Kyle Crutchmer remains perfect in his pro MMA career launched last summer.
The former Oklahoma State All-American wrestler won a unanimous decision in a three-round welterweight (170-pound) bout vs. Josh Weston of St. Louis at XFN (Xtreme Fight Night) 356 at River Spirit Casino’s Paradise Cove Theater in Tulsa, Okla. Friday night.
Judges scored the fight 30-27 for the 25-year-old Crutchmer. It was Cowboy mat alum’s first pro MMA bout to go the distance, having won two previous fights by submission and one by TKO.
Crutchmer kept his message on his Facebook page strictly by the numbers: “4-0!!!!” accompanied by a photo of the two-time Big 12 champ and twice an NCAA championships placer.
Meanwhile, Weston was gracious in defeat on his own Facebook page, saying, “Last night didn’t go as I would have liked. Had a good fight but got to congratulate a tough opponent.”
With the win, Crutchmer improves to 4-0 overall since his first fight in June 2018. Weston, 37, now drops to 6-7 in a career going back to 2012.