The desire to become better with the passage of time has become a common bond among the fighting community when handling loss whenever it decides to rear its ugly head be it early on when they start out or once they have had a touch of seasoning in terms of experience. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a timber wolf of silver storm clouds whose call of the wild attack has turned him into Peak Fighting’s latest gold nugget. A professional mixed martial artist since July 2022 and representing Split T Boxing Club, Orlando Sanders owns a 2-1 record with each of his wins coming via submission. He has fought for Peak Fighting and Legacy Fighting Alliance. Sanders is 2-0 under the Peak Fighting banner with two finishes under his belt in two appearances with the organization. Both of his finishes during his time in the professional ranks have been inside the distance. Sanders has never gone to the scorecards at any point over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter. He has one first-round finish to go along with a single second-round finish in three appearances so far with a 100 percent finish rate to show for it with times of 45 seconds and two minutes and seven seconds respectively in his two outings with Peak Fighting.
In his promotional debut with Peak Fighting, he faced Eleazear Sanchez and went on to tap him out in the second round via arm-triangle choke. Then at Peak Fighting 27, Sanders submitted Kendall Lewis via heel hook in round one. The win earned Sanders the second submission victory of his professional career in addition to back-to-back victories under the Peak Fighting banner in the process. Sanders is one cold howler whose swift ground game splits opponents in two so protect your limbs whatever the price tag!