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UFC Hall of Famer’s son set for professional MMA debut



Matt Hughes and Brandon Mills

UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes and his son Brandon Mills. Photo via Instagram (@matthughes9x)

Brandon Mills, son of UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes, will make his professional MMA debut on October 14.

The featherweight fighter is undefeated as an amateur with a record of 4-0, with three wins coming via submission. In his professional debut Millswill face Jordan Clark at local promotion Caged Aggression 36.

Clark is 2-1 as a pro and made his professional debut back in 2021.

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UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes

Matt Hughes is widely considered among the greatest fighters in the history of MMA. He was inducted in the UFC Hall of Fame back in 2010.

The former two-time UFC welterweight champion defended his strap a then-record seven times. During his career he defeated the best fighters in the sport such as B.J Penn, Georges St-Pierre, Royce Gracie and Sean Sherk.

In his last pro fight, back in September 2011, he suffered a first-round knockout by Josh Koscheck.

“I’m not retiring. I’m just going to tell the UFC to put me up on a shelf for a while, and we’ll see what happens after that,” Huges said after the fight.

The UFC announced the retirement of Hughes on January 24, 2013.

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