At ACB 70, Kane Mousah picked up his biggest win to-date, beating former featherweight champion Alex Enlund in Sheffield.
The highly anticipated fight marked Enlund’s return to the cage after one year out due to medical issues and his first fight since being released from the UFC. Despite the narrative being focused on Enlund, it was Mousah who rose to the occasion in Sheffield, putting on a very physical showing.
The judges awarded the unanimous decision to Mousah, and it’s a fight which he explained to MMA Plus, he was finally able to show his true ability after less than impressive outings in the past against Lewis Monarch and Marc Diakiese.
He also confirmed that he intends to move down to 145lbs and discussed the potential of fighting Liverpool rival Paddy Pimblett in the near future, before promoting that his teammate Brendan Loughnane should be the one to put the Scouser in his place.