Josh fremd scored an outstanding victory on Friday in LFA 89, after a shocking knockout that caught the attention of many. The victor (5-1) defeated Lamar Gosey (3-1) with just 86 seconds into the first round of their light heavyweight competition, which was held at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, SD. While on his opponent’s back and holding a half nelson, Fremd landed with a right knee that sent Gosey straight to the mat. No follow-up shots were needed, as Gosey was completely unconscious.
With victory, FremdThe 26-year-old has finished off his opponent in four of his five career victories. There’s no denying that 2020 hasn’t been the best of years for the middleweight, but Josh he knows that the best is coming for him. After a split decision victory over Travis Davis at Pinnacle FC 18 on December 22 of last year, he has been on the sidelines, first dealing with injury and then being forced into lockdown due to the novel coronavirus.
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“The day after Christmas I was training, helping someone get ready for a fight, and I ended up breaking my orbital (bone). I had surgery on January 7 to repair my broken orbital. Literally when I was healed and ready to go back and forth to the gym, and maybe I was in the gym for a week or so, the coronavirus hit me. It was then when everything began to close and the gyms were not open “, began saying before the fight, the one who dreams of stepping on the UFC.
“I was really nervous about whether I was going to go back there (to fight) this year. Fortunately I had a lot of friends and my girlfriend to keep my head straight and feed me positivity. With the gyms closed, deadly knee! Shocking knockout at LFA 89 went viral, we tried to get a secret workout. I really took the mountains; just running, lifting weights, training high in the mountains; Fortunately my apartment has a pool, so I swam a lot and things like that, ”the MMA fighter highlighted.
To close, Fremd he had said, ‘I don’t know much about my opponent. I don’t really think too much about what he’s going to bring to the table. I’m very focused on what I’m going to bring to the table and what I’m going to act on. I am excited to show what I believe I am now. I am much more confident. My strike has grown exponentially since I moved to Denver. I can’t wait to prove who I am. Stand up, wrestling, clinch, everywhere I think I’m going to be the best man. I like to have goals and I like to plan how it will go. I’m going to get through this fight, win this fight, and hopefully come back ASAP. I want to fight as many times as I can before the year is out and make up for lost time.