The scorching heat of the southwestern sun has forged championship-caliber fighters with victory’s flame being a guiding light even in the darkest moments of their careers when they require a voice of reason amongst the unforeseen doubts and demons raging inside them. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a scorpion whose heated stings have opponents bracing themselves for battle burns. A professional mixed martial artist since August 2021 and representing The MMA Lab, Greg Foster owns an unbeaten 3-0 record comprised of two decisions and one submission. He has gone to the scorecards twice during his time in the professional ranks sweeping them clean across the board on both occasions. The one and only finish over the course of Foster’s career as a professional MMA fighter has been inside the opening round with a time of two minutes and 57 seconds. He is 1-0 under the Fury Fighting Championship banner. Foster has a single first round finish under his belt in three appearances during his career as a professional mixed martial artist. Each of Foster’s decision wins during his pro career have ended in a unanimous verdict over a duration of three rounds and a period of 15 minutes.
In his MMA debut at WFF 43, he faced Andrew Freelove and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision. Foster tapped out JJ Nelson in the first round via triangle choke at RUF 51 year end finale to earn his first submission win as a professional. Then at Fury Challenger Series 7, he defeated Jordan Plutin via unanimous decision. The win earned Foster the second decision victory of his professional career in addition to extending his undefeated streak to three to begin his career in the process. Foster is a steady riser that opts for his fists to speak for him rather than his mouth!