Fortune often smiles down on the fearless and bold MMA fighters who stand like a stone wall ready to take on anything, In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet an archer of lightning whose well-timed arrows are sending waves of jolting shock across coastal lines as he prepares for his inaugural flyweight title defence in the headliner of CFFC 92 on March 11 from the 2300 Arena from the city of brotherly love as CFFC kicks off their 2021 campaign on UFC Fight Pass. A professional mixed martial artist since September 2017 and representing Alliance MMA, Alberto Trujillo owns a 5-1 record through six professional bouts comprised of two submissions, two decisions, and one knockout. Trujillo has fought for several promotions over the course of his journey as a pro-MMA fighter including Combate Americas and CFFC and has finished three out of his five victories during his time in the professional MMA ranks. Trujillo is the current Cage Fury Fighting Championships flyweight champion. He has made it onto the scorecards twice during his pro career thus far, winning via decision across the board both times.
In his MMA debut at California Cage Wars, he tapped out Alfredo Perez in the first round via a rear-naked choke. Trujillo defeated Heber Castillo via a unanimous decision. Then at KOTC Full Speed, he submitted Hector Valenzuela via rear-naked choke in the second round to earn his second submission win as a professional. Trujillo defeated Edgar Chairez via a unanimous decision at Combate Americas.
In the main event of CFFC 87, he defeated Santo Curatolo via TKO in the second round. The victory earned Trujillo the first knockout win of his professional career. He also scored the CFFC flyweight title in the process. At CFFC 92 on March 11, he will face Phumi Nkuta in his first CFFC flyweight title defence. Good luck Alberto!