There are many prospects in the Eastern United States that are known for their fearless approach to fighting. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet two Eastern wolves ready to feast on their competition.
Mike Trizano – A professional since March 2016 and representing Team Tiger Schulmann alongside UFC fighters Julio Arce and Shane Burgos, Mike Trizano owns a 6-0 record consisting of two submissions, two knockouts and two decisions. Trizano is a Ring of Combat veteran and has also competed for Bellator MMA. In his MMA debut at Ring of Combat 54, he defeated James Gonzalez via unanimous decision. Then Trizano submitted Raul Gonzales via rear naked choke in the first round at Ring of Combat 56. He knocked out Tim Kunkel in the first round at Maverick MMA 1. At Ring of Combat 59, Trizano defeated Eddie Lenocki via TKO in the second round. In his final appearance with Ring of Combat at Ring of Combat 60 he defeated James Gonzalez via unanimous decision. In his Bellator MMA debut at Bellator 186, Trizano submitted Mike Otwell in the second round via anaconda choke to extend his unbeaten streak to six to begin his professional career. In 2018 it was announced that Trizano was chosen to be a contestant on the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter Undefeated which is set to premiere on Fox Sports 1 on April 18. One thing is for sure, ”The Lone Wolf” is a stone-cold assassin who makes his intentions clear every time he enters the cage!
Sean Brady –A professional since August 2014 and representing Renzo Gracie Philly, Semper Fi MMA No Limit Gym and Rami Elite, Sean Brady owns an unbeaten 8-0 record consisting of four decisions, two knockouts and two submissions. Brady is the current CFFC welterweight champion. In his MMA debut at CFFC 38, he defeated Paul Almquist via TKO in the first round. Brady defeated Jake Gombocz via unanimous decision at CFFC 48. At CFFC 53, he defeated Aaron Jeffery via unanimous decision. Brady also defeated Rocky Edwards via unanimous decision at CFFC 56. At CFFC 60, he knocked out Chauncey Foxworth in the first round. In his next CFFC appearance at CFFC 65 Brady submitted Tanner Saraceno in the first round via guillotine choke to capture the CFFC welterweight title. At CFFC 68, he submitted Mike Jones in the second round via rear naked choke. In the main event of Shogun Fights Florida, Brady faced The Ultimate Fighter season 16 winner Colton Smith and defeated him via unanimous decision to extend his unbeaten streak to eight to begin his professional career. This Pennsylvania pounder certainly has the city of brotherly love beaming with pride!