LFA 101 Prospects to Watch

Legacy Fighting Alliance is the premier feeder league promotion, Dominick Reyes, Cory Sandhagen, Brandon Moreno to name a few fighters who fought for LFA. Winning a LFA title is the route to the Legacy Fighting Alliance.

LFA 101 no titles on the line but sweet solid fights Friday night. Watching future UFC, Bellator fighters at LFA 101.

Tee Cummins

Tee Cummnins Bareknuckle Boxer, One win with Bareknuckle Boxing. 2-0 MMA record is facing Anthony Kalani. Tee Cummins trains with Bellator Lightweight prospect Jaleel Willis at Memphis Judo & Jiu Jitsu.

“I know I’ve put in the work. I know I have the ability. I feel like this is what I’m meant to do. I plan to fight my fight, fighting to the best of my capabilities, and that being my route to victory.”

https://www.mmaweekly.com/tee-cummins-ready-to-show-what-his-game-is-about-at-lfa-101

Tee Cummins wants to fight three-four times in 2021 maybe have four fights with Legacy Fighting Alliance to make a name for yourself.

Treston Vines

Treston Vines 4-0 record, 24 years old. First round knockouts 3 out of the 4 wins.

Treston Vines great athlete, Faster than his opponents gets the job easily. Looking for an early finish against Julin Fuller. Vines All-Around talent with Mass potential. Hopefully makes a name for himself for the Legacy Fighting Alliance.

Mark Climaco

Mark Climaco 4-0 record, American Kickboxing Academy prospect. 23 years old. Rising flyweight prospect looking to have a significant 2021 to put some respect on his name. : Ultimate Warrior Challenge Mexico fight against Igor Siqueira. 6-0 flyweight. Dominated Siqueria start to finish, Takedowns leading to Ground & Pound.

Coaching style of coach Javier Mendez. Will see if Mark Climaco is the next generation of fighters to prosper from American Kickboxing Academy.

Miguel Jacob

Miguel Jacob 4-0 record, Only 23 years old. Brazilian Welterweight prospect. Win under the Bellator banner. First fight on the Bellator 238 prelims. Successful Amateur Kickboxer now looking to be a successful MMA fighter. No better way to prove his worth and value fighting against AJ Nichols.

Trains at Blachouse MMA with Brian Ortega, Bubba Jenkins, Maycon Mendonca, Sheymon Moraes.

Bellator 238 fight against David Pacheco, Jacob carved him up with high level boxing. Reminds me a little bit of Douglas Lima.

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