Another professional mixed martial artist just made his pro wrestling debut and this time, it is the son of Mixed Martial Arts fighter-turned-hollywood actor, Randy Couture.

Ryan Couture is not only the son of an MMA legend but a pro MMA fighter as well. He currently competes in the welterweight division under Bellator but just over a week ago, Couture made his pro wrestling debut under the promotion "Future Stars of Wrestling".

Before his pro wrestling debut, the younger Couture spoke with Cageside Press to share his thoughts and discuss more about the event.

He said that he is taking a break from fighting and has been enjoying coaching lately.

"Kind of been taking a break from fighting, and focusing on the gym and coaching, really enjoying that," Couture said.

As a pro MMA fighter, the 36-year-old veteran admitted that even if his next fight is not a "real fight," there was still a bit of pressure on his part en route to his first pro wrestling match.

"Gave into some peer pressure, doing my first ever pro wrestling match on Friday at an FSW event here in town. That should be a laugh if nothing else," he admitted. Although Couture was one of the stars in that said pro wrestling event, he did not mention that he will shift to pro wrestling for good.

Aside from Couture, several famous names in MMA were apparently part of the event, including former UFC heavyweight champ Frank Mir and Ultimate Fighter contender Stephan Bonnar.

"I believe the main event is Frank Mir and Tom Lawlor, Stephan Bonnar’s on there somewhere, Gina’s wrestling Kyra Batara, she’s at least locally a well-known name in MMA."

The event titled "Natural Born Killers" and it is indeed filled with not just former MMA fighters but former UFC stars as well. Among the former UFC fighters in the card, MMA legend Dan Severn is considered to be the most iconic one.

It seems like more and more MMA fighters are making a switch to pro wrestling in the past couple of years. Former UFC Women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey was the most recent UFC star to ever make it to WWE, the biggest pro wrestling promotion in the world.

Just over a month ago, former UFC middleweight champ George's St-Pierre has also stated that he might consider making a special appearance in WWE in the future.

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Former pro MMA and UFC fighters make the jump to professional wrestling at "Future Stars Of Wrestling." Future Stars Of Wrestling