This past Saturday night at the Westchester County Center, Erin Blanchfield made her mixed martial arts debut at Aggressive Combat Championship 17. Battling an amateur veteran in Destiny Quinones, Blanchfield displayed top tier grappling.
Wasting zero time to earn a takedown verse Quinones, the EBI 12 (Eddie Bravo Invitational) champion (125lbs) went to work putting in a blue-collar effort. Blanchfield’s transitions were smooth and the execution of her armbar submission was flawless.
Blanchfield (1-0), 18, defeated Quinones in Round 1, at 1:08 via Submission by way of Armbar.
The fight was fought at 125-pounds under the United States Muay Thai Association (USMTA) sanctioning body amateur novice rules, which includes shin pads and forbids strikes to a grounded opponents head.
Blanchfield earned $10,000 from her EBI 12 Championship.
Erin Blanchfield Full Fight Video below –
Photo Courtesy of Dynamic Fighters.