Muhammad Ali’s Grandson Will Have His Second PFL Fight In April

Muhammad Ali’s grandson, Biaggio Ali Walsh, is readying himself for his second PFL bout on April 7th, 2023, in Las Vegas.

The card is likely to be headlined by Ante Delija and Yorgan De Castro, but it will give Walsh an opportunity to establish himself.

Walsh’s first PFL fight was against Tom Graesser in a lightweight amateur match. It was short-lived, as Walsh delivered some sharp strikes at the start of the first round, causing Graesser to bleed.

A powerful right hand at 45 seconds into the round sent Graesser to the ground, and Walsh was quickly declared the victor.

He has not fought professionally in Mixed Martial Arts. He has a 2-1 record in the amateurs. He lost his first fight, as he became ensnared in a rear-naked choke two minutes into the second round.

Despite an initial defeat, Walsh achieved two consecutive triumphs. Prior to entering the world of mixed martial arts, Walsh participated in the American football program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV Rebels).

But as the 2023 PFL season rapidly approaches, Walsh may be on the brink of becoming an established figure in the world of professional fighting.

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