If you haven’t heard about Bryce Mitchel by now, you will soon.
Bryce Mitchel had a 9-0 professional record before he was selected for the reality TV show “The Ultimate Fighter”. Mitchel made it to the semifinals of TUF before he was defeated by the eventual winner Brad Katona. That was also Michel’s last defeat as his UFC career has begun to skyrocket.
Bryce “Thug Nasty” Mitchel was awarded a contract even after his semifinal loss and made the most of it. Mitchel has gone 5-0 in his UFC career starting at the TUF 27 finale with a win over Tyler Diamond. He is now the number 13th ranked fighter in the featherweight division. As a result, of dominating Charles Rosa and defeating Andre Fili. It should be noted, both were unanimous decision victories.
SAVED by the bell! 😳
— UFC (@ufc) May 9, 2020
Bryce Mitchel has been sidelined due to a broken hand at UFC on ESPN+ 39 in his victory over Fili. He broke his hand in the first round but as the warrior, he is it did not stop him from throwing it. Although this injury wasn’t as gruesome as the one he had to his groin in a power drill incident it will take him significant time until he can get back in the octagon. The submission artist Mitchel is on the rise. Bryce now carries a 14-0 professional record with nine wins by way of submission. “Thug Nasty” is my most dangerous prospect to look out for in the UFC in 2021.