On either side of the world, Cage Warriors is known for cultivating markets with a high yield of return investment. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a smooth serpent of slickness ready to slither into the sunlight for the promotion at featherweight. A professional mixed martial artist since September 2017 and representing Joe Stevenson’s Cobra Kai, Roberto Hernandez owns a 7-1 record in eight contests comprised of four decisions, two submissions and one knockout. Hernandez is 5-0 under the Cage Warriors banner with two finishes under his belt in five appearances with the organization. All three of Hernandez’s finishes over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter have been inside the distance. He has gone to the scorecards four times during his pro career. He fought for King Of the Cage prior to debuting with Cage Warriors at Cage Warriors 133 in March 2022.
At KOTC Golden Era, he tapped out Rick James via rear-naked choke in the third round. Hernandez defeated Jordan Anderson via unanimous decision at KOTC Vengeance. Then in his promotional debut with Cage Warriors at Cage Warriors 133, he submitted Ethyn Ewing in the first round via heel hook. Hernandez defeated Michael O’ Leary via technical knockout in round one at Cage Warriors 139. He defeated Brian Mitchell via unanimous decision at Cage Warriors 143. Hernandez defeated John De Jesus via a split decision on the main card of Cage Warriors 149.
In the co-main event of Cage Warriors 155, he defeated Moses Diaz via unanimous decision. The victory earned Hernandez the fourth decision win of his professional career in addition to win number five under the Cage Warriors banner in the process. With a 7-1 record and versatile in all departments be it stand up or ground, its clear waters ahead for this navigator of the deep blue!