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Bradley ” Featherstone” Desir looking to capture victory and 170 lb title at ROC 62 Interviews MMA News 

Bradley ” Featherstone” Desir looking to capture victory and 170 lb title at ROC 62

Bradley Desir is an entertainer. Whether it’s in the cage, following him on social media, or conversing, he loves to make sure everyone has fun, including himself. His last fight was for Bellator MMA on the Chael Sonnen vs. Wanderlei Silva card, where he wasted little time, finishing Nate Grebb with strikes (TKO) in less than three minutes.

Two fights ago, I was lucky enough to be in the Tropicana Showroom covering his ROC 56 tilt with TUF vet, Julian Lane. This was an all-out stand-up war as Desir landed a highlight reel head kick to stop the very tough Lane late in round two.

He’s back in Atlantic City for a showdown with the current 170 lb. champion, Taj ” the Black Spartan” Abdul-Hakim.  Taj loves to stand and bang and Desir is excited to have a chance for the gold.

Featherstone tells me ” I’m the only active member of the Tiger Schulman Fight Team (pros), who is not in the UFC. My goal is to win this fight and join them soon.”

Mike Trizano, Julio Arce, Jimmie Rivera,  and Shane Burgos are all doing very well as TS MMA has invaded the UFC and made some noise. Desir feels left out, but promises he won’t look past Abdul-Hakim. Listen in to Bradley below.  He’s a fun guy to chat with and loves to laugh and talk about the things he loves, like fighting, and women 😉

Ring of Combat 62 is going down, Friday night March 2. It’s another title and talent stacked card from Neglia. Desir (10-5) vs Abdul-Hakim (6-1) is one of several title fights.  MyMMANews will be cage-side with up to the minute results, photos, and a full recap!



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'Beautiful' Bob Meloni

'Beautiful' Bob Meloni

Commentator for Art of War Cagefighting. More than 10 years experience in the PA/NJ regional MMA circuit. Commentator/post fight interviews. Television/media/event production. 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.

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