Starting Tae Kwon Do eight years ago, “The Prince” Hopeton Stewart worked, progressed, and finally made his stamp in the professional rankings of MMA finishing Dameron Kirby with a head kick knockout win at Shogun Fights on October 24 at the Royal Farms Arena.
Hopeton is a promising welterweight that has yet to taste defeat in his amateur career going 7-0, then stepping to the professional ranks with a dominating win to solidify his dominance in his professional debut.
Hopeton joined MyMMANews reporter Adam Crist fresh off of his victory to discuss his pro debut and everything that lead to such a dominating win!Follow MyMMANews.com on Social Media
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