Mixed Martial Arts is a new thing to Thailand – however it has grown at a pace that is TRULY amazing. MMA Gyms have popped up in Phuket, Chian Mai, Bangkok and beyond.
The key essense has been muay thai / boxing and brazilian jiu jitsu.
That is fantastic, however Wrestling seems to be one key that has been lacking a little. With maybe 1 or 2 gyms having any wrestling.
Now Phuket Top Team in conjunction with ThailandWrestling.com is introducing Sambo/Collegiate/Freestyle wrestling to the MMA program.
So stay Tuned and watch this spot for more Wrestling news & video clips !
MMA, Wrestling Phuket & Submission Grappling coach Eric Uresk showing a nice step-over armbar variation.
Eric is a Carlson Gracie and Olavo Abreu BJJ Blackbelt, Judo Blackbelt, Elite level GrecoRoman wrestler, former professional MMA athlete & catchwrestling brown belt.
DJ Action Jackson is a Lloyd Irvin Jr. blackbelt, 2 x International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation No-Gi World Champion & 8x IBJJF Gi world champion.
Working with coach Eric Uresk at PhuketTopTeam Wrestling Phuket.
DJ shares some nice details on a guard pass.
Quick Highlights from Another impressive M-1 Global Title defense for Movsar Evloev from PhuketTopTeam MMA & Wrestling training camp Phuket vs Rafael Dias.
And Still M-1 Global Champ, And Still Undefeated 10-0.
The UFC awaits for this young man.
Ben Royale is a young prospect out of PhuketTopTeam MMA & Wrestling Phuket training camp.
Ben was one of the rare amateur mma fighters we have granted full PTT Sponsorship.
An easy pick – when hardwork, dedication & focused young fighters walk through the door.
The coaching team are willing to support talent when it is combined with work ethic.
July 14th Ben Royal heads to Australia for Eternal MMA 35.
Currently 1-0 pro, Ben is looking to pick up another W & continue his career rise.
Lerdsila PhuketTopTeam MMA & Wrestling in Phuket training camp defeated Sok Thy on ONE FC debut by split decision.
World class Muay Thai on display in this highly technical fight. Lerdsila was able to control the ring with Teeps, knees & kicks. Sok Thy showing some nice sweeps to close the scoring gap.
The decision goes to Lerdsila in his One Championship debut!
Sok Thy Holds a record of 221-36-12 & is 17 years younger than Lerdsila.
Another great challenge & another chance to shine for Lerdsila PTT.