UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes’ son Brandon Mills set for professional debut

A UFC championship bloodline could one day continue.

There’s still a long way to go, but Brandon Mills, son of UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes, will make his professional MMA debut Oct. 14 after an undefeated amateur career.

A 21-year-old featherweight up-and-comer, Mills (0-0) will fight Jordan Clark (2-1) at Caged Aggression 36: Bad Blood Night 2, promoter Mike Goodwin recently told MMA Junkie.

The event takes place at River Center in Davenport, Iowa and is headlined by Pat Miletich vs. Mike Jackson.

Mills went 4-0 as an amateur from June 2021 to April 2023 with three wins for Caged Aggression and one for LFA. Three of his four victories were rear-naked choke submissions and the fourth a unanimous decision. Mills trains out of American Top Team in Coconut Creek, Fla.

Story originally appeared on MMA Junkie