The world of mixed martial arts is one mammoth international melting pot with unique national degrees of spice. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a lionlike knight of determined fire ready to slay the dragon in the co-main event of FCC 28 on March 5. A professional mixed artist since February 2018 and representing AVT Leeds, Tom Crosby owns a 8-2-1 record through 10 professional bouts comprised of three knockouts, three submissions, two decisions and a draw. Crosby has fought for numerous promotions over the course of his journey as a pro-MMA fighter thus far including Caged Steel. He has gone on to earn a finish in six out of his eight victories during his time in the professional ranks so far. Crosby has gone to the scorecards twice during his pro career, sweeping the scorecards clean across the board in both instances. The six finishes during Crosby’s career as a professional mixed martial artist have inside the distance.
In his MMA debut, he faced Will Cairns and went on to defeat him via TKO in the first round. Crosby also defeated his next three opponents that included wins over Steve Webster and Paul Bodnar. Then at RFL 5 Gods Of War, he submitted Ashley Gipson in the first round via rear-naked choke. Crosby defeated Jamie Powers via TKO in the first round at Caged Steel 24. He defeated Shawn Lomas for the second time via unanimous decision at Caged Steel 26. At Caged Steel 27, Crosby submitted Changy Khan via kimura in round one. The victory earned Crosby the third submission win of his professional career.
In the co-main event of FCC 28 on March 5, he will take on Dez Parker for the FCC welterweight title. Good luck Tom!
Tom’s first-round TKO victory over Jamie Powers at Caged Steel 24