Across The Pond Profile: Cage Warriors fighter Connor Wilson

Putting on the yellow gloves for the first time and coming out victorious with your hand raised in a victory sign can be the ultimate fulfillment of a labor of love for European athletes who need a boost in confidence after enduring repeated stumbling blocks in breaking the cycle of defeat. In today’s episode of¬†Across The Pond,¬†you will meet a knightly harbinger of chivalric chaos and gentleman’s gore ready to illustrate to the flyweight division how believing in yourself can subtly flip the script and alter the arc of your career for the positive. A professional mixed martial artist since February 2020 and representing¬†Next Generation Liverpool, Connor Wilson owns a 5-3 record in eight bouts comprised of two knockouts, two decisions and one submission. He has fought for several promotions throughout the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter including Full Contender and Almighty Fighting Championship. Wilson has finished three out of his five wins overall during his professional career. The majority of his victories as a professional mixed martial artist have come within a single round, Both of Wilson’s decision wins have resulted in unanimous verdicts. In his MMA debut at Full Contact Contender 25, he submitted¬†David Adams¬†in the first round via triangle choke. Wilson defeated¬†Jack Young¬†at Almighty Fighting Championship 19 via unanimous decision. Then at Full Contact Contender 30, he defeated¬†Diego Guallardo¬†via technical knockout in round one. Wilson defeated¬†Sam Halliday¬†at Full Contact Contender 32 via TKO in the first round.

In his fourth appearance with Cage Warriors on the main card of Cage Warriors 167, he defeated Davide Scarano via unanimous decision. The win scored Wilson the second decision victory of his professional career along with his first win under the Cage Warriors banner and fifth overall victory as a professional in the process. Wilson is eager to prove to the doubters that all stories have different endings if you do the time and savor the eventual sweetness of your labor when chance comes a calling!

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