Biography(references)A native of the streets of London, Ontario, he fought a lot in the streets as a young kid. "...Being naturally good , I figured I should make something of it instead of doing it on the streets and potentially getting arrested or charged." A wrestler in high school, he decided to start training in kickboxing and boxing in 2006 and switched over to MMA not long after. He got his nickname, "Body Snatcher," in 2006, after he had 3 fights in 3 days and won all three by first-round TKO with body shots.
Awards & Accolades
UFC: Performance of the Night (One time) vs. Nicolas Dalby
TKO Major League MMA: TKO Welterweight Champion (One time)
TKO Major League MMA: TKO Lightweight Champion (One time)
Aggression Fighting Championship: AFC Lightweight Championship (One time)
AM Ford Fight Night: AMFFN Lightweight Champion (One time)
Canadian Amateur Boxing Association: Provincial boxing champion
Kickboxing Canada: Canadian Low-Kick Middleweight Champion
Kickboxing Canada: Canadian Full Contact Middleweight Champion
Kickboxing Canada: Provincial Full Contact Middleweight champion
World Pan-Amateur Kickboxing Association: WPKA Full Contact Super Middleweight Champion
World Pan-Amateur Kickboxing Association: WPKA K-1 Super Middleweight Champion
Fight Outcomes - WinsLosses
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