Coming off his fourth career MMA win in his Legacy Fighting Champion debut, Robert Drysdale returns to action November 16th in the LFC 15 main event. The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt with a long list of accolades will take on Chris Reed, who will be making his promotional debut.
Drysdale (4-0) has spent only 6:37 inside the cage in his four wins, collecting all of them via first round submission. His last outing was an armbar submission in just over 90 seconds against Isaac Villanueva at LFC 12. That shouldn’t be a surprise coming from the owner of “Drysdale Jiu-Jitsu” who trains MMA stars like the former UFC lightweight champion Forest Griffin.
Reed (4-1) will be stepping into the Legacy Fighting Champion cage for the first time in easily the biggest fight of his career. Reed is coming off a TKO in back in July and fighting out of Texas he should have the support of the crowd.
Stylistically this fight will be the grappling of Robert Drysdale versus the Striking of Chris Reed. Whoever can keep the fight in their will be the one to have their hands raised at LFC 15.
The complete LFC 15 fight card will feature seven main card bouts and 13 fights in all.
205 lbs. – Robert Drysdale vs. Chris Reed
155 lbs. – Carlos Diego Ferriera v. Ray Blodget
135 lbs. – Saul Elizondo vs. Angel Huerta
185 lbs. – Jon Kirk v. Bubba Bush
135 lbs. – Cody Williams vs. Thomas de Almeida
170 lbs. – Rashon Lewis vs. Charlie Ontiveros
125 lbs. – Marcus Dupar vs. Matt Schnell
170 lbs. – Shawn Machado v. Mike Bronzoulis
125 lbs. – Ryan Hollis vs. Will Spidle
135 lbs. – Daniel Delgado vs. Domingo Pilarte
135 lbs. – Colin Wright vs. . Gerzan Chaw
170 lbs. – Kaileb Cummins v. Levi West
155 lbs. – Eric Garcia vs. Mark Garcia
Robert Drysdale will look to make it five for five at LFC 15 from the Arena Theatre in Houston, Texas on November 16th, live on AXS TV.