in terms of developmental promotions, Legacy Fighting Alliance remains at the head of the table. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a coastline wave rider ready to put the LFA flyweight division on cruise control. A professional mixed martial artist since June 2017 and representing American Kickboxing Academy, Mark Climaco owns an undefeated 6-0 professional record comprised of three decisions, two knockouts, and one submission. He has finished three out of his six wins during his time in the professional MMA ranks, with two first-round finishes under his belt. Climaco is currently 2-0 under the banner of Legacy Fighting Alliance and has gone to the scorecards in both appearances. Climaco has gone to the scorecards three times during his pro career, winning via decision across the board all three times. He has also fought for several other promotions during his journey as a pro-MMA fighter including Bellator MMA.
In his MMA debut at Conquer Fighting Championships 4, he defeated Eugene Cancino via unanimous decision. Climaco defeated Daniel Oseguera via TKO in the first round in his lone outing with Bellator MMA at Bellator 199. He submitted Igor Sergio Gordo Siqueira in the second round via rear-naked choke. Climaco defeated Rafael Nunes via TKO in the first round at Ultimate Warrior Challenge Mexico 25 to earn his second knockout win as a professional.
Then in his promotional debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 101, he defeated Pololu Nakanelua via unanimous decision. Climaco defeated knockout artist Rodney Kealohi via unanimous decision in the co-main event of LFA 108. The victory earned Climaco the third decision win of his professional career. He also picked up back-to-back victories under the banner of Legacy Fighting Alliance in the process. At 23 years old with an unblemished record, Climaco is one battleship that has LFA gold set squarely in his sightline!