Many alumni from The Ultimate Fighter will often reappear in promotions that the average or casual fan of Mixed Martial Arts will know nothing about. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a raging ram of midwestern MMA looking to buck off his opponent in the main event of Warrior Wednesday 9 on November 27 from the Crystal Gardens in Southgate, Michigan that will be shown live on UFC Fight Pass. A professional since July 2014 and representing War Room MMA and Kickboxing, Thai Clark owns an undefeated 8-0 record comprised of six decisions, one submission and one knockout. Clark has competed with various promotions in his tenure as a professional including Legacy Fighting Alliance and Bellator MMA and also appeared on The Ultimate Fighter season 27 as a member of Team DC in 2018.
In his MMA debut at Blackout Fighting Championship 24, he faced Aaron Roberson and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision. Clark also defeated Brandon Evans via TKO in the first round at Strike King Combat Valentine’s Day Massacre. Then at XFL Rage on the River 7, he faced Rodney Allison and defeated him via unanimous decision. At Evolution Fighting Championship 1 The Local Talent Clark defeated Christian Camp via split decision He also defeated Hunter Tucker at Evolution Fighting Championship 2 The Evolution Continues. In his only appearance with Bellator MMA at Bellator 150, he faced Deron Carlis and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision. Clark submitted Jesus Adame via armbar in the first round at Evolution Fighting Championship 4 to pick up his first and only submission win as a professional thus far. In 2018 he was selected to be a part of The Ultimate Fighter season 27 cast at 155 pounds and was the seventh selection of team DC. Clark defeated Josh Augustine via unanimous decision in his lone outing with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 76 to earn the sixth decision victory of his professional career.
In the headliner of Warrior Wednesday 9 on November 27, he will face DWTNCS season two alumni Austin Tweedy for the WXC Lightweight title. Good luck Thai!