Allgeier, the former reigning and defending 247 FC bantamweight king, returns for the first time since his loss to Hunter Starner back in February of 2022.
Starner, a 7-0 amateur and now 2-1 pro (with the one loss being a highly contested split decision), proved he’s the real deal. He’ll make noise in MMA for years to come.
Back at Brawl in the Burgh 10, Allgeier was just a slight step behind.
That said, Allgeier feels he’s closed that gap (just listen to him on the latest Pittsburgh Combat Sports Podcast), and he looks forward to proving it at Brawl in the Burgh 17 against Seibert.
If he does?
Well, he’ll be the first man to defeat Seibert –– or even make life inside the cage difficult for him –– to date.
The former West Virginia wrestler Seibert has shown nothing but excellence since starting his MMA career back at Brawl in the Burgh 12 last July.
He notched two dominant wins inside the 247 FC cage before heading to Ohio and West Virginia, where his success continued. He most recently won the New Line Cagefighting title in West Virginia, and now he wants to come back to Pennsylvania to do it again.
Francisco is 4-2 overall –– but he’s won three straight, all via finish.
Inside the 247 FC cage?
Yeah, it’s been a different level for “Deku” lately. He finished his last two opponents in 100 seconds –– combined.
That includes one via submission and one via knockout, but hey, who’s keeping track anyway? (We are. You can watch Miguel’s past fights right here.)
All that said…. Underestimate Wiggins at your own risk.
The Temple MMA product is an absolute stud, and two of his three amateur victories came via first-round knockout. When Francisco needed a dance partner, Wiggins and Temple MMA signed on the dotted line without hesitation.