MMA fighter Nick Newell has remained unbeatable. His winnings continued on Friday night when his pro-record increased to 6-0 following a first round stoppage at the XFC 15 in Tampa, Fla.
Newell, 25, took charge of the match early on to beat Denis Hernandez, taking the fighter with ease. The thing is, Newell has managed to keep up his winnings without a forearm or fist on his left arm.
According to Yahoo Sports, Newell made his debut in MMA in June of 2009 and has won 153 wrestling matches during school.
My goal is to prove that people with disabilities can go out and win, Newell told MMAFighting.com in 2009. It's more of a message I'd like to send, that if you have a goal, go out and do it. Try it, whether it's fighting or something else. Whether you want to be the best at your job, or at sports, just do your best. Give it everything you have. Winning is very important to me, but at the end of the day, even if I lose, as long as I know I gave it everything I had, there's no shame in that.
Newell hopes to fight in the UFC, noting that it's every fighter's goal as he always want to win and be the best.
You can watch Newell cruise to victory in the video below: