Across The Pond Profile: Brady Minner

Family ties often assist in forging athletic attachments and attributes that will last throughout any sporting career. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a thresher of the windswept prairie ready to bring in a bountiful feast as Nebraska’s latest blood reaper of vengeance. A professional mixed martial artist since September 2020 and representing Premier Combat Center, Brady Minner owns a 6-4 record in ten contests comprised of four knockouts and two submissions. Minner has fought for various organizations over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter including Legacy Fighting Alliance. He has finished 100 percent of his victories during his time in the professional ranks. The majority of Minner’s wins during his time as a professional mixed martial artist have been inside the distance. He has also fought for Dynasty Combat Sports, a regional MMA promotion based in his home state of Nebraska in addition to Caged Aggression. Minner has yet to reach the scorecards at any point during his pro career thus far.

At Dynasty Combat Sports 63 Thanksgiving Showdown night 2, he defeated Jessie Free via technical knockout in round one. Minner tapped out Jack Freriks via rear-naked choke in the second round at DCS 67 New Year’s Knockouts. Then at DCS 72 Summer kick off night 2, he defeated Jon Kennedy via technical knockout in the first round. Minner defeated Josh Neal via Technical knockout in round three at Caged Aggression 32 no limts night 2. He defeated Andre Kasse in round one via technical knockout at DCS 78 DCS 100.

At DCS 80 Summer Showdown, Minner submitted Josh Weston in the first round via kimura. The victory earned Minner the second submission win of his professional career. He also maintained his 100 percent finish rate in the prelims. On the ground or slinging leather, this scythe wields a blade that can slice through the roughest of terrain!

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