Anthony Hernandez Eyes LFA’s Middleweight Title at LFA 32

Since transitioning to the professional ranks in 2014, Anthony ‘Fluffy’ Hernandez (5-0) hasn’t required more than a singular round to separate himself as a 185-pound prospect.

Five straight finishes later, Hernandez penned a deal with Legacy Fighting Alliance (LFA).

Known as ‘Fluffy,’ Hernandez has been handed hard-nosed opponents, and the product of Marinoble’s Martial Arts and MMAGOLD has left each one, whether by knockout or submission, as a contorted mess of flesh on the canvas.

Once the ink dried on his contract with LFA, a high-profile MMA promotion broadcasted live on AXS TV, Hernandez hopped on Twitter to kiss the cages he’s called home in Northern California good-bye:

LFA didn’t only want to acquire Hernandez’s hellacious handiwork for multiple outings, but they positioned him to become the face of their middleweight division, pairing him in the main event against Brendan Allen (8-2) for the vacant LFA Middleweight Title.

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