Fight camps are known for allowing fighters to level up their tools of the trade through steady progression so that the final results can be center stage when Fight Night finally arrives. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a sprinting rally racer whose hunger to be first at the finish line has sent his skyrocketing stock trending in an upward direction at Fighting Alliance Championship. A professional mixed martial artist since February 2023 and representing Marathon Mixed Martial Arts under Trey Ogden, Alejandro Gomez holds an undefeated 3-0 record with all three of his victories coming via submission. He has spent his whole professional career with Fighting Alliance Championship and has a 100 percent finish rate. 100 percent of Gomez’s wins during his time in the professional ranks have come inside the opening round. He is 3-0 under the Fighting Alliance Championship banner with three finishes under his belt in three appearances with the organization to show for it. Gomez has never gone to the scorecards at any juncture over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter. All of Gomez’s wins during his career as a professional mixed martial artist have been inside of five minutes or less.
In his professional MMA debut and promotional debut with Fighting Alliance Championship at FAC 18, he faced Joey Estrada and went on to tap him out via shoulder choke in round one. Gomez submitted Thomas Vievering in the first round via rear-naked choke at FAC 21. Then at FAC 22, he tapped out Thomas Stokes via rear-naked choke in round one. The win secured Gomez the third submission victory of his professional career in addition to his third consecutive finish. He also picked up his third victory under the Fighting Alliance Championship banner in the process. Gomez’s rising celling shows that a slow yet steady build up always wins the race!