Top Featherweight Prospects that UFC, Bellator or One Championship Should Sign!!

Lance Palmer

  • 18-3 record
  • 7 win streak
  • 32 years old
  • #31 Featherweight
  • WSOF Featherweight Champion
  • PFL Featherweight Champion
  • RFA Featherweight Champion

Andre Harrison

  • 21-1 record
  • 31 years old
  • WSOF Featherweight Champion
  • Titan FC Featherweight Champion
  • #35 Featherweight

I’m the best featherweight on the planet hands down. I don’t care which fight league you’re talking about, I am the best featherweight, period. Every time I go out there I show that.”

Salman Zhamaldaev

  • 17-1 record
  • 30 years old
  • #47 Featherweight
  • ACA Featherweight Champion
  • WFCA Featherweight Champion
  • Akhmat Fight Show Featherweight Champion
  • ACB tournament champion

Mateusz Gamrot

  • 15-0 record
  • 28 years old
  • #52 Featherweight
  • KSW Featherweight Champion
  • #1 European Eastern Featherweight Champion
  • #1 Polish Featherweight Champion

Salahdine Parnasse

  • 13-0 record
  • 21 years old
  • #65 Featherweight
  • #1 France Featherweight
  • #2 European Western Featherweight

Nate Landwehr

  • 12-2 record
  • 30 years old
  • 6 fight win streak
  • #66 best Featherweight
  • #3 US Featherweight
  • M-1 Challenge Featherweight Champion
  • 3 FC Featherweight Champion
  • 6 KO’s

Luis Rafael Laurentino

  • 34-1 record
  • 26 years old
  • SBC Featherweight Champion
  • #75 Featherweight
  • #5 Brazilian Featherweight

Jason Soares

  • 13-0 record
  • 29 years old
  • Titan FC Featherweight Champion
  • 8 submission wins
  • Fight Time Featherweight Champion
  • #84 Featherweight

He continued, “The UFC is tough to get in at 145 [pounds], it’s a packed division. Whether it’s there, ONE [Championship], Bellator, whatever, I am looking to fight on a bigger stage soon but I really do like Titan and I appreciate them a lot.”

He landed a series of big punches on the ground and before long, the ref shut things down. Soares retained his belt at the 2:16 mark of the fourth frame.

“I think I showed everything,” Soares told UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman, who was the event’s cageside analyst on UFC Fight Pass. “Dana White: Give me that (expletive) contract, baby.”

Movlid Khaibulaev

  • 14-0 record
  • 28 years old
  • #94 Featherweight

Soren Bak

  • 13-1 record
  • 26 years old
  • # 101 Featherweight
  • #3 UK/Ireland Featherweight
  • Cage Warriors Featherweight Champion and Cage Warriors Lightweight Champion

His persona of ‘The True Viking’ is refreshing, catchy, exciting and draws attention.  Whilst most importantly he has the skill set to match.  There is a good chance we could by the end of this year be saying ‘And New, The True Viking’.  The Cage Warriors title can open up many opportunities for a fighter.  Including opportunities to perform under the biggest banners, MMA has to offer.

Andres Quintana

  • 18-2 record
  • 27 years old
  • US #2 Featherweight
  • Triple A MMA Featherweight Champion
  • Combates America’s STAR
  • #126 Featherweight

Regardless, Quintana is now 18-2 in his professional MMA career and remains undefeated in the Combate Americas cage with a record of 8-0. “The Bullet” takes home the tournament’s $100,00 grand prize

Representing the U.S., Quintana won Combate Americas’ second annual one-night, eight-man featherweight tournament, which took place at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif., on Friday night.

Joanderson Brito

  • 11-2 record
  • 24 years old
  • Fusion FC Featherweight Champion
  • Araca Featherweight Champion
  • #2 Latin America Featherweight

Rafael Barbosa

  • 12-1 record
  • 21 years old
  • MF Fighters Featherweight Champion
  • Demolidor Featherweight Champion
  • #1 Brazilian Featherweight

Igeu Kabesa

  • 12-1 record
  • 25 years old
  • Extreme Fighting Championship Featherweight Champion
  • #1 South Africa Featherweight
  • #139 Featherweight

Years ago the MMA Talent wasn’t like this but now all over the world you have potential UFC, Bellator or One Champions. Hasn’t been a better time to be a MMA fan! Excited to see these fighters fight in the big stage, The top 3 promotions competing to sign the top prospects!!

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