Across The Pond Profile: Legacy Fighting Alliance fighter Jean-Paul Lebosnoyani

Across The Pond Profile: Legacy Fighting Alliance fighter Jean-Paul Lebosnoyani

The state that is home to glitz and glamour also contains a vibrant heritage in the MMA world. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a protector of the sunny shoreline ready to hunt down unsuspecting prey to the ends of the earth with a quaking roar as one of the promotion’s lightweight lions of youth. A professional mixed martial artist since November 2018 and representing CMMA, Jean-Paul Lebosnoyani owns a 5-1 record through six contests comprised of four submissions and one knockout. Lebosnoyani has spent the majority of his career as a pro-MMA fighter with Legacy Fighting Alliance. He is 4-0 under the LFA banner, with four finishes under his belt for the promotion. All five of his finishes during his time in the professional ranks have come inside of two rounds. Lebosnoyani has yet to reach the scorecards at any point during his pro career, with a finishing rate of 100 percent and has four first-round finishes and a single second-round finish to show for it.

In his professional MMA debut and promotional debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 54, he took on Eugene Cacho and submitted him in the second round via triangle choke. Lebosnoyani defeated Skyler Hicks via TKO in round one at LFA 69. Then in his third appearance with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 105, he tapped out Richardson Santos in the first round. Lebosnoyani submitted Devin Brock via triangle choke in round one at Lights Out Xtreme Fighting 6.

For his fourth outing with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 137, he tapped out Caleb Hall in the first round.  The win earned Lebosnoyani the fourth submission victory of his professional career. He also picked up victory number four under the LFA banner in the process. With youthful looks and a suffocating ground game to match, This prospect lets his animal instincts run wild inside the enclosure of the cage!

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