Mickey Gall will step into the UFC Octagon again in April at UFC 273 when he faces off against Canadian prospect and newcomer Mike Mallot in his UFC debut. Gall will have his hands full with the 7-1-1 Canadian. Gall has won two of his last four and will be hoping to get back into the win column in April.
Mickey Gall was born on January 22, 1992 in Green Brook, NJ and still lives in Jersey to this Day. Gall started training Boxing originally at the age of 13, but would switch to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu three year later at the age of 16. In High School Gall played football and Wrestled at Watchung Hills Regional High School. After High School Gall attended Rutgers University and drove a bread truck to pay for his Jiu Jitsu training. Gall would eventually earn his Black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under David Adiv. In Jiu Jitsu Gall has won multiple NAGA and Grapplers Quest titles and trains out of Gracie New Jersey Academy and Miller Brothers MMA.
Gall would soon turn his focus from grappling to MMA and would take his first amature fight when he faced off against Woodmy Jean in the Cage Fury promotion. Gall would win the Contest by Unanimous Decision. Gall would then go on to face Marvin Nino and would win the bout via Submission (Rear-naked Choke.) In November Gall would make his professional debut at Dead Serious MMA Dead Serious 17. The bout would be featured on Dana White’s looking for a fight show and Gall would find himself in the UFC in his next fight.
Gall would make his UFC debut in February of 2016 when he faced off against Mike Jackson he’d win the bout by Submission. In his next outing he’d face Phil Brooks in September of that same year. He’d win that bout by Submission (Rear-naked Choke.) Gall would then face Sage Northcutt again, winning by Submission (Rear-naked Choke.) He’d Then face Randy Brown and would lose by Unanimous decision. He’d follow a pattern in his following outings Winning one then dropping one. In his last outing he faced Alex Morono losing by Unanimous Decision.
Hopefully Gall gets back into the win column when he faces 7-1-1 Mike Mallot we will certainly be rooting for the Submission specialist.