Jesse Gross Wins What Could Be Final Fight

Jesse Gross MMA

Jesse Gross posses following his win Saturday night along with his ringside team of Justin Durston (left) and UFC fighter Chris Clements (right) – Contributed Photo

Wallaceburg’s Jesse Gross took a win by decision at the Showdown in Downtown in London, Ontario Saturday night, in what could be the MMA fighters last professional bout.

The fight, held as a part of the Professional Fighting Championships promotion, improved Gross’ pro MMA record to 10-4.

He took the fight by a split decision, 29-28 over Justin Jaynes in what was considered the co-main event of the evening.

“It is likely this could very well be the last time this kid, representing Wallaceburg, Ontario, straps on the gloves and steps into the cage,” Jesse Gross told CKSN prior to his fight.

“It’s been an extremely hard and emotional decision for me to make, but I’m without a doubt nearing the end of the road as a professional fighter.”

Nicknamed “The Ghost,” Gross has been fighting professionally for six years.

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