Across The Pond Profile: UFC fighter Natan Levy

Across The Pond Profile: UFC fighter Natan Levy

Legacy Fighting Alliance and Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series have become forever locked in the arms of success since the inception of the show in 2017. In today’s episode ofĀ Across The Pond,Ā you will meet a python of the scorching sun whose high-rolling ground assault has led to the UFC penthouse. A professional mixed martial artist since March 2018 and representing Syndicate MMA, Natan LevyĀ owns an undefeated 6-0 professional record comprised of three submissions and three decisions. Levy secured his contract from the UFC on week nine during the fourth season of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series in 2020. He has also fought for Legacy Fighting Alliance and has finished three out of his six victories during his career thus far as a pro-MMA fighter. All three of Levy’s finishes during his time in the professional MMA ranks have come within three rounds, with two first-round finishes under his belt. He has gone to the scorecards three times over the course of his career as a professional mixed martial artist.

In his MMA debut at LFA 36, he took onĀ Marcus SimsĀ and submitted him via armbar in the first round. Levy also tapped outĀ Cameron UnderhillĀ in round one at LFA 45. Then at LFA 58, he defeatedĀ Henry BarahonaĀ via unanimous decision. Levy defeatedĀ Nicolas Badis via unanimous decision at LFA 69. At LFA 88, he defeatedĀ Ben LugoĀ via majority decision to pick up his third decision win as a professional.

In the co-main event of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series week nine of season four, he submittedĀ Shaheen SantanaĀ in the third round via arm-triangle choke. The win earned Levy the third submission victory of his professional career. He also picked up a contract from the UFC in the process. With an undefeated record and dangerous submission skills, Levy is one high roller that opponents should never bet against unless they know when to cut their losses and fold!

 

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