Muay Thai Record: Wins 18, Losses 4, Draw
or No Contest 1.
Last Three Fights
1.) 5/11/2018 (Lucky Strikes NYC)
MajorityDecision AM Thai Boxing 135lbs Vs Eric
2.) 5/11/2018 (Lucky Strikes NYC)
Majority Decision Amateur Thai Boxing 135lbs Vs
3.) 5/11/2018 (Lucky Strikes
TKO Victory Amateur Thai Boxing 135lbs
Vs Kenny Mediina
Titles (list titles
and date won)
Friday Night Fights
Champions Cup Tournament Winner, May 2018
140lbs Junior Welterweight Championship, March 2017
140 lbs USMTO open division tournament Champion,
1. What is the
primary style of martial arts or fighting you
2. What other styles do you or have you
3. How old were you when
you started training martial arts?
Eight years old; studying taekwondo.
4. What got you into martial arts to begin
My parents got me involved at a
local recreation centers program as an extracurricular
5. What made you
want to start competing?
figure out if what I was learning would be able to be
applied in practice...the practicality of what I was
6. Who are your
heroes in the martial arts world?
Bruce Lee, Senchai, Bernard Hopkins Ojen Topic, Joe
7. What are
your current goals?
appropriate division...fight for the US at the
I.F.M.A. and make the WKA world championship teams.
8. How do you train for a fight?
I do a lot of sprints. I focus on core balance and
functional movement in preparation for a fight.
9. What do you do for a living?
I am the martial arts instructor at Rutgers
I also work as a trainer at a
wellness center at a hospital working with average
patience who are rehab conditioning and undergoing
physical movement training.
What else besides martial arts do you do for
I like hiking trails,
walking creeks, and running. While indoors I love
playing video games or looking up subjects that I am
11. Any exciting
upcoming fights you’re looking forward to?
Warriors cup in New York City this July into major
tournaments I hope to compete in.
12. What makes your style or training unique?
My style of training is to increase the amount of
sprints that I do daily. I focus on core balance and
functional movement to make myself more fluid to my
opponent during the fight.
What’s your advice for new fighters?
"The biggest thing that I've learned is not to train
on making weight...focus on the fighter in front of
you...fighters focus so much on making weight that
they lose the enjoyment of the process...learn your
body first and making weight will be more fluid...so
many fighters fade away because they aren't
steady...love what you do...when you love what you do
you are steady...but when you 'weight cut' too much
it's psychologically stressful on you...and mentally
stressful on you...and you lose the love of the game.