When fighters are at a crossroads in their journey through the ranks, they seek the sunshine out to cut straight through the grey area. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a shotgun general of the Carolinas loaded and locked in as he heads off into battle. A professional mixed artist since October 2016 and representing 36 Chambers Martial Arts, Adli Edwards owns an 8-1 record through nine bouts as a professional comprised of four decisions, two submissions, and two knockouts. Edwards has finished four out of his eight victories with four first-round finishes in his time as a pro-MMA fighter. He has fought for various promotions over the course of his pro journey including HR MMA and has made it onto the scorecards four times winning unanimously on all four instances.
In his MMA debut, he faced Ken Beverly and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision..Edwards defeated David Moore via TKO in the first round at Next Level Fight Club 7. He submitted his next two opponents in Trey Singleton and Benny Delgado. Then at Fight For it 4, Edwards defeated Mike Powell via unanimous decision. He defeated Brandon Marotte via unanimous decision at Combat Zone 70 Relentless. At Ultimate Battlegrounds 4 the return, Edwards defeated Jake Willyard via TKO in round one to pick up his second knockout win as a professional.
In the main event of HRMMA 116, he defeated submission specialist and Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series season three alumni Lance Lawrence via unanimous decision. The victory earned Edwards the fourth decision win of his professional career. This soldier is showing Carolina country why it remains vital to stand firm until the last shot is fired!
Adli’s unanimous decision victory over Lance Lawrence in the main event of HR MMA 116