June Prospects to Watch Part 1

Regional Promotions like LFA, Cage Warriors, Titan FC, Fury FC, CES MMA, CFFC, Eagle FC are some of the best feeder league promotions out there. Helping fighters progress inside the cage, Building themselves a name by winning big fights and winning titles.

Always looking for the next great fighters all over the world that have Champion potential.

No rankings for this I go by date order.

Agy Sardari Verus MMA 7

Former Cage Warriors Lightweight Champion signed with Netherlands promotion Verus MMA. Fighting in front of the hometown crowd feeling the Dutch energy booster.

Facing Brazilian Joelson Nascimento 11-7 record in the main event.

Expect Sardari to use his best skills stick and move around with jabs & hooks. Keep the fight standing up and if necessary shoot for takedowns.

Sardari is a good standup fighter. Honestly reminds of Beneil Dariush a little bit.

Love to see Sardari sign with UFC, Bellator, PFL, One Championship or even Rizin in 2022. Time to start earning a good living and test himself against the best lightweights in the world.

  • 29 years old
  • Former Cage Warriors Lightweight Champion
  • Biggest win is against Donovan Desmae
  • Fought for Shooto Once
  • Comparison- Beneil Dariush

Cameron Saaiman EFC 94

Protégé of Driscus Du Plessis is only 21 years old fighting for the EFC Bantamweight Title in the EFC 94 main event. Crazy to think about.

Prodigy as well,

Strengths

  • Kickboxing
  • Boxing Ability using multiple punch combinations
  • Pressing forward
  • Avoiding shots
  • Underrated Jiu-Jitsu game

Cameron is a mix of Dominick Cruz, TJ Dillashaw, Sean O’ Malley. I’m so impressed with his kickboxing ability, Quickness and footwork. Shooting for takedowns, Jiu-Jitsu game.

He’s an all around talent with massive potential.

Keep staying in the gym kid and you’ll continue to get BETTER and BETTER. Fill in his body.

One day we’ll see Cameron fight for the UFC.

Michael Stack LFA 133

Tough gritty fighter from Colorado making his name be known fighting for Legacy Fighting Alliance.

Three fight winning streak is on the line as he face Jose Delano for the LFA Featherweight Title in the LFA 133 main event.

Last fight was a back and forth wrestling scrap against Caio Gregorio. Four takedowns for Stack as he controlled the fight more.

Has this crazy gas tank or pure will he successfully takedown Caio in the last seconds.

Stack also fought Kai Kamaka at LFA 87. Kamaka won the fight because of his speed advantage and striking but Stack counter strike a bunch, Hard straight right hooks.

LFA 133 gonna have his hands full against Jose Delano (Brazilian Top Team Featherweight) but if he can successfully wrestle and push the pace he’ll win.

Strength

  • Cardio
  • Wrestling against the cage
  • Ground transitions to control opponent
  • Ground and pound ability
  • Pop in his hands

Haris Talundžić LFA 133

Current prospect out of Factory X is on his way to becoming big time prospect in 2022.

Formerly trained for Tristar Gym with Firas Zahabi but found a better home at Factory X. Training with killers like Devonte Smith, Youssef Zalal, Brandon Royval to name a few!!

Iron sharpens iron is the truth. Haris has a 4-0 record looking to continue that undefeated streak against Chinese Prospect Bahatebole Batebolati (#1 Chinese Middleweight prospect).

Haris has the speed advantage just needs to defend the takedowns. He can strike well and push the pace.

Tough test but he’s an all around prospect with all sort of kills. Coach Montoya is known for pushing his fighters and having that conditioning ability on locked.

  • 26 years old
  • Factory X fighter
  • Undefeated record of 4-0
  • Next fight LFA 133
  • Best skill is his striking
  • Explosive power and leg kicks
  • Solid grappling ability

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