Phil Davis is one of the most decorated wrestlers to have ever made the transition to mixed martial arts and has been creating an unbelievable buzz in the MMA community since his professional debut in October of 2008. It’s not hard to see why the the twenty four year old light heavyweight has been turning so many heads in recent months, he was a four time NCAA All-American and 2008 NCAA national champion for Penn State. The credentials speak for themselves.
Davis will be looking to continue his undefeated streak into his third professional bout against a game Terry Cohens, who has compiled a winning record of 4-2 during the course of his two year career in the sport. The two will but heads at The Ultimate Warrior Challenge: Capital Punishment, which is scheduled to take place at The Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia on April 25th.
Paul Bradley is set to face off with Mike Pierce in a welterweight main event at RIE-MMA “Brotherly Love Brawl: The Beginning” between two fast rising prospects. The event is set to take place at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pennsylvania on April 30th.
Paul Bradley, a former two time All-American wrestler, is most known for his stint on the seventh season on The Ultimate Fighter. During the taping of the show, Bradley contracted a rash common to wrestlers and was sent packing without having ever suffered a defeat. He entered the show with an unblemished record of 8-0, and has since added two additional victories to his resume bringing his overall record up to an impressive 10-0.
Mike pierce has accumulated an outstanding record of 7-1 since making the jump into MMA less than two years ago. His most recent bout was a third round TKO over Justin Haskins at WEC 39.