Across The Pond Profile: Fury Fighting Championship fighter Marcell Mickens

Becoming an adoptive son of a state that a fighter was not born and raised in carries with a duty to give as much effort as possible to give something back to the people that invest their valuable time into making them who they are today. In today’s episode of¬†Across The Pond,¬†you will meet a lord of silver skies prepared to rule over all with respective verdicts at featherweight for Fury Fighting Championship. A professional mixed martial artist since March 2019 and representing¬†Pete Spratt Hybrid Systems¬†and¬†Rodrigo Pinheiro BJJ, Marcell Mickens¬†holds a 3-1 record in four bouts comprised of two decisions and one submission. Mickens has spent his whole career as a professional MMA fighter with Fury Fighting Championship. The one and only finish during his career as a professional mixed martial artist has come inside the opening round with a time of one minute and 20 seconds. Mickens has a single first-round finish through four professional appearances under his belt. He is 3-1 under the Fury Fighting Championship banner with one finish in four outings with the promotion to show for it.

In his MMA debut and promotional debut with Fury Fighting Championship 30, he faced Kyle Broadwater and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision. Mickens submitted Josh Nealy in the first round via triangle choke at Fury FC Fight Night San Antonio to secure his first submission win as a professional.

Then in his fourth outing with Fury Fighting Championship on the preliminary card of Fury FC 88, he defeated Mo Oropeza via unanimous decision. The win scored Mickens the second decision victory of his professional career along with win number three under the Fury Fighting Championship Banner. He also picked up his third overall victory as a professional in the process. When the win is in sight, Mickens is prepared to go to any length to be declared the victor!

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