Mackenzie Dern Stays Undefeated At Fight To Win Pro, Who Can Challenge Her?

Dern Inspires The Next Generation After Win
Mackenzie Dern has been one of the most active champions within the Fight to Win Promotion, adding another win to her flawless record this past weekend at Fight to Win Pro 25. Dern challenged the no-gi World Champion Pati Fontes in the main event on Saturday in front of her hometown crowd in Scottsdale Arizona. 

The fight was Dern's most impressive performance to date. She passed Fontes' guard moments into the match and went to work immediately on a brabo choke. She finished the fight from mount in less than three minutes. Which although is not a record for Mackenzie (14 seconds), still is quite impressive!

Watch all three of Mackenzie Dern's performances at Fight to Win below. Who would you like see challenge her at the next show?

Mackenzie Dern vs Pati Fontes



Mackenzie Dern vs Rossie Snow


Mackenzie Dern vs Talita Alencar


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