He’s stopped five of the six opponents he’s beaten, and after recently signing a multi-fight deal with Legacy Fighting Alliance (LFA), former Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker and top undefeated middleweight prospect Eryk Anders (6-0) sat down with Pro MMA Now to give us an update.
How did you signing with LFA come together?
My management team, Jason House and Iridium Sports Agency, has a great relationship with LFA. I recently signed with Jason and he got right to work, and he’s already making waves for me.
How excited are you to be involved with LFA, arguably the top regional show in North America?
I’m very excited. LFA is the top feeder league to the UFC. If I do well here, there’s no doubt I’ll get my opportunity to go to the UFC. I’m excited to fight for them, win the belt, hold it for a bit, and then see where we can get to from there.
What can LFA fans expect of you?
Finishes. Every time I step into the cage, I’m looking to get the knockout, TKO or submission. I’m trying to get out of there as quickly as possible. They can expect a lot of finishes.