When an up and comer squares off against a hot prospect, you should never count them out. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a hawk of all seasons whose ground game has foes gripped by fear. A professional mixed martial artist since July 2016 and representing Team Link Hooksett, Nick Alley holds a 7-3 record in 10 professional bouts comprised of five submissions, one knockout, and one decision. Alley has fought for various promotions in the Northeastern United States including CES MMA and has finished six of his seven victories in his career thus far as a pro-MMA fighter with four first-round finishes. He has gone to the scorecards once in his pro career with that win going all three rounds over a 15 minute period.
In his MMA debut at Premier Fighting Championship 20, he took on Jerome Mickle and submitted him via arm-triangle choke in the second round. Alley tapped out Billy Leishner in the first round via triangle choke. He defeated Addison O’ Neil in round two at Premier FC 22. Then at Combat Zone 67 revival, he submitted Jesus Cintron via triangle choke in round one. At Combat Zone 69 Armageddon Alley tapped out Jay Ellis via rear-naked choke in the first round. He submitted Stephen Stengel via arm-triangle choke in round one at Premier FC 30 to pick up his fifth submission victory as a professional.
In the main event of CES MMA 61, he faced new york knockout artist John Gotti iii and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision. The victory earned Alley the first decision win of his professional career. He also picked up win number one under the banner of CES MMA in the process. With all but one of his wins making it to the judges with six finishes out of seven Alley’s talons of steel have all of the northeast locked in a never-ending circle of pain!