By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — Stephen Moleski picked up his first career pro MMA win on Friday night at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He defeated Travis Foster in the co-main event at Art of War Cage Fighting 5.
The 32-year-old Moleski won a unanimous decision over Foster. All three judges had the scores 29-28 in favor of Moleski.
This was the first-time that Moleski was fighting in Art of War Cage Fighting. He previously fought in Shogun Fights and Strike Off.
Prior to the win, Moleski went the distance in his previous two fights, but lost them both via unanimous decision. He lost to Maik Ferrante at Shogun Fights 14 on April 16th, 2016.
He also lost a unanimous decision to Trevor Thompson at Shogun Fights 17 on October 7th, 2017.
This was the second-time he fought in February in his career. He lost in a first-round to Willie Floyd at Strike Off 4 on February 28th, 2015.
Foster fell to 2-6 in his pro MMA career. He has lost his past two fights, as he was defeated by unanimous decision by Adan Vigil at Rocky Mountain Rubicon 6 on November 18th, 2017.
This was the first-time that Foster has fought for Art of War Cage Fighting. Besides fighting for Rocky Mountain Rubicon 6, he previously fought for Maverick MMA 3, Dead Serious Pro 1, Ring of Combat 58, CES 41: Bessette vs. Croom, Dead Serious 20, and Ring of Combat 54.
Foster’s two wins came in 2017. He defeated Sean Monahan on May 13th, 2017 via a unanimous decision at Dead Serious Pro 1.
He then defeated Ricky Nuno via submission due to rear-naked choke on September 30th, 2017 at Maverick MMA 3.
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