Fury Fighting Championship has entrenched itself in the Red River feud by developing Oklahoma and Texas talents throughout the region. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a bruiser of the border zone whose shoot first or be shot mindset keeps the MMA rivalry fresh with tension. A professional mixed martial artist since October 2021 and representing Clinch Martial Arts, Tracy Reeder holds a 7-2 record in nine contests comprised of three submissions, three knockouts, and one decision. Reeder has fought for numerous promotions during his time in the professional ranks including Fighting Alliance Championship, Cage Fury Fighting Championships and Fury Fighting Championship. The majority of Reeder’s victories over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter have been inside the distance. He is 2-0 under the Fury Fighting Championship banner with a single finish under his belt in his two appearances with the organization. Reeder has finished six out of his seven wins overall.
In his MMA debut at XFL 374, he knocked out Donte McKenzie in the first round. Reeder submitted Sterling Lenz in round one via rear-naked choke at XFL 376. Then at XFL 378. he tapped out Nick Whitehead via rear-naked choke in the third round. Reeder defeated Rodrick Stewart via technical knockout in round one at XFL 379. He knocked out Rodney Allison in the first round at River City Fights. Reeder defeated Darren Whitney via unanimous decision in his promotional debut with Fury Fighting Championship at Fury FC 79 to earn his first and only decision win as a professional.
At Fury FC 83, he submitted Jacob Capelli via rear-naked choke in the first round. The win earned Reeder the third submission victory of his professional career in addition to back-to-back wins under the Fury Fighting Championship banner in the process. An opponent’s night at the office could end prematurely if Reeder gets the opening draw!