If a fighter happens to earn a golden strap in Legacy Fighting Alliance, the chances of getting a call up to the big leagues dramatically increase. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a leopard of freezing ice hoping to showcase her brand of Canadian chill in the main event of LFA 120 on December 10 to close out the promotion’s 2021 slate. A professional mixed martial artist since March 2018 and representing The Sound Brazilan-Jiu Jitsu Muay Thai and MMA, Jamey-Lyn Horth owns an unbeaten 4-0 professional record comprised of three knockouts and one submission. Horth has finished all four of her victories during her time in the professional ranks and has yet to reach the scorecards at any point over the course of her career as a pro-MMA fighter so far. She has fought for several promotions in her home nation of Canada including Battlefield Fight League and TKO MMA. During her time as a professional mixed martial artist thus far, Horth has two second-round finishes under her belt to go along with two third-round finishes. 100 percent of her wins during her pro career have come inside the distance between the second and third rounds.
In her MMA debut at Battlefield Fight League 54, she faced Coralie Dixon and went on to defeat her via TKO in the second round, Horth also defeated Christina Ricker via TKO in round two at BFL 57 Incursion. Then at TKO MMA 48, she tapped out Corinne Laframboise via rear-naked choke in the third round to earn her first submission win as a professional. Horth knocked out Jade Masson-Wong in round three at BFL 65. The victory earned Horth the third knockout win of her professional career.
In the headliner of LFA 120 on December 10, she will face off against Brazil’s Mayra Cantuaria 9-3 for the LFA women’s flyweight title. Good luck Jamey Lyn!