About a year ago, ‘KO’ Kaleio Romero earned his nickname like stripes on a Jiu-Jitsu belt, and the undefeated prospect stamped his poetic alter ego on Epic Fighting’s canvas with the head of Christian Stolp at Epic Fighting 35.
At Nor Cal Fight Series (NCFS) 3, ‘KO’ was birthed with a right hand that left his opponent dead in the water—at least without the referee’s intervention.
Since joining Team Alpha Male, the new wrinkles in Romero’s game allowed him to smash Stolp flat on August 18, 2017. Romero’s sacrificial suplex at the thirty-five second mark knocked the warm body placed before him out cold.
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