in MMA, change and growth are two parts of the equation of being a soldier of success in the ranks of professional MMA. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a steed of sheeted ice ready to cause a winter whiteout at LFA 99 on February 12, from the Heartman Arena live on UFC Fight Pass. a professional mixed martial artist since April 2019 and representing Factory X under the steerage of head coach Marc Montoya, Cody Bundage owns a 5-1 record through six fights in the pro ranks comprised of three knockouts, one submission, and one decision. Bundage appeared on week five during the fourth season of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series in 2020 and has finished 80 percent of his victories during his time in the professional ranks with three first-round finishes. He has also fought for Lights Out Championship, a regional MMA promotion based in his home state of Michigan. Bundage has made it onto the scorecards a single time during his time in the professional ranks so far. All four Bundage’s finishes as a pro-MMA fighter have come within the first two rounds.
In his MMA debut at Lights Out Championship 3, he faced Jessie Walthers and went on to defeat him via TKO in the first round. Bundage knocked out Mike Johnson in round one. Then at Caged Thunder 9, he defeated Josh Krizan via TKO in the second round. Bundage defeated Erick Lozano via unanimous decision in the main event of Lights Out Championship 6. He defeated Lozano for the second time in the first round via arm-triangle choke at LOC 7.
for his promotional debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 99 on February 12, he will take on Joesph Kropschot in a duel at middleweight. LFA 99 will be headlined by a light heavyweight title clash between Myron Dennis and submission specialist Fabio Cherant. Good luck Cody!