The Biggest Fish in the Alaskan Pond, Nic Herron-Webb Ready to Move Up
Mick Hammond, February 11, 2015, MMA Weekly
While he’s managed to build a successful career over the past seven years in his native Alaska, Nic Herron-Webb knows it’s time to move on.
Undefeated over the last year and a half, Herron-Webb knows there’s not much more for him to accomplish on his home turf.
“I won my last three fights now, so I have a good streak going for me,” he told MMAWeekly.com. “I’m trying to be as active as I can be. I’ve been training hard. I moved down to lightweight from welterweight. I feel like lightweight is a good place for me.
Herron-Webb (15-5) will look to impress the local crowd one last time as he headlines Wednesday’s AFC 133 in Anchorage, Alaska, against Cody Rice (10-8) in an event that will be live streamed on GFL.tv.
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ORDER EVENT – http://www.gfl.tv/event/Fight/MMA/Alaska-Fighting-Championship-113/2768