Andre Harrison Remains Undefeated in World Series of Fighting Debut
Top Long Island featherweight MMA fighter Andre “The Bull” Harrison made quick work of his opponent Bruce Boyington in his World Series of Fighting debut this afternoon at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
It only took Harrison (15-0 MMA) 1:54 seconds into the first round of the second prelim bout to submit Boyington (14-10 MMA) via rear naked choke. This is the second submission win for Harrison in his professional career.
The 28-year old former Titan FC and Ring of Combat champion landed a heavy right hand to the chin of Boyington before landing an impressive take down. Once they hit the canvas, Harrison had complete control on the ground. Once Boyington gave up his back, Harrison assumed position and finished the bout with the rear naked choke.
Harrison trains out of Bellmore Kickboxing Academy in Bellmore, NY under Keith Trimble and Gracie Barra Long Island in New Hyde Park, NY under Professor Joe Scarola.
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