Cincinnati MMA Training with Team G-Force MMA

If your looking to get started in mixed martial arts training in Cincinnati we want to offer you an opportunity to train mma with one of Cincinnati’s Ultimate cage fighting teams. Team G-Force MMA now has openings for beginner amateur fighters ages 16-up.

McDonald makes his Pro Boxing Debut

Marc McDonald set to make his Pro Boxing Debut at BB&T Arena

The Trinity Charles Stanford steps back in the Boxing Ring

Charles Stanford will step into the boxing ring looking to improve his record against Bryan Goldsby

Gabelman Wins at Strike Off 6

Gabelman wins at Strike Off 6 against Martin Davilla improving his Pro Record to 4-2

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TJ Wash to make his Pro MMA Debut

TJ Wash Cincinnati MMA Fighter

TJ Wash Pro DebutOn Oct 27th amateur Cincinnati MMA Fighter TJ Wash will make his Pro debut against Jorge Gurgel Fighter Jamie Morton at Absolute Action MMA at the Drawbridge Inn in Erlanger KY. ”  “I haven’t been in the cage since March and I been working my ass off since then and cant wait to get back in there” said Wash.

TJ Wash is 35 years young from New Richmond Ohio and has been training with Team G-Force MMA  since the early days of the team.” My coachs and teammates push me hard every practice the training we do at G-Force is always intense that’s the way we train always” said TJ Wash.

TJ’s not one to go out there and talk smack about his opponent when preparing for a fight. “I just try to keep my focus on my training and my upcoming fights, I don’t need to waste my energy talking smack about my fight, I’d rather use that energy in the gym and practice. I know my opponent is working just as hard as me, I just want to go out and give everyone a good show, I want my opponent to give me a good fight”.

When asked about his age being a factor considering most of TJ’s past opponents were younger Wash had this to say. “Your only as old as you feel, right. I feel like a 25 year old LOL. I train with my teammates who are young tough kids some of them are half my age so how can anyone out there be anymore of a threat then that”.

When asked if there was anyone out there he wanted to thank about his upcoming Pro career, Wash said, “I want to thank most importantly my wife Beth and my family for giving up so much family time so I can train to achieve my goals.  I want to Thank my Coaches, Ron Gabelman, Eric Ware and Mike Felts for the time they devote to not only my training but my career as well. I want to thank my teammates for always being there pushing each other and working hard so we can all become better MMA Fighters. I especially want to Thank all my Sponsors who help make this possible. Melissa and Lonnie Barker, Bullseye Ink and Tattoos, Beefcake Supplements and Fever Fight Wear.

Team G-Force MMA goes 3-1 at Absolute Action MMA

Team G-Force MMA goes 3-1 at Absolute Action MMA

Cincinnati MMA Coach Mike FeltsTeam G-Force MMA showed up ready to put on a show on Aug 18th at one of Ky’s premier MMA events Absolute Action MMA and put on a show they did. “The Team G-Force MMA guys went 3-1 on the night with the one loss coming from veteran fighter Charlie Stanford who went into the fight with a 7-1 record. Charles cut alot of weight for this fight dropping to 135 for the first time”, said boxing coach Eric Ware. “We wanted him to get ready for the 135 lb weight class because that’s were he’s going to be fighting Pro at, so really it’s a victory for us because he showed he can make the cut. The fight was exciting as hell, Charles was controlling the whole fight we made a mistake by letting Meyers up and Charles got caught, it happens to guys all the time”, said Ware.

First fighter up for Team G-Force MMA was Eddie Daniel. Daniel went up against Rashad Brown who stepped up after 3 other fighters backed out. The fighters came out exchanging punches and Rashad rocked Eddie with a good hook . Daniel recovered quickly and  the fight continued for the first round. Round 2 the fighters came out exchanging punches, Rashad went in for the takedown, slamming Daniel to the cage floor. Daniel pulled guard and locked in the triangle to end the fight 1:39 secs into round 2 winning by submission.

With 3 debuters anxious to step into the cage the first debut fight was G-Force’s wrestling coach Mike Felts. At 35 years old Felts stepped into the cage for the first time. Felts dominated the fight with his wrestling skills but Daniel Oretega proved to defend for the first 3 minutes of round 1. The fighters came out for round 2 and Felts scores a nice takedown and advances his position to mount, Ortega gives up his arm and Felts takes a nice basic armbar to win the fight in.43 secs of round 2 by submission.

First time MMA Fighter Jeff Mack’s fight was cancelled due to his fighter not passing his pre-fight medicals. Jeff looks to get back in the cage on Sept.22nd

The last debuter on the card was Cody Gabelman. Cody came out and delivered two hard leg kicks to Brandon Wren. The fighters exchanged a few punches and Wren proceeded to take Gabelman down but Gabelman stuffed the takedown attempt and immediately took Wrens back. Gabelman landed some great shots lifting Wrens head to punch him. Gabelman slips in the rear naked choke and ends the fight in 1:42 in the first round giving the Team their third win of the night. Congratulations Guys!