After very narrowly escaping a slick series of submission attacks from his more experienced opponent Kevin Peraza (1-1), the debuting Austin Tucker fought his way to mount where he would dominate the remainder of the fight. Raining blows from the mount and threatening the choke from the back mount, Tucker kept Peraza pinned to the mat, constantly on the defensive. With the judges’ decision going in his favor, Tucker earns his first win in the cage and 3 points toward the 2019 Fight For It MMA Grand Prix. Peraza slips to 1-2.
Tenarious Dooley looks to test his striking power against grappler Brandon Boulden at Fight For It XIII
This is your style fight of the night. It’s the classic Striker vs. Grappler match-up, which even after decades of MMA evolution, is still a hotly contested battle. In the case of Tenarious Dooley vs. […]
After their action-packed Fight For It VI title bout ended in a draw, both Jordan Fox and Cliff Gunderson were hungry for the championship strap. And then they clashed at Fight For It VIII, it […]