Zion Clark just won his professional MMA debut. In his professional MMA debut on Saturday, Clark, a 25-year-old former collegiate wrestler born without legs due to a rare birth disorder, defeated Eugene Murray by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) at Gladiator Challenge: Seasons Beatings, which was held at the Valley Center in San Diego, California.
Over the course of the three rounds, Clark, who is also the quickest person to walk on their hands according to Guinness World Records, used his wrestling foundation to overpower Murray.
The documentary "Zion," which chronicles the motivational tale of the Ohio native who spent years trapped in the foster care system before finding his way, previously featured Clark's extraordinary journey to athletic achievement.
You can see the video featuring the match of Zion Clark below.
Zion Clark won his MMA debut tonight via UD.— Spinnin Backfist (@SpinninBackfist) December 18, 2022
Absolute legend! What a takedown. pic.twitter.com/G8Z5a0Q3af