Making your way back towards being the cream of the crop can appear to be a lot rougher than first meets the eye. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a Viking of scorching flames ready to ice over the opposition at Unified MMA 46 on September 23. A professional mixed martial artist since July 2013 and representing Syndicate MMA under head coach John Wood, Brandon Jenkins owns a 15-9 record through 24 professional bouts comprised of 10 knockouts, three submissions, and two decisions. He has fought for numerous promotions throughout his career thus far as a pro-MMA fighter including PFL MMA and Legacy Fighting Alliance and was also a two-time veteran of the UFC. Jenkins has finished 13 out of his 15 victories during his time in the professional ranks overall.
In his MMA debut at Warrior Promotions war 5, he faced Rendan Russell and went on to submit him via rear-naked choke in the first round. Jenkins also defeated his next four opponents including wins over Clint Anderson and Bill Finn. He defeated Adrian Ortega via TKO in round two at Savage Entertainment Otkoberfist 4. Jenkins defeated Alex Wiggs via TKO in the third round at Savage Entertainment March badness 2. Then, at KOTC Ultimate Collision, he defeated Doug Jenkins via TKO in round two. Jenkins submitted Nicholi Navarro in the first round via rear-naked choke. He defeated Billy Christianson via TKO in round two in his promotional debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 2. Jenkins defeated Carl Whitstock via unanimous decision at LFA 29. At LFA 41, he defeated Lucas Gwaltney via TKO in round three. Jenkins knocked out Jordan Hinman in the first round at Caged Aggression 29. He defeated Aaron Mitchell via unanimous decision at Caged Aggression 30. At PFL 9, Jenkins knocked out Jacob Killburn in round one to earn the 10th knockout win of his professional career.
At Unified MMA 46 on September 23, he will take on Neal Anderson in a lightweight affair. Good luck Brandon!
Brandon’s second-round TKO victory at LFA 2