Undefeated middleweight Eryk Anders will make his Legacy Fighting Alliance (LFA) debut in two weeks at LFA 6 as he will meet Larry Crowe in the co-main event of the fight card coming from the Cowboys Dancehall in San Antonio, Texas.

Anders (6-0) made his professional mixed martial arts debut in 2015 and five of his six wins have come by finish. He enters this fight following a 23-second win at Bellator 162 in October and his last three wins have come in the first round.

On this edition of “The MMA Report Podcast Extra,” Anders talks about the decision to sign with LFA and his fight in two weeks against Crowe at LFA 6.

2 Responses

  1. RODNEY P

    It’s a shame Bellator did not sign him to a contract after his performance on their preliminary card. Hopefully, he keeps on performing well and a major MMA organization will sign him to a multi-fight contract.

    • Jason Floyd

      I would have figured after his performance in October that Bellator would have made a push to sign him since they need to add depth to the middleweight division. A year or two from now, Bellator might be kicking themselves for not signing him. It’s a great signing for LFA and as long as he succeeds there, I expect his next promotion will be the UFC.