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Across The Pond Profile: Unified MMA fighter Jett Grande

Canada’s fighting spirit has managed to take hold of an entirely new batch of fighters whose youthful enthusiasm for combat in the cage is equaled by appetites that are never satisfied until they carry out the contract to the best of their athletic abilities. In today’s episode of¬†Across The Pond,¬†you will meet a stag of the snowbound North ready to exercise cold cycles of vengeful victory on the Unified MMA lightweight division. A professional mixed martial artist since August 2021 and representing¬†Arashi-Do Red Deer, Jett Grande¬†holds a 4-1-1 record in five bouts comprised of two knockouts, two decisions and a draw. Grande has spent the majority of his career as a professional MMA fighter with Unified MMA. Both of his finishes during his career as a professional mixed martial artist have been within two rounds. Grande has gone to the scorecards twice over the course of his career in the professional MMA ranks. He has spent the bulk of his professional career in his home nation of Canada. Grande is 3-1 under the Unified MMA banner with two finishes in four appearances with the promotion under his belt.

In his promotional debut with Unified MMA at Unified MMA 41, he defeated¬†Corneilus Krahn¬†via technical knockout in the second round. Grande defeated¬†Steven Michael Thomas¬†via TKO in round one at Unified MMA 42 to secure his second knockout win as a professional. Then at Unified MMA 45, he defeated¬†Colton Boxell¬†via unanimous decision. Grande defeated¬†Nasratullah Sharifi¬†via decision in the main event of Flogger Series 8. The victory scored Grande the second decision win of his professional career. He also picked up his fourth overall victory as a professional in the process. Grande’s frozen focus in the midst of a challenge has numbed even the brightest minds in a status of sheer bewilderment!

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