East coast MMA has undergone a rebirth in recent years with some fresh-faced killers leading the charge like Miranda Granger and Shawn Teed. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a jersey hornet whose finishing power packs some serious sting. A professional since September 2013 and representing Killer B Combat Sports Academy, Stephen Regman owns a 9-4 record in 13 career bouts as a professional comprised of seven knockouts, one submission and one decision. Regman appeared on week four of season three of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series in 2019 and has finished eight of his nine wins, He has also competed with various MMA promotions on the east coast including Cage Fury Fighting Championships and Ring Of Combat.
At Ring Of Combat 47, Regman faced Johnathan Hughes and defeated him via TKO in the first round. He also defeated Alfred Alo via TKO in round one in his debut appearance with Cage Fury Fighting Championships at CFFC 38. Then at CFFC 41, Regman knocked out Alan Stephenson in the first round. He also defeated Shelby Graham via unanimous decision at CFFC 44, Regman submitted Jordan Stiner in the third round at CFFC 50. For his next outing with Cage Fury Fighting Championships at CFFFC 63, he faced Dave Marfone and defeated him via TKO in round three. At Ring Of Combat 60, Regman knocked out Anthony Giacchina in the first round. He also knocked out Kenny Gaudreau in the third round at Shogun Fights 19.
In his first and only appearance with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 49 that marked the promotion’s first trip to the state of New Jersey, Regman faced Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series season two alumni Will Santiago Jr and knocked him out in the first round to earn his first win under the LFA banner. The win also earned Regman the seventh knockout victory of his professional career. Keep your guard up when battling this jersey hornet or you just might end up getting stung!