Across The Pond Profile: Legacy Fighting Alliance fighter Askar Askar

Across The Pond Profile: Legacy Fighting Alliance fighter Askar Askar

In the mixed martial arts world, a little sacrifice can lead to a whole lot of personal and professional success.Ā  in today’s episode ofĀ Across The Pond,Ā you will be introduced to a high-powered eagle of assault whose pinpoint methods of destruction has LFA searching for protective cover. A professional mixed martial artist since November 2015 and representing Factory X, Askar AskarĀ owns a 12-2 record through 14 professional bouts comprised of six decisions, five knockouts, and one submission. Askar has finished six out of his 12 wins during his time in the professional ranks thus far and is currently 3-1 under the banner of Legacy Fighting Alliance. Over the course of his career as a pro-MMA fighter so far, he has managed to make it onto the scorecards six times.

In his MMA debut at Hoosier Fight Club 26, he took onĀ Jake LambĀ and defeated him via TKO in the first round. Askar also defeated his next four opponents that included victories overĀ Sergio PavonĀ and Brandon Emmons.Ā He defeatedĀ James Blair via unanimous decision at Titan FC 45. At VFC 60 Askar defeatedĀ Jessie ParkerĀ via TKO in round one. Then in his promotional debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 50, he defeatedĀ Derrick MundellĀ via unanimous decision. Askar defeatedĀ Dennis DombrowĀ via unanimous decision in the main event of Hoosier Fight Club 37. He tapped outĀ Alberto Martinez JrĀ via rear-naked choke in the first round at Island Fights 60. Askar defeatedĀ Kevin WirthĀ via unanimous decision in the headliner of LFA 92.

For the main event of LFA 118, he defeated BrazilianĀ Leandro GomesĀ via a split decision. The victory earned Askar the sixth decision win of his professional career. He also picked up win number three under the Legacy Fighting Alliance banner in the process. Getting into a firefight against this battle tested solider is like entering a war zone with no hope of escape!

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