Welterweight | 28 | Las Vegas, Nevada, US | 5-0 | Win streak: 11 | 3 KO/TKOs, 2 Submissions
If you want someone that’s going to put on a show every time they step into that cage, well, Josh Quinlan is your man. Across his pro and amateur career he’s managed to keep an undefeated record being 11-0 combined. That along with putting on many memorable fights. From his Tuff-N-Uff amateur title win to his highlight-reel knockout in his LFA debut. That followed by his last two LFA performances showcasing a lot heart, skill, and toughness. The question is still up in the air as to if he’s a UFC talent yet but a spot on the Contender Series is warranted.
Heavyweight | 22 | Maneadero, Mexico | 7-0 | Win streak: 7 | 6 KO/TKOs, 2 Submissions
Among all the top heavyweight prospects one you may not hear about much is Jesus “El Tanque” Navarrete. Although his level of competition hasn’t been the best, it still hasn’t been as bad as we have seen in the past. Being only 22 and with an awesome record of 7-0 it’s time to start noticing this young man. He may not look the part of an athlete but the Mexican has that smooth Mexican boxing. And there’s always a need for heavyweight bodies.