Across The Pond Profile: Mitch Raposo

As with every season of The Ultimate Fighter nonstop action remains at the forefront. in today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a viper of sheer ice whose youthful energy has the opposition frozen where they stand. A professional mixed martial artist since April 2019 and representing Regiment Training Center, Mitch Raposo owns an undefeated 5-0 professional record comprised of two submissions, one knockout, and two decisions. Raposo has fought for several promotions during his career as a pro-MMA fighter including Cage Titans and CES MMA and has finished three out of his five victories during his tenure in the professional MMA ranks thus far, with three first-round finishes under his belt. He is a member of The Ultimate Fighter season 29 as a part of team Alex. He has gone to the scorecards twice during his time as a professional mixed martial artist, sweeping them across the board both times over a three-round 15 minute period. The majority of Raposo’s wins during his pro career have come within the opening round.

In his professional MMA debut at Cage Titans 43, he submitted Rob Fuller via arm-triangle choke in the first round. Raposo also tapped out Raymond Yanez in the first round via rear-naked choke at Cage Titans 45. Then at Cage Titans 46, he defeated Zachary Burhans via TKO in the first round. Raposo defeated Ronie Arana Leon via unanimous decision at Cage Titans 47. At CES MMA 61, he defeated Matt Almy via unanimous decision. The victory earned Raposo the second decision win of his professional career.

In 2021, Raposo was chosen to be a part of The Ultimate Fighter season 29 cast at 135 pounds. He was picked to be the number one bantamweight selection for team Alex in the opening episode of the season. At just 22 years of age and all the momentum in the world, this snake of the snow possesses some bone-chilling bite!

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