Conway's Skipper stays unbeaten in MMA
Sat, 22 Jun 2013 04:48:03 GMT —
Conway's Marvin Skipper choked out Camden's John Richard on Friday night to win the second professional MMA fight of his career.
Skipper put the submission hold on Richard at 4:07 in round two to score the victory in a 205 pound match at Warfare 9 in North Myrtle Beach.
Skipper, a 7-time jiu jitsu state champion who can bench press more than 500 pounds, has never lost an MMA bout as either an amateur or as a pro.
In the main event, former UFC fighter Rodney "Sho Nuff" Wallace (17-6) out of Charlotte scored a first round knockout against Aaron "Tex" Johnson to win the WFC Light Heavyweight World Championship.