Detroit, MI- One of the top amateur fighters in Michigan will finally make his pro debut. Floyd Jones (0-0) out of Michigan top team makes his leap into the pro ranks against Andrew Crushshon (0-2). This bout will be contested in the welterweight division.
After an impressive amateur career, Floyd Jones is now ready for the pros. He started his MMA amateur career in 2013 and put up a (8-3) record after losing his first two bouts as well. He is no stranger to the WXC steel having fought seven times for the organization so far. He has not fought since September of 2017 but after more than five years of fighting, he is ready to take the next step in his career and his hungry to return to the cage. Of his eight amateur wins, he finished seven of them. Two were by knockout and five were by submission.
Andrew Crushshon returns to the WXC steel after fighting at WXC 73 in August of 2018. He fought to a decision loss against Denato Richardson. Although that fight didn’t go his way, he showed a lot of improvement from his pro debut were he got submitted in the first round. Crushshon is used to fighting at welterweight where his opponent in Jones has spent a lot of time fighting down at lightweight. That may give Crushshon a big advantage into making sure he is the one who walks away with their first pro win.
More fights for WXC 75 on Friday February 1st, 2019 at Crystal Gardens in Southgate, MI will be announced in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for more information. Tickets are on sale and priced as follows; $30-General Admission, $45-Mid-level seats, $65-Cageside, and VIP Tables-$1,000 which seats up to 8 people. Click here to purchase tickets for WXC 75.