Frankie Edgar Underground Fight Against Eric Uresk
The current number one UFC featherweight contender Frankie Edgar. Taking on Eric Uresk Wayback in 2005 at an Underground New York City MMA event. Long before there was any talk of mixed martial arts being sanctioned in the Big Apple. Frankie has been a pioneer in the lighter divisions. And it’s a testament to his tenacity and quality, that he is still competing at such a high level to this day.
This weekend he faces Brian ‘T-City’ Ortega at UFC 222. As he looks to ensure his place in line to face the current champion Max Holloway. Who was forced to pull out of the fight due to injury. But first, let us take a look at Edgar bak in the day when he was just beginning in the sport and looking for a way to sharpen his tools.
Although some grainy footage, we can still get an idea of what it was like at these underground MMA events in New York. Frankie Edgar would go on to be one of the most iconic fighters in modern mixed martial arts. And one of those guys you cannot help but cheer for. Let us take a look at this particular fight and whether The Answer was able to get the win inside the ring.