Relocation and leaving the only home you have ever known can pay off in the end for those who are willing to put in the work. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a bronco buster of the windswept plains whose swift hoofbeats of thunder have left opponents shellshocked in utter terror. A professional mixed martial artist since April 2016 and representing American Kickboxing Academy, Kyle Driscoll owns a 12-3 record through 15 professional bouts comprised of six decisions, five knockouts, and one submission. Driscoll appeared on week seven during the fourth season of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series in 2020. He has also fought for various promotions during his time in the professional ranks including Legacy Fighting Alliance and has finished six out of his 12 victories during his career as a pro-MMA fighter thus far.
At Xtreme Fight Night, he faced Thomas Roberts and went on to defeat him via TKO in the first round. Driscoll also defeated his next two foes in Teddy Potts and Josh McCracken. Then at Legacy FC 63, he defeated William Walker via unanimous decision. Driscoll defeated Jose Martinez via unanimous decision in his promotional debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 9. At LFA 27, he defeated Ken Coulter via unanimous decision. Driscoll defeated his next three opponents that included wins over Ramon Barber and Aaron Roberson. He defeated Rodney Allison via TKO in the first round at XFL 357. Driscoll defeated Rey Trujillo via unanimous decision at Combate Dallas.
In the opening bout of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series week seven of season four, he defeated CES MMA veteran Denis Paiva via unanimous decision. The victory earned Driscoll the sixth decision win of his professional career. At 12-3 with lightning-quick instincts and quick on the draw, Driscoll is a sharpshooter who comes fully loaded when the cage door locks shut!