The Southern region in terms of MMA has prospects that remain covered by a curtain enveloped by mystery with regional organizations at its heart. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a devil ray of darkened waters creating stormy weather for the competitors in Cage Fury Fighting Championships at flyweight. A professional mixed martial artist since July 2022 and representing Defwar, Max Quinones owns a 4-1 record in five bouts comprised of two knockouts, one submission and one decision. He has finished three out of his four victories during his time in the professional ranks with all three of those finishes coming inside the distance. Quinones has spent his entire career as a professional MMA fighter with Cage Fury Fighting Championships so far. He has gone to the scorecards once over the course of his career sweeping them clean across the board on that occasion. Quinones has two second-round finishes under his belt to go along with a single first-round finish in five appearances as a professional mixed martial artist thus far. He is 4-1 under the CFFC banner, earning three finishes in five outings with the organization to show for it.
In his professional MMA debut and promotional debut with Cage Fury Fighting Championships at CFFC 110, he faced Gullherme Crossi and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision. Quinones defeated Cameron Cash via technical knockout in the second round at CFFC 114. Then at CFFC 119, he knocked out Alvin Welch in round two to earn his second knockout win as a professional.
At CFFC 122, he submitted Tyler Howell via rear-naked choke in the first round. The win earned Quinones the first submission victory of his professional career in addition to win number four under the CFFC banner in the process. The sun always comes out to play when Quinones delivers a sweet treat to wash away the grey!