California’s Central Valley understands the greatness within Jose Avalos, and after accepting a last-minute match-up with Legacy Fighting Alliance (LFA), the world of mixed martial arts will be able to share a similar level of recognition.
Avalos put a bow on 2017 with a move to MMA’s professional ranks. In his debut, the product of Parlier’s nonstop pressure, hard slams, and inescapable grasp in grappling exchanges at Tachi Palace Fights 33 broke his opponent—literally snapping his shoulder from its socket—and caused the doctor to call an end to the contest.
Those tuned-in to sherdog.com‘s online stream of TPF 33, as Avalos’ hometown faithful most certainly were, witnessed a sound skillset for the sport of MMA. Two days after Avalos had his hand raised in the heart of Lemoore’s Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino, his brother, Christian Avalos, earned the 559 Fights Welterweight Title, an amateur championship from a coveted promotion in the area. To honor the efforts of the Avalos Brothers as pillars of the community, the Mayor of Parlier, Alma Beltran, and the City Council, awarded them a certificate to champion their potential as prospects on the rise.
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Next up for the naturally designed bantamweight from Ralph’s House Gym is a featherweight affair against Jeffrey Glossner in LFA’s latest edition, LFA 30. Anyone consuming AXS TV’s broadcast from Costa Mesa, California on January 12, 2018 can become infected with the buzz surrounding Avalos and give them something to write home about.