The east coast MMA scene has a sense of determination and savage strength when it comes to producing fighters who relish the art of the finish. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a panther of frightening fierceness whose power makes the opposition feel like they have been hit with a barrage of bricks. A professional mixed martial artist since December 2021 and representing Martinez BJJ, Patrick Brady owns an undefeated 5-0 record comprised of two submissions, one knockout and two decisions. Brady has fought for several organizations over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter including Stellar Fights and Art Of War Cage Fighting. He has finished three out of his five overall victories during his time in the professional ranks. Brady has gone to the scorecards two times during his pro career. All three of Brady’s finishes during his career as a professional mixed martial artist have been inside the distance. In his MMA debut at Art Of War Cage Fighting 21 the Rumble at rivers, He faced Larry Gonzales and defeated him via unanimous decision. Brady submitted Cesar Gutierrez in the first round via kimura at Art Of War Cage Fighting 22. Then at Art Of War Cage Fighting 25, he tapped out Cameron Graham via brabo choke in round one to secure his second submission victory as a professional. Brady defeated Ron Marshall via TKO in the second round at Stellar Fights 53 to earn his first and only knockout win as a professional so far.
In the main event of Art Of War Cage Fighting 28, he defeated Tra’von Butler via a split decision. The victory earned Brady the second decision win of his professional career. With destructive top-game power and the ability to sneak a submission in when the moment arises, Brady is a prospect who enters full assault mode when he senses weakness!