Across The Pond Profile: Bellator MMA fighter Lucas Brennan

Family ties often stoke the flames of competition. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a charging steer of steel looking to make the faithful leap from prospect to a contender as his tools continue to sharpen in Bellator MMA. A professional mixed martial artist since July 2019 and representing Next Generation MMA Frisco under the watchful eye of head coach Chris Brennan, Lucas Brennan owns an undefeated 5-0 professional record comprised of three submissions, one knockout, and one decision. Brennan has spent his entire tenure as a pro-MMA fighter with Bellator MMA thus far, with four finishes in five appearances with the promotion. Brennan is currently 5-0 under the banner of Bellator MMA, with three first-round finishes under his belt. He has gone to the scorecards once during his pro career, sweeping the scorecards across the board in that instance.

In his professional MMA debut and promotional debut with Bellator MMA at Bellator 224, he faced Thomas Lopez and went on to submit him via rear-naked choke in the first round. Brennan also tapped out Jacob Landin in round one via forearm choke at Bellator 233. Then in his third outing with Bellator MMA at Bellator 244, he defeated Will Smith via TKO in the second round. Brennan defeated Andrew Salas via unanimous decision at Bellator 252 to earn his first and only decision win as a professional so far.

At Bellator 260, he submitted Matt Skicki in the first round via anaconda choke. The victory earned Brennan the third submission win of his professional career. He also picked up his fifth victory in a row under the banner of Bellator MMA in the process. Undefeated with a finishing rate of 80 percent, Brennan is a prospect whose youthful force remains strong from first to the final bell despite his baby-faced looks and lone star charm!

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