Distancing yourself from the rest of the pack often leads to standout performances that end up on LFA’S prospect wall. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a serpent of fire ready to sink his flaming fangs into the back of LFA lightweights. A professional mixed martial artist since October 2017 and representing Syndicate MMA under the steerage of head coach John Wood, Jordan Leavitt owns an undefeated 6-0 professional record comprised of four submissions and two decisions. Leavitt has finished four of his six victories in his tenure thus far as a pro-MMA fighter and is currently 1-0 under the banner of Legacy Fighting Alliance. Out of Leavitt’s six wins as a pro, he has made it on to the scorecards twice in his career. Leavitt has also fought for numerous regional promotions in his home state of Nevada including Tuff N’ Nuff and Final Fighting Championship.
In his MMA debut at Gladiator Challenge Fight Club, he submitted Tony Martinez in the second round. Leavitt defeated Lucas Neufeld at Tuff N’ Nuff Fight Night via unanimous decision. Then at Final Fighting Championship 36, he faced Roy Ostrander and went on to tap him out in the first round via arm-triangle choke. At Gladiator Challenge Holiday Beatings Leavitt submitted John Walker via heel hook in round one. He defeated Isaiah William via unanimous decision at BCM Promotions Fight Night 8 to pick up his second decision win as a professional.
In his debut promotional appearance with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 85, he submitted Levion Lewis via anaconda choke in the second round. The win earned Leavitt the fourth submission victory of his professional career along with win number one under the banner of Legacy Fighting Alliance. At 6-0 with plenty of tricky submissions in his bag, Leavitt is schooling opponents with plenty of separation from the herd!