Across The Pond Profile: Fury Fighting Championship fighter Kyle Todrank

Discovering the next superstar of the MMA world cannot done overnight without the correct pieces of the puzzle falling into place at just the right moment in time and due diligence beforehand. In today’s episode of¬†Across The Pond,¬†you will meet a tribal tornado turning the Fury Fighting Championship featherweight division into a horror zone with caution tape strewn about.


A professional mixed martial artist since December 2023 and representing War Training Center, Kyle Todrank holds a 2-0 record with both of his victories coming via submission. Todrank has spent his whole professional career with Fury Fighting Championship and is 2-0 with two finishes in two appearances with the promotion under his belt.


He has a 100 percent finish rate and has never gone to the scorecards at any juncture over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter. Each of Todrank’s finishes during his career as a professional mixed martial artist has come inside the distance. He has one first-round finish to go along with a single second-round finish so far in his first two professional contests He has spent his entire career during his time in the professional MMA ranks in his home state of Texas. Todrank also fought for Fury Fighting Championship as an amateur prior to turning professional.

In his professional MMA debut and promotional debut with Fury Fighting Championship at Fury FC 84, he submitted Jason Rivera¬†via twister in the second round. Todrank tapped out¬†Jacob Berry¬†in round one via rear-naked choke in his second outing with Fury Fighting Championship at Fury FC 87. The victory secured Todrank the second submission win of his professional career. He also picked up back-to-back wins under the Fury Fighting Championship banner in the process. Blood will be spilled many times over when Todrank takes up the executioner’s axe in one swift motion!

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