HomeUFCEric “Evening Time” Nolan in search of fifth straight win, transfer to subsequent stage
Eric “Evening Time” Nolan in search of fifth straight win, transfer to subsequent stage
March 31, 2021
Eric “Evening Time” Nolan (4-0) will probably be preventing for the fifth as an novice and an expert profession will not be far behind. Nolan will face MPR Endurance MMA’s Obinna Egbebike (3-1) at CFFC 95 in Philadelphia. This is a wonderful match-up of two high quality males and camps. Nolan is preventing out of Dante Rivera BJJ in Freehold, NJ and has a really good expertise pool of different fighters who helped him prepare for his bout.
Nolan has been wrestling since he was a youth after which he joined the Marine Corps after highschool. It was throughout his army service the place he actually discovered his love for combined martial arts. Nolan tells MyMMANews…
“We used to seek out some kind of coaching each weekend. We might watch the fights and I fell in love with MMA and had my first battle was whereas I used to be nonetheless within the Marines which was fairly cool. I discovered Ash (Ashure Elbanna). Effectively, Ash discovered me after which we discovered Dante’s and the remaining is historical past. We’re right here now and have a bunch of different nice coaching companions however Ash has been extra influential in my profession than anybody. I’m excited to lastly get again in there after a 12 months as a result of Covid stuff and prepared for my finest efficiency ever.”
With a strong wrestling base, a Marine’s angle and work ethic together with a robust staff behind him, I wouldn’t be shocked to see Nolan transfer into the professional ranks very quickly. With a powerful win over Egbebike, this very effectively might be the final time that he fights at no cost.
You may try our full interview on the hyperlink above. You may checkout the total outcomes on April 2nd proper right here on MyMMANews.com. CFFC 95 can even be streamed stay on UFC Struggle Cross.
Commentator for Artwork of Battle Cagefighting. Greater than 10 years expertise within the PA/NJ regional MMA circuit. Commentator/publish battle interviews. Tv/media/occasion manufacturing. The story of the fighter is what Bob loves concerning the sport. From the bottom stage, to the very best, he solely cares concerning the two warriors who do battle as soon as the cage doorways shut. All the pieces else is secondary. With out their blood, sweat, and tears, he wouldn’t be right here having fun with each minute.