The UFC has signed undefeated CFFC champion Sean Brady, who will likely make his promotional debut in his hometown of Philadelphia.
Designated as one of the top prospects outside of the UFC, Sean Brady has finally reached the big stage. Owning a CFFC title and an undefeated record, the welterweight is ready to make noise in the Octagon.
Get to Know Sean Brady:
Sean Brady was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is still living there today. Brady got into MMA from a friend of his from where he trained Muay Thai and jiu-jitsu. Him, his brothers, and a few friends were intrigued, so they tried out the training and ever since he was hooked. Diving in head first, Brady started training in Muay Thai, jiu-jitsu, boxing and wrestling at around the same time. He trains out of Webb Fitness & MMA and at Renzo Gracie Philly, where he holds a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu under Daniel Gracie. In August of 2014, Brady made his pro debut after a 5-0 amateur run and is now currently 10-0 as a pro. Brady has fought for LFA but for the majority of his career, he’s fought for Cage Fury Fighting Championship (CFFC). He won the CFFC title in May of 2017 and has two title defenses with a notable win over former TUF winner Colton Smith.
How Sean Brady Will Fare in the UFC:
Brady is fluid on the mat with control, and even though he only has two submissions, Brady is a major threat on the floor. He’s excellent on the mat but in his most recent bouts, he’s shown to not be one-dimensional. Brady is precise with his strikes and leg kicks. With that said, Brady is so good when mixing in his striking and wrestling. With good IQ, wrestling, grappling, cardio, and improving striking I really think Brady has a good future.
Brady doesn’t have a debut or an opponent set yet but expect him to be on the UFC Philadelphia card.