Posted on: 10/25/2012
Torque Sports and Performance is proud to be in the ring supporting some of the most exciting rising talents in MMA. Resurrection Fighting Alliance (RFA) in Las Vegas for its fourth installment on Friday, November 2nd, 2012, which will take place at the Dallas Event Center inside Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Derrick Burnsed, Chris Holdsworth and Sergio "The Phenom" Pettis, all step into RFA with impressive records and tons of skill.
Derrick Burnsed, born June 9th, 1980, is an American Mixed Martial Artist based out of Sacramento, Ca. At 155 pounds, Burnsed has compiled a record of 10 wins and 2 losses and has held the belt for the Rebel Fighter promotion as well as multiple amateur Kickboxing titles. Since 2010, Burnsed has joined forces with world renowned Team Alpha Male, where he hones his strengths of his standup, kickboxing and BJJ. Burnsed is currently on 3 fight win streak and faces a very experienced fighter in Dakota Cochrane on November 2nd in Las Vegas, NV for RFA promotion.
“I feel that I am very close to making it to the big show. With a dominate win on November 2nd, I will prove to myself and my fans that I belong there.”
Chris "holds it down" Holdsworth steps into the ring with a 10-0 amature record and 3-0 pro. With no blemishes on his record Chris hopes to extend his impressive streak and dominance. 25 year old Chris holds a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt under Mark Laymon and Trains at team alpha male, Sacramento Ca. At 5'11" and a 72" reach and a well rounded arsenal of techniques Holdsworth has the tools to become a popular name in Bantam weight MMA.
"MY goals are to keep winning fights and compete at the highest level possible. I want to fight the best fighters in the world..These goals are going to lead me to my ultimate goal, which is becoming The UFC World Champion at 135lb."
Sergio "The Phenom" Pettis is one of the best bantamweight prospects in the sport today. At 18 years old, Sergio has already amassed a professional record of 5 wins and 0 losses and a combined pro-am record of 8-0. He has finished five opponents in the first round. He is the younger brother of MMA standout Anthony Pettis and trains under Duke Roufus at Roufusport in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.