There have been several Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series alums that have carried over their success to Legacy Fighting Alliance.
In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a rocky mountain mountaineer looking to bring his own personal brand of funk to the Legacy Fighting Alliance welterweight ranks.
A professional since February 2016 and representing Team Wildman Vale Tudo, Anthony Adams owns an 8-1 record in nine career bouts as a professional comprised of seven decisions and one knockout.
Prior to making his debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance in 2019, Adams fought for Sparta Combat League.
He also appeared on week five of season two of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series in 2018.
Adams is currently 1-0 under the LFA banner.
In his MMA debut at SCL 48 Rivalry, he defeated Eric Coxbill via split decision.
Adams also defeated his next two opponents in Lorawnt T Nelson and Artak Petrosyan.
Then at SCL 60, he defeated Ian Stonehouse via unanimous decision. Adams also defeated Steve Hanna via unanimous decision at SCL 62 Unbroken.
In the main event of SCL 66, he defeated Tilek Mashrapov via split decision.
For his final appearance with Sparta Combat League at SCL Army versus Marines 9, Adams defeated Flavio Rodrigo Magon via unanimous decision.
The victory also earned him his seventh decision win as a professional.
In his debut outing with Legacy Fighting Alliance, he faced Josh Cavan in the co-main event of LFA 57 and defeated him via TKO in the first round to earn his first win under the LFA banner.
Adams also secured his first knockout victory as a professional in the process.
With numerous Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series alums already in the UFC, expect Adams to be one of the latest ones to earn a life-changing opportunity at some point in 2019!