an 8-1 record as an amateur before taking time away from the sport. Making a comeback as a newly minted pro, Brantley certainly showed no signs of ring rust as he battled through Martin’s slick defenses with a flowing, technical series of transitions on the ground, ultimately earning his first professional win with a first-round armbar. Martin’s record shifts to 1-4, as Brantley notches 1 in the win column.
It only takes one good hit. There’s a reason that has become a combat sports cliché, and in his professional debut at Fight For It VIII, Trukon Carson proved it true. Taking on the seasoned […]
The 2019 Fight For It Grand Prix series has proved to be a competitive ranking, with few positions secured as we head into Fight For It VIII, the last opportunity for athletes to tally points […]
Top Ten Heavyweights Marquell Fulwood-Jones & Kevin “Sasquatch” Satterfield Collide at Fight for It VII
Marquell Fulwood-Jones should be riding high after a round one KO victory over David Ciuclea at Fight For It VI back in May. With a 2-2 record all battled on Fight For It cards, he’s […]