Melbourne, Australia’s Kitt Campbell knew long before he stepped into a ring or cage that professional fighting was something that he wanted to try his hand at. Having first made inroads into the combat sports world when his Dad enrolled him in judo at 15 years old, and having been an avid MMA fan from a young age, Campbell thirsted for the opportunity to test himself.
Nine years later, Campbell has made a name as one of Australia’s most promising prospects, piecing together a 10-3 record that included a stint as the HEX welterweight champion. On June 24, he will return to middleweight after a six-fight stint at 170 pounds and attempt to wrest the Eternal MMA middleweight crown from Robert Whittaker protégé Isi Fitikefu at the Melbourne Pavilion. Following that, he’s got his eyes set on signing with the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
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