Мansher “Munch” Khera has had a chaotic year, but it hasn’t stopped the middleweight grappler from operating at the highest levels of the sport.
A well-publicized and controversial departure from the Marcelo Garcia Academy in New York City saw Khera head across town to train at Unity Jiu-Jitsu. He first officially represented the team at last month’s ADCC in Finland, where went out in the second round via a close 0-0 decision to silver medalist Lucas Lepri.
Next up for Khera is a submission-only no-gi superfight versus Dom Hoskins at Fight To Win Pro 51, which will take place Friday in Brooklyn.
“After Fight To Win Pro 51 I’ll be competing on Dec. 9 at Kasai Pro, which will consist of some of the best lightweight competitors in the world with big prize money. Then a week after I will be at No-Gi Worlds at my new weight of middleweight”.
Next year he’s looking to make his MMA debut.
Last modified: November 9, 2017