Remaining unbeaten is the ultimate pressure cooker in the MMA world. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a lone star serpent ready to unleash his deadly fangs at LFA 101 on March 12 in the promotion’s trifecta in the sooner state from the Grand Hotel Casino and Resort on UFC Fight Pass as the promotion hits the road once more as LFA continues the trek down normalcy’s road. A professional mixed martial artist since August 2019 and representing 4 Oz Fight Club, Alden Coria owns an undefeated 3-0 professional record comprised of two submissions and one decision. Coria fought for Fury Fighting Championship prior to debuting with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 90 in September 2020 and has finished two out of his three victories in his journey thus far as a pro-MMA fighter with two first-round finishes. He is currently 1-0 under the LFA banner with one finish under his belt. Coria has only made it onto the scorecards a single time during his pro career. The majority of his victories during his time in the professional ranks have come before the close of the opening round in the span of fewer than five minutes.
In his MMA debut at Fury Fighting Championship 35, he faced Brandon Pate and went on to submit him via von-flue choke in the first round. Coria defeated Eric Kendricks via unanimous decision at Fury Fighting Championship 37 to earn his first decision win as a professional. Then in his promotional debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 90 during LFA’S stint in the Rushmore bubble, Coria tapped out Calvin Harbaugh in the first round via rear-naked choke. The victory earned Coria the second submission win of his professional career along with victory number one under the LFA banner.
At LFA 101 on March 12, he will face Rashaad Robinson in a flyweight affair. Good luck Alden!