The eastern coast of the United States is the home of many a prosperous prospect that comes from a hardened mold of winterized toughness and never shying away from a big opportunity whenever the moment presents itself. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a minuteman of granite ready to give the opposition a bitter taste of icy justice as 2023 commences. A professional mixed martial artist since March 2021 and representing New England Cartel, Tom Pagliarulo holds a 5-1 record in six contests comprised of four knockouts and one submission. Pagliarulo has fought for several organizations over the course of his journey as a professional MMA fighter including CES MMA, Combat Zone and Cage Fury Fighting Championships. He has finished all five of his victories during his time in the professional ranks with a finishing rate of 100 percent to show for it. Pagliarulo has yet to reach the scorecards at any point during his professional tenure. 100 percent of Pagliarulo’s wins during his pro career have come inside the distance. The majority of Pagliarulo’s victories during his time as a professional mixed martial artist have come within the opening round.
In his MMA debut and lone appearance with Cage Fury Fighting Championships at CFFC 92, Pagliarulo defeated Shawn Stefanelli via TKO in round three. He knocked out Josh Hardy in the first round at CES MMA 63. Then at Combat Zone 74 now or never, Pagliarulo knocked out Elias Jose De Olivera in round one. He submitted Kameron Jordan in the first round at Combat Zone 77 to earn his first submission win as a professional.
In the main event of Combat Zone 78, he defeated Lionel Young via TKO in round one. The victory earned Pagliarulo the fourth knockout win of his professional career. He also maintained his 100 percent finish rate in the process. Whenever Pagliarulo signs a fight contract, punishment truly commences!