It is no secret that Legacy Fighting Alliance has become a launching pad for fighters hoping to change their fortunes with a call to the UFC.
In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a thundering avalanche looking to use his complete skill set and leave the LFA lightweight division snowed in.
A professional since August 2015 and representing Elevation Fight Team, Austin Hubbard owns a 10-2 record in 12 career bouts as a professional comprised of four decisions, three submissions and three knockouts.
Hubbard is the current Legacy Fighting Alliance lightweight champion. In his MMA debut at Caged Aggression Road to Sturgis 2, he submitted Deven Fisher via guillotine choke in the first round.
Hubbard defeated his next three opponents that included victories over Jake Constant and Demian Papagni.
Then at Caged Aggression 18 Next Level, he defeated Cliff Wright via unanimous decision.
Hubbard also defeated Kristian Nieto via unanimous decision at SCL 59 Rampage. At Hoosier Fight Club 34, he tapped out Cameron VanCamp in the third round via rear naked choke.
Hubbard defeated Charlie Radtke via unanimous decision at Caged Aggression 21 The Champions Day 2.
In his debut appearance with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 39, he defeated Harvey Park via unanimous decision.
The victory also earned Hubbard his fourth decision win as a professional.
For the headlining event of LFA 56, he defeated Brazil’s Killys Mota via TKO in the fifth round to become the Legacy Fighting Alliance lightweight champion and also extended his winning streak to three in the process.
With several Legacy Fighting Alliance champions already have earned their ticket to the UFC through the route of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series, Hubbard’s all around set of skills and the tenacious motor would without a second thought make him an ideal suitor for season three of the UFC‘s summer smash hit when it premieres!