After a couple of years of building Marsh was in a position to break on the national platform and proceeded on to pick up back-to-back wins to the promotion year.

“I had my LFA introduction last year in June and then fought again (for the LFA) in September,” Marsh told MMAWeekly.com. “They went.

“The initial one (versus TeeJay Britton) was pretty quick; I obtained the KO; and created some great buzz. The 2nd one, Dima (Gerasimov) was pretty tough, so it was some fantastic experience. I want to remain busy if anything else. ”

While he hasn’t really been as busy during his pro career as he had been throughout his days as a amateur, Marsh knows that’therefore the nature of the activity sometimes, and can be none the less pleased with the evolution he’s left since turning pro in 20-16.

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This Friday in August, Minnesota,” Marsh (5-1) will look to get his third promotional win in a row when he faces Jake Childers (5-0) in a most important card 145-pound bout at LFA 6 1.

he’s gotten himself on the platform, Marsh is looking to get the next step into his career with a specific goal in mind in 2019.

“Last summer I would like to be about (’s) Contender Series,” said Marsh.

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