Team Revgear Europe’s Alex Enlund added another impressive win to his resume this past weekend at Phoenix Fight Nights in Bournemouth, scoring a TKO win over WEC and Bellator veteran Rafael Dias, who represents the Blackzilians team in Florida, USA.
Enlund pushed his professional record to 13-2 with 12 victories inside the distance, and that includes his current win streak of six straight successful outings.
Before the contest, Enlund told Revgear Europe, “I will walk away with another win on Saturday night.” He did just that, and continued to showcase just how high level his MM grappling game is. BJJ black belt Dias had no answer for Enlund’s offense, and ultimately stopped due to an injury.
Made some mistakes but I dominated against an experienced BJJ Black Belt my grappling for MMA is elite no doubt!
— Alex Enlund (@AlexEnlund) December 12, 2015
Enlund has submitted the likes of Artem Lobov, Dino Gambatesa and Sebastian Romanowski. Not only that, but he defeated Nad Narimani for the Cage Warriors featherweight world title a year ago – the belt that now undisputed UFC champion Conor McGregor held before heading to the Octagon.
As a committed martial artist, athlete and coach, Enlund has an extremely bright future ahead of him. With this kind of form and momentum, it won’t be long until his name is amongst the world’s elite, as he has already proved he’s capable of competing with top calibre fighters.