Across The Pond Profile: CES MMA fighter Brandon Marotte

CES MMA has had numerous alumni reinvigorate their careers through their respective runs in the MMA major leagues. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a wildcat of solid stone ready to rake his claws into the opposition’s backside as the promotion’s latest granite growler. A professional mixed martial artist since February 2018 and representing Professional Martial Arts, Brandon Marotte owns a 7-1 record in eight bouts comprised of five knockouts and two decisions. Marotte has fought for Combat Zone and CES MMA. The majority of Marotte’s wins over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter have come inside the distance. He is 3-0 under the CES MMA banner with two finishes under his belt in three appearances with the organization. Marotte has finished five out of his seven wins during his time in the professional ranks thus far. He has gone to the scorecards twice during his pro career. Marotte has five finishes under his belt in eight appearances during his time as a professional mixed martial artist.

In his MMA debut at CES MMA 48, he faced Jhon Costa and went on to defeat him via technical knockout in round two. Marotte also defeated Arslan Otchiyev via TKO in the first round at CES MMA 50. Then at Combat Zone 67 Revival, he defeated Robert Best via technical knockout in round one. Marotte defeated Joey Sanchez via TKO in the first round at Combat Zone 68 the return. He defeated Chris Rollins via unanimous decision at CES MMA 54. Marotte defeated Dan Dubuque via a split decision at Combat Zone 73 Resolution to pick up his second decision win as a professional.

At Combat Zone 79, he defeated Dion Rubio via technical knockout in the second round. The victory earned Marotte the fifth knockout win of his professional career. At 7-1, Marotte’s sledgehammer fists can give opponents a permanent scar!

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