In only his second fight, Zaire Stukes showed a strong degree of composure, that found openings for his sharp boxing against the debuting fighter Charley Costner. While Costner landed shots in the pocket, gripped heavy clinches and chipped away at low-kicks at range, Stukes found a home for heavy body shots and uppercuts as Costner ducked his head. In the end, it was Stuke’s heavy punches that earned the judges’ favor and moved the rising prospect to 2-0, while Costner walked away from his debut with an 0-1 record.
In what was a back and forth affair, Domo Brewer ends up getting the nod in a close split-decision victory versus Dalton Atha in the Main Event of Fight for It 6. Brewer moves to […]
In this match-up we’ll see two of North Carolina’s best Amateur MMA grapplers square off for a title as Collin Godbout and Micah Harnden enter the Fight For It Cage at FFIVII. Micah Harnden training […]
Kaleb Tidwell made quite the impression in his official kickboxing debut against Chris Gonzales. Gonzales looked strong for the start, landing heavy leg kicks in the first seconds of the bout, and showing improved, disciplined […]