If a fighter has any hope of making a name for themselves in the professional ranks, they must maintain focus at all times even when the hand they are dealt is anything but perfect. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a Beale Street steam engine ready to chug ahead at maximum power as he embarks on the second phase of his MMA journey as he rocks around the clock. A professional mixed martial artist since September 2019 and representing Memphis Judo and Jiu-Jitsu, Tee Cummins holds a 5-2 record through seven professional bouts, with all five of his wins coming via knockout. Cummins has fought for several promotions over the course of his career as a pro-MMA fighter including Legacy Fighting Alliance. 100 percent of his finishes during his pro career have come inside the distance. He is currently 1-0 under the B2 Fighting Series banner, with one finish under his belt for the promotion, with a time of two minutes and 10 seconds,
In his MMA debut at Altitude MMA fights 19, he faced Jay Cee Wilson and went on to knock him out in the first round. Cummins defeated Herbert Morgan via TKO in round one at Bang Fighting Championship 19. Then in his promotional debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance in the main event of LFA 101, he defeated Anthony Kalani via TKO in the third round. Cummins defeated Eric Olson via TKO in round one at Valor Fighting Challenge 82.
In the co-main event of B2 Fighting Series 163, he knocked out Chris Warf in the first round. The victory earned Cummins the fifth knockout win of his professional career. He also picked up win number one under the B2 Fighting Series banner in the process. Possessing powerful hands and a five-for-five finishing rate, this Southern engine knows how to make the pistons pump!