The story of the underdog is one every MMA fan can appreciate regardless of how they first came across the sport. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a yellow jacket of the south whose venomous stinger has the opposition down for the count. A professional mixed martial artist since March 2018 and representing American Top Team Lima, Tresean Gore holds an unbeaten 3-0 professional record comprised of one knockout, one submission, and one decision. Gore appeared on The Ultimate Fighter season 29 as a member of Team Ortega in 2021 and has finished two out of his three victories over the course of his journey thus far as a pro-MMA fighter, with two first-round finishes under his belt. He has also competed for the National Fighting Championship and Alabama Fighting Championship, regional MMA promotions that are based in the Southern region of the United States. Gore has gone to the scorecards once during his time in the professional ranks. Both of Gore’s finishes during his pro career have come inside the distance in the space of a single round.
In his MMA debut at National Fighting Championship 105, he faced Prince Ellerbe and went on to defeat him via split decision. Gore defeated LJ Jones via TKO in the first round at National Fighting Championship 108. Then at AFC 5, he tapped out Christian Echols in the first round via rear-naked choke. In 2021, Gore was chosen to be a part of The Ultimate Fighter season 29 cast at middleweight and was the fourth pick of team Ortega. He defeated Rider Newman via a unanimous decision to advance to the semi-finals. Gore defeated Gilbert Urbina in the second round to advance to the finale but had to withdraw due to a knee injury. Gore is one bulldog whose animal instincts are on full display once the cage door becomes locked shut!