Over the years I have had some experience in several different fighting arts;Muay, Tai/Kickboxing, Boxing, Judo and Karate.
I’ve also mixed it up on the streets as a doorman for many years in many different venues.
The only discipline I train now is Machado Brazilian Ju-Jitsu under Tony Morris. I train 2 nights a week as part of my schedule. As I approach a competition I will increase sessions to 5 nights a week.
Note: Brazilian Ju-Jitsu is considered the foundation of both “extreme fighting” and U.F.C. cage fights. All fighters now need to be experts on the ground and in the clinch otherwise success will be extremely limited!!
90% of fights that I’ve had on the streets involved grappling clinches and ground fighting. That is why I train Machado Brazilian Ju-Jitsu. B.J.J. is the most formidable and comprehensive grappling discipline in the world!!!
Just mucking around with trainer Tony Morris after winning a Machado Brazilian Jujitsu Tournament.