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Cameron Martin


Discipline: Muay Thai and Jui-Jitsu
Training Camp: Texas Combat Sports (Team Capital Punishment)
Coaches: Wrath White and Master Nick Juarez

Originally from Orange County, California and now fighting out of Austin Texas, light-heavyweight, Cameron Martin is an aggressive fighter with a crowd-pleasing "blood and guts" style. Don't let his 3-2 record fool you. Cameron is a skilled martial artist who is equally at home on the ground or in a toe-to-toe brawl in the middle of the ring. In Cameron's own words, "I will be a champion someday. Nobody trains harder than I do."

Cameron credits his martial arts training with turning his life around. "I was on a bad path before I started training in martial arts. But martial arts have taught me self-discipline, self-respect, and respect for others. Those lessons have changed my life and made me a better person in and out of the cage. You sweat and bleed with someone in the gym or in the cage, you can't help but respect them afterwards and fighting in the cage is a lot safer than fighting on the street."

A powerful grappler with knockout power in both hands and thunderous kicks, Cameron Martin is versed in boxing, Muay Thai, Karate, and Jui-Jitsu. He has all the tools to take him to the top of the division and is constantly improving and expanding his martial arts arsenal. He is trained by Pride FC and K-1 veteran, Wrath White along with longtime karate practitioner, Master Nick Juarez.

 


Age: 28
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 205lbs
Reach: 74"
Record: 3 wins, 2 losses
  2 win via TKO and 1 via submission
  CEC Light Heavy Weight Champion
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