Rodney “Sho Nuff The Master” Wallace, 22-9-1, steps in to face Misha Cirkunov, 7-2, after Ariel Gandulla suffers a torn ACL
Wallace is a record-breaking college running back from the United States and has racked up 32 professional MMA matches since his career began in 2008. He has battled against light heavyweights in both the UFC and Bellator cages, and is ready to rumble with Misha Cirkunov.
“Sho Nuff” is a brawler and has proven time and again he can battle it out for all three, or in this case five, rounds. His extensive professional MMA record gives him a massive experience advantage over Cirkunov, however Cirkunov hasn’t lost a fight since 2012 and Wallace has lost half of his last six bouts. Cirkunov is also younger and has a huge reach advantage, standing a whopping 6-foot-3 while Wallace stands at 5-foot-9.