Guam - Pacific X-treme
Combat (PXC), the premier MMA organization in the Asia-Pacific region, is proud
to support yet another PXC Fighter making the move to The UFC (Ultimate
Fighting Championship), the world's top MMA organization.
PXC Lightweight star, Jon Tuck, has been signed by The UFC and
will make his debut on November 10 in Macau on the main card against China's Tiequan
Zhang. Tuck trains with Universal Alliance and SPIKE22/Ground Fu in Guam, as well
as The Arena in San Diego,
and has made a name for himself as an Abu Dhabi Champion, as well as featured
fighter on The Ultimate Fighter reality show earlier this year.
Tuck has competed in PXC events since 2007, with a professional
record of 6 wins with no losses. In 2009, Tuck recorded a win against Filipino
MMA fighter, Edward Folayang, with a vicious knock-out in less than 10 seconds.
In November, Tuck will be facing UFC fighter, "The Mongolian Wolf"
Tiequan Zhang (1-2 in UFC bouts, 18-3 overall).
Jon Tuck joins Hyun Gyu Lim from South Korea as the most recent PXC
fighters to be signed by The UFC. PXC has featured UFC talent including Dan
Severn, Jeremy Horn, Roy Nelson, Rich Clementi and Eddie Yagin throughout its
33 professional events.