CES MMA continues to be the blossoming flower for northeastern MMA thanks to the added power of UFC Fight Pass and all the shine that comes along with it with many of their stars having graced the DWTNCS stage. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a Connecticut charger whose bludgeoning fists have opponents nailed down into a darkened corner. A professional mixed martial artist since January 2020 and representing Fighting Arts Academy Connecticut alongside Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series alumnus Nick Newell and Justin Sumter, Eddy George holds an unbeaten 2-0 record as a professional with both of his wins as a pro-MMA fighter coming via knockout, George has spent his entire tenure as a professional mixed martial artist with CES MMA thus far with two first-round finishes. He has yet to make it out of the opening round during his pro career and is currently 2-0 under the banner of CES MMA with both appearances resulting in a one round and done finish in the span of five minutes or less.
In his promotional and professional debut at CES MMA 60, he faced Raymond Yanez and went on to defeat him via TKO in the first round to notch win number one with CES MMA, For his second foray with CES MMA at CES MMA 61, George defeated the debuting Frank Mazepa via TKO in round one. The victory earned George the second knockout win of his professional career. He also picked up back to back victories with CES MMA in the process. With each of his professional victories not having a full five minutes, George possesses the power of a supercharged steamroller that crushes and shreds any and everything that obstructs the way when it comes to being the alpha hound in all of Northeastern MMA!