For two rounds, Sosha Rockwood and Carma Radford seemed content to stand and bang, trading heavy exchanges marked by Rockwood’s constant pressure and Radford’s heavy counters. And it seemed as though Radford was making the most of those exchanges, landing hard, precise shots throughout both rounds. But seconds into round 3, Rockwood caught a clinch, took the back, and battled her way into a tight rear naked choke, getting the tap and an additional 4 points in the 2019 Fight For It MMA Grand Prix. This moves Rockwood to 2-0 with 9 Grand Prix points, while Radford slips to 2-1.
Team ROC prospect Michael Kinsman is making a bold move, taking his debut kickboxing bout against the 5-6 Jeff Jimenez, out of TKO Fitness. Early in a fighter’s career, experience is quite often the single […]
At Fight For It X, the rising MMA pro Kasim Ruffin faces proven scrapper Brandon Grimmett under Combat Jiu-Jitsu rules
Adapting to a new challenge, Kaşım Ruffin, a 2-0 professional MMA fighter, takes on Brandon Grimmett, a 1-15 professional MMA fighter, in Combat Jiu-Jitsu, where open-handed strikes are permitted. Ruffin trains out of House of […]
Zach Thrift’s heavy pressure collides with Tenarious Dooley’s heavy counter-striking at Fight For It XII
Both Zach Thrift and Tenarious Dooley have proven their mettle at past Fight For It events. On Dec. 18, Thrift’s dogged forward pressure will have to contend with Dooley’s power punches and sharp counter-striking. At […]