Team Iridium goes 4-for-4 at UFC Vegas 79
LAS VEGAS — It was a clean sweep for the four Iridium Sports Agency clients competing at UFC Vegas 79 on Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.
Bryan "The Butcher" Battle improved to 5-1 in the UFC with his second straight stoppage victory – a second-round, rear naked choke submission over AJ Fletcher in their welterweight matchup. With the win, the Ultimate Fighter 29 winner upped his overall record to 10-2 (five submissions, three knockouts).
Cody Brundage earned his third UFC victory when his opponent, Jacob Malkoun, was disqualified after repeated illegal blows to the back of Cody’s head in middleweight action. The former Lights Out Championship title holder’s record is now 9-5 (four KOs, three submissions).
Miles "Chapo" Johns climbed to 5-2 in the UFC with his second straight win – a decision over Dan Argueta in the bantamweight division. The former Legacy Fighting Alliance champ’s record is now 14-2 (four knockouts, two submissions).
Montserrat "Monster" Rendon was successful in her highly anticipated UFC debut, earning the decision over Tamires Vidal in women's bantamweight action. Montserrat now sports a spotless 6-0 record.
ABOUT IRIDIUM SPORTS AGENCY
Iridium Sports Agency is a full-service professional management firm for the world’s best combat sports athletes, including UFC World Middleweight Champion Sean “Tarzan” Strickland and former UFC World Flyweight Champion Brandon Moreno and many other athletes in the UFC’s Top 15 rankings. Founded in 2009 by attorney Jason House, Iridium represents more than 100 athletes in the UFC, Bellator and Professional Fighters League, as well as many of the world’s best wrestlers, including reigning Olympic Gold Medalist David Taylor. Iridium's world-wide team of industry-leading agents is devoted to assisting athletes in all aspects of their professional lives, and consistently setting new standards for sports management.