CES MMA is the home to many of the top products in Northeastern MMA. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet two punishing prospects who have hit CES MMA like a northeastern gale.
A professional since February 2018 and representing USMMA, Hilarie Rose holds a 2-1 record in three career bouts as a professional comprised of one submission and one knockout. Both of Rose’s victories as a professional have come under the CES MMA banner. She has earned a finish in each of her wins as a professional. In her second appearance with CES MMA at CES MMA 50, Rose submitted Brazil’s Thais Souza via guillotine choke in the second round. Then at CES MMA 51 she defeated Ivana Coleman via TKO in round two to secure back to back victories with CES MMA. As she gains more professional experience, the strawweights of the northeast should brace themselves for stormy skies on the horizon!
A Professional since August 2016 and representing Professional Martial Arts Academy and Start BJJ NH, Dylan Lockard owns a 5-1 record in six career bouts as a professional comprised of two knockouts, two decisions and one submission. Lockard has spent the majority of his professional career with CES MMA. In his MMA debut at CES MMA 37, he defeated Mak Kelleher via unanimous decision. At CES MMA 40 Lockard submitted Russell Campbell iii via rear naked choke in the first round. Then at Combat Zone 62 Legendary, he defeated Brandon Odom via TKO in round one. At CES MMA 51 Lockard defeated Brandon Seyler via unanimous decision. In his next appearance with CES MMA at CES MMA 53, he defeated Anthony Wright via TKO in the second round. The win also earned Lockard his second knockout victory as a professional. At 5-1 and having a keen sense of his Mixed Martial Arts background the forecast calls for smooth sailing ahead for this bantamweight barnstormer!