Eddie "The Sultan" Saldana

Eddie “The Sultan” Saldana grew up in the city of Lynn, MA. 

Even at a young age, The “Sultan” had a desire to learn different forms of martial arts.

At age 7, Eddie learned the art of Tang Soo Do.  As he grew older, he expanded his horizons by
 learning other forms of martial arts, such as Tae Kwon Do and Kempo Karate.

Eddie Saldana entered into the world of Mixed Martial Arts in August 2005. 

After eight months of hard work and training, he entered the ring for the first time as a professional MMA fighter.

Since April 2006, Eddie “The Sultan” Saldana has had an impressive professional record of 4 wins and 2 losses.

All four of his wins were finished in the first round!  Two wins by TKO and two wins by submissions.

Eddie has been ranked top 10 in New England at every weight he has fought
including Heavyweight, Light-heavyweight and Middleweight.

During this time, he earned three stripes on his BJJ Purple Belt and a blue mongkol
under Kru Mark DellaGrotte, owner of Sityodtong, a Muay Thai and MMA gym located in Somerville, MA.

Outside of the Cage, Eddie was also busy winning many NAGA tournaments at the blue belt level. 

He has also won in the intermediate and advanced grappling- no gi divisions.

 Whenever E
ddie is not training for a fight,he is often seen either teaching his amazing skills to other students
at Sityodtong or cornering fellow teammates at local MMA and NAGA events

Life is Hard. Fighting is
is very proud to be one of The Sultan’s many sponsors for

his upcoming fight on February 25, 2012 at the Mohegan Sun Casino. 

He is an example of how life can be hard at times.
While working o
n his MMA career,
Eddie earned a bachelor’s degree
in mechanical engineering technology at

Wentworth Institute of Technology, located in Boston, MA. 

After graduating from college, he continued training hard and educating others
in the arts of BJJ and Muay Thai, all while working a full-time job as an engineer. 

Needless to say, a very difficult task that he was able to complete with ease.

Unfortunately, he lost his fight in the third round due to ref stoppage. 
He gave an amazing performance despite being out of the cage for several years.
  We are extremely proud of Eddie!  We are looking forward to his next time in the cage!

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