Across The Pond Profile: PFL MMA fighter Dylan Tuke

With the introduction of its European arm, PFL MMA has placed itself in a prime position for a continuation of its promotional rise up the ladder. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a marksman of supreme stealth ready to go nuclear as the dark horse amongst the promotion’s lightweights. A professional mixed martial artist since September 2015 and representing Higher Level Mixed Martial Arts, Dylan Tuke holds a 5-3 record in eight contests comprised of three submissions and two knockouts. Tuke has fought for numerous organizations over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter including Battle Arena, BAMMA and Bellator MMA. He has finished all five of his victories during his time in the professional ranks with 100 percent of those wins coming inside the distance. Tuke has yet to reach the scorecards at any point during his career as a professional mixed martial artist. The majority of his wins during his pro career have come within two rounds. Tuke has three first-round finishes under his belt to go along with two second-round finishes in eight professional appearances thus far.

In his MMA debut at BAMMA 22, he submitted Adam Caffrey in round one via rear-naked choke. Tuke defeated Mark Andrew via technical knockout in the first round at BAMMA 24. Then in the main event of Shinobi war 8 Global Warning, he tapped out Adam Ventre via rear-naked choke in round two. Tuke defeated David Khalsa via technical knockout in the second round at BAMMA 32 to earn his second knockout win as a professional.

In the main event of Battle Arena 66, he submitted Nicolae Pirogan via rear-naked choke in round one. The victory earned Tuke the third submission win of his professional career. All it takes is an error in tactical placement for Tuke to unleash the primer from his fists of volcanic fire!

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