Mixed Martial Arts is a complex recipe with a unique blend of styles and disciplines. In today’s of Across The Pond, you will meet a midwestern Viking whose unorthodox submission toolbox has proven to be a sweet recipe of victory for Midwestern MMA. A professional since August 2009 and representing Warrior’s Cove, Ben Nuemann owns a 13-6 record in 19 career bouts as a professional comprised of 10 submissions, two knockouts and one decision. Prior to making his debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance in 2017, Nuemann competed with Resurrection Fighting Alliance.
In his MMA debut, he defeated Faustino Moreno via TKO in the first round. Nuemann submitted his next three opponents that included victories over Dustin Smith and Jamie Bowar. Then at Driller Promotions SEG Lockout, he tapped out Ben Miller in the first round via armbar. Nuemann also submitted his next two opponents in Matt Rider and Jeremy Castro. At Driller Promotions Caged Chaos at Canterbury Park 6, he defeated Jeremiah Deever. In his debut outing with Resurrection Fighting Alliance at RFA 24, Nuemann defeated Isaiah Pitts via TKO in the first round. He submitted Isreal Lozano via armbar in the second round at RFA 40. For his final appearance with RFA at RFA 45 Nuemann tapped out Jordon Larson via brabo choke in round two.
In his debut outing with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 2, he submitted Damien Hill in the third round via rear naked choke. The victory also earned Nuemann his 10th submission win as a professional. For his third outing with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 41, he defeated Bobby Cooper via unanimous decision to secure his second victory under the Legacy Fighting Alliance banner. With a unique submission attack that has helped him earn 10 submissions in his 13 professional wins, Nuemann definitely knows how to bake up a recipe that tastes of sweet victory!
Ben’s 3rd round submission victory at LFA 2