As in all sports, brotherhood is the seed that will eventually grow into a towering tree. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet an overpowering oak blossoming into one of LFA’S top young bucks at middleweight. A professional mixed martial artist since January 2019 and representing Duke City MMA, Jalin Fuller owns an unbeaten 4-0 professional record comprised of two knockouts, one submission, and one decision. Fuller has spent the majority of his tenure as a pro-MMA fighter with Legacy Fighting Alliance and has finished three out of his four victories in his time thus far as a professional mixed martial artist with just one first-round finish. He has made it onto the scorecards once in his pro career with that victory going the distance over three rounds. Fuller is currently 3-0 under the banner of Legacy Fighting Alliance with two finishes under his belt. The majority of his finishes as a pro have varied throughout his career with one round two finish and the other coming in round three.
. In his MMA and promotional debut at LFA 58, he faced Andrew Lipp and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision. Fuller knocked out Kemoy Anderson in the third round at Jackson’s MMA Series 29. Then in his second appearance with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 80, he knocked out Gabe Rodriguez in the first round to pick up his second knockout win as a professional.
For his third outing under the LFA banner at LFA 94, Fuller tapped out Miles Amos in the third round via front choke. The victory earned Fuller the first submission win of his professional career. He also picked up win number three under the banner of Legacy Fighting Alliance in the process. At 4-0 with a 75 percent finish rate, a class is in session and harsh lessons are in store for those that fail to measure up to expectations!