The tar heel state has produced several noteworthy names in mixed martial arts like The Ultimate Fighter season 29 middleweight winner Bryan Battle. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet the latest Blue Ridge howler ready to turn Fury Fighting Championship the brightest shade of Carolina colors in the Fury FC Challenger Series. A professional mixed martial artist since May 2021 and representing Carolina Combat Sports and Fitness, Shameek Harvey holds a 6-1 record in seven contests comprised of four decisions, one submission and one knockout. Both of Harvey’s finishes during his time in the professional ranks have been inside the second round. The majority of his victories over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter have come via the scorecards. Harvey has gone to the scorecards four times during his career as a professional mixed martial artist. He has fought for various organizations throughout his career including B2 Fighting Series and Global Legion FC.
In his MMA debut at National Fighting Championship 132, he faced Shamel Findley and defeated him via unanimous decision. Harvey submitted Terrance Jones in the second round via armbar at B2 Fighting Series 143 to secure his first and only submission victory as a professional. Then at Global Legion FC 22, he defeated Rentsen Otgontulga via a split decision. Harvey defeated Rudy Isdiro via a split decision at Global Legion FC 24. He defeated Tyrell Hill via unanimous decision at Ultimate Battle Grounds 14 North Carolina to earn his fourth decision win as a professional.
At Fight for it 15, Harvey defeated Shane Tyner via technical knockout in the second round. The win earned Harvey the first knockout victory of his professional career along with his second finish overall. At 6-1, Harvey’s zen like calmness and poise even when the weight of the world rests squarely on his shoulders ensures that he not designed to be a one trick pony!