Aaron Kennedy all business as he prepares for AOW 24

Aaron Kenedy was born and raised in Northern Pennsylvania.  I always joke that new parents in that part of the country use a singlet rather than a onesie for their newborn boys.  Wrestling is a lifestyle there and for Aaron Kennedy it was no different.  Kennedy has been competing in wrestling since four or five years old and his path in life has been enriched by combat sports as he now is a professional mixed martial artist.

On April 15th, Kennedy will take on Oscar Garcia Jr at Art of War Cage Fighting 24 in Lebanon, Pennsylvania.  This will be the second professional appearance for both of these young men.  Garcia fought hard, but lost a split decision to Anthony Dill at AOW 21 in his debut.  Kennedy also came up short in his first pro fight and that was back in 2018 at PA Cage Fight.

MyMMANews caught up with Kennedy as he prepares to get back in the cage for the first time in over four years.  He tells us…

“This is just business as usual. I’m ready to get back in there and go after the victory.  Doesn’t matter what he (Garcia) brings, if I fight my fight, there is no way he can beat me.  We put the work in, and now it’s time to prove it.”

Please check out our interview on the link above.

MyMMANews will be cage-side on April 15th for AOW 24 on commentary, round by round results, and capturing awesome photos will be William McKee.  The main event features “BMo” Ben Moser facing off with Walter Flores.  In the co-main event, “The Panamaiac” Eddie Alvarez matches up with Orlando Ortega.  Kennedy vs Garcia wraps up the pro portion of the card.  You can get tickets and come out and support at the Lebanon Expo Center or order the entire fight card live on pay per view via the Starfund App.

Aaron Kennedy

Aaron Kennedy, Art of War 24

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'Beautiful' Bob Meloni
More than 15 years experience in the PA/NJ regional MMA circuit. Commentator/post fight interviews/pre-fight show host @ Art of War Cage Fighting and Ring of Combat The story of the fighter is what Bob loves about the sport. From the lowest level, to the highest, he only cares about the two warriors who do battle once the cage doors close. Everything else is secondary. Without their blood, sweat, and tears, he would not be here enjoying every minute.