Jackson-Wink MMA is the home of many future stars of tomorrow in Southwestern MMA. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet two Southwest slayers setting the scene ablaze with their fiery arsenals.
Phil Hawes – A professional since February 2014 and representing Jackson-Wink MMA, Phil Hawes owns a 4-2 record in six career bouts consisting of three knockouts and one submission. Hawes has competed for World Series of Fighting and is also an alumni of season one of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series. He has also competed for Legacy Fighting Championship and Global Knockout. In his MMA debut at Legacy Fighting Championship 28, Hawes defeated Brian Cheatham via TKO in the second round. He also defeated Anthony Pinckard via TKO in round two at Global Knockout The Return. Then at Global Knockout 2, Hawes submitted Brandon Collins via armbar in the first round. In his World Series of Fighting debut at WSOF 31 he defeated Joshua Key via TKO in the first round. Despite only being six fights into his professional MMA journey, Hawes has shown that he has all the potential in the world to become a serious threat in Southwestern MMA!
Jordan Wright – A professional since November 2014 and representing Jackson-Wink MMA, Jordan Wright owns a perfect 9-0 record consisting of five submissions and four knockouts. Wright has competed for Legacy Fighting Alliance and various MMA promotions across the state of California. He has also competed for Alaska Fighting Championship. All nine of Wright’s professional victories have resulted in a finish. In his MMA debut, he submitted John Lee in the first round via rear naked choke. Wright also tapped out Ramon Dawson via rear naked choke in round one. He defeated his next opponents via TKO in Toby O’ Neil and Andrew Wright. Then, Wright defeated Edward Darby via TKO in the first round. He also defeated Julian Hernandez via TKO in round one. In his Alaska Fighting Championship debut at AFC 128 he submitted John Stern in the first round via arm triangle choke. Wright tapped out Stern again in round one via rear naked choke at AFC 131. In his Legacy Fighting Alliance debut at LFA 30, he submitted Craig Wilkerson in the first round via rear naked choke to extend his unbeaten streak to nine to begin his professional career. This Southwestern ninja is certainly slicing and dicing the competition!