How did you get into the sport of martial arts?
As long as I can remember I’ve always been drawn towards Martial Arts.  It wasn’t until I moved to the lower mainland when I started getting more involved, and the Revolution Fight Team has been helping me along the way 

What is your favorite strike or submission?
Strike: Left hook
Submission: Triangle choke 

What or who is your biggest inspiration?
My dad.  He passed away from cancer this year.  He always supported me in whatever I decided to do.  He taught me life is to short do what makes you happy and live with no regrets. 

Who do you train with? Why? Who pushes you the hardest in the gym?
I train with the Revolution Fight Team out of Langley.  There is a great deal of experience coming out of the gym.  I’d have to say that my teammates push me the hardest. 

Where do you feel most comfortable in a fight?
Standing and Striking 

What was your childhood and adolescents like?
My childhood was good, I grew up in a good family. Although I did walk down a beaten path in my teen years, somewhere down the line I eventually turned my life around and started becoming a positive role model within my community 

If you could say one thing to your opponent what would it be?
Good luck 

What makes you different than any other local MMA fighter  in your weight class?
I think what makes me different is that I am going out there to have fun.  I like challenges that’s why I compete as often as I can, whether its boxing, muay thai, mma, jiu jitsu etc.

If you could watch anyone fight in any era who would it be?
Bruce Lee 

What do you want to be remembered for?
Not giving up.





 
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