While his first two professional MMA fights haven’t quite gone the way he’d envisioned, featherweight prospect Tommy “Spaniard” Aaron has managed to win both, and continue the success he had built in the amateur ranks. Against Jacob Rosales at RFA 33 last year, Aaron was able to pick up a unanimous decision victory, and then followed that up with a first-round TKO of Luke Faultersack at RFA 38 in June. “My debut (against Rosales) I was a little disappointed in my performance,” Aaron said to MMAWeekly.com. “I know I’m a much better fight than how I performed. At the same time, I had a really fun fight and had a great time out there. “The fight with Luke was short, so my thirst for the feeling of the fight really wasn’t quenched.
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