Thomas Gifford (14-7, 2 NC) recaps his first-round stoppage win over Trey Ogden (10-3) at KCFA 29 on July 28 where he successfully defended his 155-pound KCFA title. Gifford won the fight and retained the title by way of first round submission from a guillotine choke. Thomas also talks about his game plan heading into the fight, how he’s turned his career around from an 8-6 record to a 14-7 record. He also talks about a potential matchup against Zach Fears for V3 Fights and his love for the outdoors.
KCFA Lightweight Champ Thomas Gifford Interview:
Kansas City Fighting Alliance 29 was held at the Truman Memorial Building in Independence, Missouri.
Covering MMA since 2008, James Lynch is a freelance MMA journalist for MyMMANews and other notable outlets. He’s also a commentator for Rise Fighting Championships. Follow him on Twitter/Instagram @LynchOnSports