Mash Gym and Their Ultimate Fighter’s

April 26, 2011

Hey folks,
As most of you know that follow us on Mash Gym’s fan page on Facebook, there are some huge things happening that separates us from everybody else!

First, former student, Assistant Instructor and Personal MMA Trainer Myles “Fury” Jury earned a spot on the “Spike’ hit show “The Ultimate Fighter”!  Myles trained at Warrior Way (Commerce, MI) and Mash Gym (Redford, MI) under the close tutelage of “Big Don” Richard and world renowned Muay Thai Champion  Matee Jedeepitak since he was only 13 years old!  A knee injury (not defeat), cut Myles stay short at the fighter house, but in his time there caught the attention of both coaches and Mr. Dana White!  Myles will get his UFC shot in the near future and only the sky is the limit for this soon to be superstar!

Another Mash Gym fighter with ties to the famous Hammer House Gym in Ohio, Josh “The Hammer” Burns is on a tear!  With an impressive 6 – 2 Pro MMA record, Josh is now fighting in an upcoming Bellator event!  Josh’s next opponent is the UFC’s Gabriel Gonzaga!  This should be a battle!  Be sure to follow on Mash Gym’s fan page!
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu being a trade mark here at Mash Gym, we have numerous stand outs on both MMA and Jiu-Jitsu fronts.  Two of our students (and assistant instructors) have really shined in the past couple years.  David Garmo (West Bloomfield) and Jason Fischer (Livonia) have dominated, both receiving their purple belts in Jiu-Jitsu. David, with over 50 Jiu-Jitsu wins and dozens of 1st place finished has been showing his Jiu-Jitsu prowess all over the country!

Jason, with a 7 – 0 amateur MMA record made his Professional debut with a 2nd round KO at the Palace of Auburn Hills February 18th, 2011.  Jason has dozens of wins in Jiu-Jitsu, along with being ranked as one of Matee’s best students!  The future is looking bright here in Redford, Michigan at Mash Gym!
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