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UFC signs unbeaten welterweight prospect Sean Brady

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Sean Brady
Vincent Villafane, Legacy Fighting Alliance

Sean Brady is getting the opportunity of his dreams.

On Thursday, Cage Fury Fighting Championships officially announced that the undefeated welterweight prospect has been signed by the UFC. Though Brady is being touted to make his debut at the upcoming UFC on ESPN 2 show on March 30 in his hometown of Philadelphia, that booking has not yet been made official.

The 26-year-old Brady has been making waves on the regional scene, going 10-0 to start his career competing for promotions such as the CFFC and the Legacy Fighting Alliance. He will enter the Octagon coming off of a successful defense of the CFFC 170-pound title on Feb. 16, when he defeated Taj Abdul-Hakim via fourth-round knockout.

Brady currently trains with the Renzo Gracie Philly team and has worked with former UFC lightweight champion and current ONE Championship star Eddie Alvarez.