Perseverance of a MMA Fighter: Ashleigh Grimshaw Documentary (Part 2)

Perseverance of a MMA Fighter: Ashleigh Grimshaw Documentary (Part 2) – After 16 years as a professional MMA Fighter, Ash Grimshaw was finally signed-up by Bellator MMA (in 2018). The British featherweight had been widely touted for a UFC call-up over the last 10 years which, surprisingly, never materialised for reasons unknown.

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This video is part two of the Ashleigh Grimshaw Documentary in which, Grimshaw’s perseverance over two decades as a Mixed Martial Artist, is fully explained and the noteworthy status he’s established for himself in British MMA.

Fighting out of Team Titan alongside close friend & UFC veteran, Brad Pickett, Grimshaw’s recollection of his trials and tribulations from his 16 years of fighting leaves no stone unturned.

CREDITS:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find Ashleigh Grimshaw on Instagram @whitewolfmma

Featuring/special thanks to: Tim Izli, Jude Samuel, Nathaniel Wood, Brad Pickett, Urban Kings Gym & Titan Fighter Gym.

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From Cage Fighting to MMA: Ashleigh Grimshaw Documentary (Part 1)

From Cage Fighting to MMA: Ashleigh Grimshaw Documentary (Part 1) Ashleigh Grimshaw is a British Mixed Martial Artist & Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) Black Belt signed to Bellator MMA. Fighting out of Team Titan, Grimshaw’s MMA career spans across two decades from being actively involved in the old skool Cage Fighting & Vale Tudo days in London, to a multi-billion dollar industry around the world.

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Ashleigh Grimshaw has shared a large part of his MMA journey with UFC veteran & close friend, Brad Pickett; from when the two of them started training together when there were only two MMA gyms in London. The two friends are still very close, working and training together in helping the current and future generations of British MMA fighters establish themselves such as UFC fighter, Nathanial Wood and many more.

This video is Part 1 of The Ashleigh Grimshaw MMA Documentary series.

CREDITS:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find Ashleigh Grimshaw on Instagram @whitewolfmma

Featuring/special thanks to: Tim Izli, Jude Samuel, Nathaniel Wood, Brad Pickett, Urban Kings Gym & Titan Fighter Gym.

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The Future of British Muay Thai: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 3)

The Future of British Muay Thai: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 3) – In this concluding part of the series, 18 year old British Muay Thai fighter, George Jarvis looks ahead at the future of British Muay Thai talent (ranging from 18-25 years of age) and how the likes of: Jonathan Haggerty, Daniel McGowan, Evan Jays, Thai Barlow, Joe Craven (and many more) are already proving that they will be competing on the world stage of, Muay Thai and Kickboxing, over the coming decade (if not longer).

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This video is Part 3 of The George Jarvis Muay Thai Documentary series.

CREDITS:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find George Jarvis on Instagram @georgejarv1

Additional footage sourced via: Muay Thai Grand Prix, ROAR Combat League, Yokkao Boxing & John Jarvis.

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Ambitions of a Muay Thai Fighter: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 2)

Ambitions of a Muay Thai Fighter: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 2) – This video is part two of a three-part mini-documentary series about 18 year old British Muay Thai prodigy, George Jarvis & his development as a young fighter with, close comparisons to a couple of other British Thai-boxing sensations in: close friend, Jonathan Haggerty & Daniel McGowan.

George Jarvis recently won his Lion Fight debut in the USA by third round KO & fights out of, Crawley Martial Arts in England; and is trained by both his father, John Jarvis and four-time Muay Thai world champion, Paulo Da Silva.

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This video is Part 2 of The George Jarvis Muay Thai Documentary series.

CREDITS:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find George Jarvis on Instagram @georgejarv1

Additional footage sourced via: Muay Thai Grand Prix, ONE Championship, Yokkao Boxing & John Jarvis.

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Ambitions of a Muay Thai Fighter: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 1)

Ambitions of a Muay Thai Fighter: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 1)George Jarvis is an 18 year old British Muay Thai prodigy who, makes his Lion Fight debut today in the USA against, Daniel Kim on short notice.

This video is part one of a three-part mini-documentary series on George Jarvis who, fights out Crawley Martial Arts in England and is trained by both his father, John Jarvis and four-time Muay Thai world champion, Paulo Da Silva.

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This video is Part 1 of The George Jarvis Muay Thai Documentary series.

CREDITS:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find George Jarvis on Instagram @georgejarv1

Additional footage (of Paulo Da Silva training) courtesy of, Joshua Halvatzis.

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Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary: Life After Fighting (Part 8)

Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary: Life After Fighting (Part 8) – The Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary series comes to conclusion in Part 8 of the docuseries: Life After Fighting.

Former two-time Muay Thai world champion, Damien Trainor’s life-story shed’s light on his transition from professional fighting to, making a living from Damien’s passion of Muay Thai via K-Star Legacy Muay Thai Gym; and travelling the world coaching elite fighters such asUFC champion, Henry Cejudo and more.

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This video is Part 8 of The Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary series.

CREDITS:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find Damien Trainor on Instagram @trainor103

Additional footage courtesy of, Muay Thai Grand Prix & CSA Gym.

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Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary: The Return of Damien Trainor (Part 7)

Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary: The Return of Damien Trainor (Part 7) – After a hiatus of about four years, Damien Trainor returned to fighting via Muay Thai Grand Prix for a very special reason after losing his enthusiasm and love for his Muay Thai career after previously fighting Thailand’s, Rungravee Sasiprapa.

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Damien Trainor vs. Adrian Lopez featured as one of the greatest returns of a British Muay Thai legend at Muay Thai Gand Prix 3 on March 26, 2016. This story tells a father’s bond with his infant son and being proud (and fortunate enough) to share such a unique experience that will live with them both, forever.

This video is Part 7 of The Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary series.

CREDITS:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find Damien Trainor on Instagram @trainor103

Additional footage courtesy of, Muay Thai Grand Prix.

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Daniel McGowan: Ambitions as a Muay Thai Fighter

Daniel McGowan: Ambitions as a Muay Thai Fighter – A mini documentary about 22 year old, two-time world Muay Thai champion, Daniel McGowan – who’s ambition it is to become the first British Thai-boxer to win one of the most prestigious Muay Thai stadium championships in Thailand.

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Daniel McGowan has been coached since the age of 11 years old by former Muay Thai champion, ParnPetch Rirom and recounts: how his journey began as a martial artist; the influence of the late, great Liam Robinson; the life lessons he learnt in his fighting career from childhood into adulthood; and why his ambition to become the first British Thai-boxer to win a Thai stadium championship means so much to him and more.

CREDITS:

Follow Daniel McGowan on Instagram @danielmcgowanmt

With thanks to: Kieran KeddleParnPetch RiromScience Of 8 Promotions & Muay Thai Grand Prix.

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

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Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary: Fighting in Hong Kong & Martial Arts Cinema (Part 6)

Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary: Fighting in Hong Kong & Martial Arts Cinema Damien Trainor recounts fighting in Hong Kong for martial arts movie star, Billy Chow and becoming a Muay Thai “Champion of Hong Kong”, during his international fighting career as a two-time Muay Thai world champion.

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For almost four decades, the former British colony has been at the epicentre of global martial arts influence via Hong Kong’s martial arts film industry which, would see real life martial artists and fighters like, former WKA world kickboxing champion, Billy Chow, feature as a renown leading bad guy in Hong Kong movies; after getting his big-break from small roles in Jackie Chan movies in the 1980s.

The link between martial artists, professional fighting and Hong Kong’s martial arts film industry which, created mega movie stars in: Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Donnie Yen & Sammo Hung are all explored in this video & much more.

Credits:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find Damien Trainor on Instagram @trainor103

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“The Best Lightweight” in European MMA: Terry Brazier

“The Best Lightweight” in European MMA: Terry BrazierBAMMA two-weight world champion, Terry Brazier prepares for his Bellator MMA debut against Chris Bungard at Bellator Europe 1 on February 9, 2019 in this mini-documentary video filmed at, NFM Windsor on Boxing Day.

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Terry Brazier (10-1) won the BAMMA welterweight and lightweight world championships by defeating Alex Lohore and Rhys McKee, respectively, in 2018 before signing for Bellator MMA.

Having made British MMA history in a relatively short professional MMA career over the last three years, Brazier who, previously served in the British Army, has set himself some serious goals for 2019 and beyond at Bellator, including: winning his Bellator debut before intending to beat former UFC champion, Benson Henderson in America and then becoming the new Bellator lightweight champion by defeating the current champion, Michael Chandler.

However, first and foremost, Brazier has to defeat Scottish MMA fighter, Chris Bungard at Bellator Europe 1 and in this video, we see Terry Brazier training and sparring with his his team-mates at NFM Windsor, before flying out to Phuket, Thailand for the remainder of his fight camp for his Bellator MMA debut.

Credits:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi
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Find Terry Brazier on Instagram @terrybrazier
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Additional footage courtesy of, BAMMA.