Across The Pond Profile: Full Contact Contender fighter Connor Wilson

Growing up in the fight game often means learning not to stay in one place for a determined period for any length of time and never resting on your laurels. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to an oak of surging strength ready to uproot his opponent at FCC 32 on December 17. A professional mixed martial artist since February 2020 and representing Next Generation Liverpool under head coach Paul Rimmer, Connor Wilson owns a 3-2 record in five bouts comprised of one submission, one knockout, and one decision. Wilson has fought for various promotions throughout his time as a pro-MMA fighter including Cage Warriors, Almighty Fighting Championship, and Full Contact Contender. He is 2-0 under the FCC banner, with two finishes under his belt for the promotion. Wilson has finished two out of his three wins during his time in the professional ranks. Wilson has a finishing rate of 100 percent and has only gone to the scorecards a single time during his pro career, sweeping them clean across the board in that instance. Both of Wilson’s finishes during his time as a professional mixed martial artist have come inside the opening round, with two first-round finishes to show for it.

In his professional MMA debut and promotional debut with Full Contact Contender at FCC 25, he faced David Adams and tapped him out in the first round via triangle choke. Wilson defeated Jack Young via unanimous decision at Almighty Fighting Championship 19. Then in his second appearance with Full Contact Contender at FCC 30, he defeated Diego Guallardo in round one. The victory earned Wilson the first knockout win of his professional career. He also picked up his second win under the FCC banner in the process.

At FCC 32 on December 17, he will take on Sam Haliday in an encounter at flyweight. Good luck Connor!

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