Intimidation Clothing is honored to have worked with many great fighters across the USA with a focus in the Midwest and in our home state of Ohio. In addition to 2-time UFC Heavyweight Champion Tim Sylvia, in the past few years Intimidation has worked with UFC Heavyweight Stipe Miocic, women’s Bantamweights Jessica Eye, Jessamyn Duke, Sara McMann and more as well as Bellator Champions Marcos Galvao, Alexander Shlemenko, Daniel Straus. In addition, Intimidation has sponsored Bellator MMA Tournament winners Karl Amoussou and Shahbulat Shamhalaev en route to tournament wins. The company has signature shirts for UFC female bantamweight Jessica “Evil” Eye as well as UFC veterans Roger Bowling, Forrest Petz, Jason Dent, Donny Walker and Branden Hinkle. Intimidation has been fortunate enough to sponsor MMA seminars in Ohio with UFC Hall-of-Famer Ken Shamrock as well as current UFC fighters Gray “The Bully” Maynard, Matt “The Immortal” Brown, Dan “The Outlaw” Hardy and Josh “The Dentist” Neer and more. And to round out their resume, the company has worked with a variety of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belts and sponsored a BJJ seminar with Relson Gracie himself. From UFC & Bellator veterans to up-and-coming MMA stars of tomorrow in top-level promotions like the XFC, Colosseum Combat MMA, the NAAFS, Invicta FC and others, Intimidation is a brand that is opening eyes across the globe.
Kyle “Kyote” Rozewski
A product of Evolve MMA in Medina, Ohio, Kyle “Kyote” Rozewski is a native of Western New York sporting a 8-4-1 professional MMA record. After a 9-fight amateur career where he was involved in 4 title fights, Rozewski turned pro in 2011 and came up short in his first two bouts. He followed up with back-to-back submission wins over Matthew Egner and Mike Williams, evening his pro record at 2-2. Then he traveled to Pittsburgh where he lost a decision to another Intimidation sponsored fighter, Anthony Durnell, in one of the most entertaining bouts at Pittsburgh Challenge Series 2. After bouncing back once again with a rear naked choke win for the NAAFS in August 2013, Rozewski and Intimidation began to expand their relationship as the brand ventured into the Buffalo, NY market with Rozewski’s guidance. He followed with a 1st round submission of tough-nosed veteran Dustin Kempf at Driven MMA One.
Rozewski followed with a training trip to China in late 2014 and returned to China to start a new series of MMA gyms in 2015 where he now competes. Since leaving the states, Rozewski has gone undefeated at 4-0-1 in MMA competition.
A well-rounded member of the MMA community, Rozewski has been known for writing articles, training fighters, and even providing commentary for multiple MMA promotions.
Fans can follow Kyle “Kyote” Rozewski on Twitter & InstaGram @KyoteRozewski.
Rebecca “The Professor” Heintzman
Strawweight Rebecca “The Professor” Heintzman
Fans can follow Rebecca “The Professor” Heintzman on Twitter @BeccaHeintzman.
MMA – Brian “The Predator” Rogers
One of Intimidation Clothing’s most well-known sponsored fighters, Bellator Middleweight Brian “The Predator” Rogers is one of several sponsored fighters from the Strong Style Fight Team in Independence, Ohio. A former special education teacher by day, Rogers started his pro MMA career in 2008 losing two of his first three fights then won seven straight fights, all of which by impressive KO/TKO in the first round. One of the most popular fighters in Northeast Ohio, The Predator played Inside Linebacker for the Walsh University football team in North Canton, teaching in the region and having fought for the highly respected NAAFS promotion. Rogers is also well-known for his signature celebration after a win where he sits atop the cage and puts on a Predator mask reminiscent of the Predator series of movies.
In his most recent fights Rogers (10-6, 3-4 Bellator, 1-0 Strikeforce) has scored three high-profile wins for both the Strikeforce and Bellator promotions. At Strikeforce: Feijao vs. Henderson in Columbus, Ohio, Rogers scored a TKO victory in round 1 over Ian Rammel. After signing in May with Bellator Fighting Championships to fight in their Season 5 Middleweight Tournament, Rogers proved he belongs in the top tier of 185 pound fighters with an impressive 1st round TKO of Victor O’Donnell at Bellator 50 to improve to 8-2. The win at Bellator 50 earned Rogers a match-up with former Bellator Middleweight Tournament winner Alexander Shlemenko at Bellator 54 where he suffered his first defeat in nearly two and a half years. Rogers was then named to Bellator’s Season 6 Middleweight Tournament where he opened the tournament with a thrilling flying knee KO of Vitor Vianna to advance to the semifinals at Bellator 66 in Cleveland, Ohio. After Rogers defeated Dom Steele in a dominating unanimous decision at Bellator 78 in Dayton, Ohio he dropped decisions to Dan Cramer and Mikkel Parlo in 2013 Bellator Middleweight Tournament bouts on Spike TV. Rogers returned to action at Bellator 119 and began a new winning streak with a bang scoring another flying knee KO.
The exciting knockout artist has been sponsored in each of his Strikeforce and Bellator fights by Intimidation Clothing featuring head-to-toe Intimidation gear including an Intimidation walkout tee and custom board shorts at weigh-ins and the fights as well.
Fans can follow Brian “The Predator” Rogers on Twitter @BRogthePredator.
Boxing – Cam F. Awesome
The most decorated amateur boxer in USA Boxing history, Cam F. Awesome is now an amazing 11-time U.S. national champion after adding to his hardware collection in early 2014. A plant-based athlete, Awesome has won more titles in his weight class than anyone in the history of USA boxing having won many international competitions and tournaments as well. Awesome is a well-known local role model in Kansas City and is a proud Big of the Big Brother Big Sister program. He is also a strong advocate of cancer prevention and awareness via plant-based nutrition.
Cam F. Awesome began boxing in 2005 and proceeded to win the 2008 and 2010 USA National Championships in the Super Heavyweight division. He is also a 2-time National Golden Gloves Champion (2009 & 2011) and the 2012 Olympic Team Trials Super Heavyweight Champion. He was the winner of the 2009, 2010 and 2011 National PAL Championships as well as Ringside Worlds Tournament in each of those three years. Awesome competed in a 40-man tournament at the 2011 AIBA World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan where he advanced to the round of 16 but fell short of his Olympic dream to represent the USA in the 2012 Olympics, but he has since begun his quest for the 2016 Olympics.
Fans can follow Cam F. Awesome on Twitter @PlantBasedBoxer.
Motocross – Jesse Moore
Cleveland-based motocross Privateer Jesse Moore began racing at the age 6 in 1997 when his dad bought him his first KTM 50 and over the years his hard work and determination have kept him active in the motocross world. Now in his early twenties, Moore’s history in the sport is seen in his experience as he has raced at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas for the AMA Arenacross series in the 65cc & 85cc classes as well as the AMA Thor Winter Olympics on 50cc, 65cc, 85cc & 125cc classes.
In 2010 Moore raced at multiple local events, in the CRA, MRA and AMA amatuer events as well as the Ponca City National and the Winter Am Series events. In 2012 Moore came back to compete in the AMA Amsoil Arenacross Series in the Expert Class (Amateur) where he advanced to the final round, but he was injured and was unable to compete in the final. He returned to the AMA Amsoil Arenacross Series (Amatuer) competing again in the Expert Class. He earned a Top 3 overall ranking and advanced to the final round on May 3, 2013 at Southpoint Hotel & Casino and finished 8th in the Nation to earn his Pro SX & MX License. During his 2013 run in the AMA Amsoil Arenacross Series Moore made the televised night show on February 3rd and also made two other night programs in the Pro/Am events.
Now competing in his first season as a professional, Jesse Moore continues to impress and represent the Intimidation brand on an international stage. And after his recent successes in Quebec, Jesse has spent a lot of time around the West End Sport Yamaha Team. After competing in the Main Event in 3 of his first 4 rounds, Moore took 6th place in the main event at his last race on June 7th. He will return to Canada for an Outdoor National on August 3rd.
Fans can follow Jesse Moore on InstaGram and Twitter @moore697.
Cory Alexander “The Great”
The first athlete from the state of Tennessee sponsored by the Intimidation brand, Cory Alexander “The Great” (7-5) is a product of the SSF Academy in Clarksville, TN. A former bantamweight fighter turned flyweight, Alexander has gone 6-1 competing at 125lbs with his lone loss coming to current UFC flyweight Dustin Ortiz. A winner of 6 of his last 8 fights, Alexander started his pro career at 1-3 before his recent hot streak which includes wins in 4 straight over an 11-month span.
Most recently Alexander began his Intimidation sponsorship wearing the company’s popular Spartan design en route to a 1st round submission victory on June 28th in Clarksville, Tennessee. He is set to compete again on August 9th in North Carolina for Fight Time Promotions as he seeks his 5th straight victory.
Fans can follow Cory Alexander on Twitter @
One of the most promising young prospects on the sponsorship roster for Intimidation Clothing is former professional MMA lightweight turned welterweight Brian Camozzi (2-2). A product of Factory X Muay Thai/MMA/BJJ in Englewood, Colorado, a suburb of Denver, Camozzi trains with notables Chase Hackett, Joe Warren, Brian Rogers and Chris Camozzi; his older brother and UFC middleweight.
Camozzi improved to 2-0 as a pro in April 2013 before suffering his first defeat, a unanimous decision to George Comer in June 2013. He completed a perfect 3-0 amateur career in November 2012 before winning both of his pro fights in 2013 via 1st round stoppage.
Fans can follow Brian Camozzi on Twitter @BrianCamozzi.
Isaiah “The Beast” Chapman
One of the fast-rising future stars of MMA from Northeast Ohio, Isaiah Chapman (4-1 pro, 12-1 amateur) is a product of Rock Hard MMA in Akron, Ohio. Chapman completed a 12-1 amateur MMA career by winning his 2nd straight NAAFS Amateur Bantamweight Championship in November 2012, and has since kicked off his pro MMA career with three straight wins including two finishes. One of only two fighters to ever win two NAAFS amateur series championships, he is the lone fighter in NAAFS history to win the amateur series championship in consecutive years in the same division winning the 2011 and 2012 Bantamweight belts. A product of Rock Hard MMA, Chapman is seen as one of the top prospects in MMA at 135 lbs in the Midwest and is quickly gaining national attention for his accomplishments and potential to make it to the next level.
Chapman returned to the cage for the NAAFS at Night of Champions 2012 opposite MMA veteran and former NAAFS featherweight title challenger Dustin “The Reaper” Kempf in December 2012 as Chapman vs Kempf fight that was named the 2012 Fight of the Year by OHMMA.com. Chapman battled through submission attempts to score a guillotine choke submission win late in the 2nd round.
Fans can follow Isaiah Chapman on Twitter @TheBeastChapman.
George “Bonesaw” Comer
A former two-time NAAFS national amateur series champion in the lightweight and welterweight divisions, George Comer (5-1) is the only fighter to accomplish that feat in two different NAAFS divisions and is one of the top prospects in the Buckeye State after a perfect 8-0 amateur mixed martial arts career. A member of the GriffonRawl MMA Academy along with Intimidation sponsored UFC veterans Jason Dent and Donny Walker, Comer has won 5 straight as a pro after dropping his pro debut. A dominant wrestler who is known for his always-entertaining post-fight interviews, Comer remains a fan favorite in Northeast Ohio.
He owns notable wins over Pittsburgh’s Khama Worthy (6-2), Denver, Colorado prospect Brian Camozzi (2-2) and Joe Lile, Jr. (5-2). After a loss in his pro debut to former Division I All-American wrestler Clint Musser, Comer has since scored 5 straight wins with three finishes. Most recently, he dominated another top prospect in Lile, in a 30-27 decision at Coveted Fights’ inaugural Ohio MMA event.
Fans can follow George “Bonesaw” Comer on Twitter @GeorgeComerMMA.
A veteran of UFC 2, Sean Daugherty is one of the original members of The Lion’s Den which included Ken Shamrock, Frank Shamrock, Jason Delucia and more. Daugherty was 15-0 as amateur kickboxer holding multiple kickboxing titles in Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania and West Virginia when he made his pro MMA debut on Pay-Per-View at UFC 2 as a fill-in for an injured Ken Shamrock on just two weeks’ notice. After his UFC 2 fight Daugherty traveled to Lodi, California to train with Ken Shamrock and spent over 6 months before injuries forced him to come back home to Ohio.
Over the course of his career, Daugherty has trained with the likes of Kevin Rosier, John Saylor, Bob Shamrock, Frank Shamrock, Ken Shamrock, Louis Simmons, Vernon White and recently trained with the Strong Style Fight Team in Independence, Ohio. He now trains athletes closer to home in Mansfield, Ohio.
Jason “Dynamite” Dent
Jason Dent is a 4-time UFC veteran fighting as a lightweight and the former NAAFS Lightweight Champion. Dent was a contestant on The Ultimate Fighter Season 9 where he advanced to the semifinals before losing to eventual TUF 9 Lightweight winner Ross Pearson, and has faced notable MMA 155-pound fighters Gleison Tibau, George Sotiropolous, Jeff Curran & Roger Huerta in his 30+ fight professional MMA career. Dent defeated TUF 9 rival Cameron Dollar in June 2009 at The Ultimate Fighter Season 9 finale.
Dent (22-13) is the owner of the highly-respected GriffonRawl MMA Academy in Mentor, Ohio where he serves as lead instructor to a fight team of over 20 professional & amateur fighters. In addition to the Jason Dent signature shirt from Intimidation Clothing which Jason is pictured wearing, Dent has worked with Intimidation to not only sponsor all of his fighters from GriffonRawl at local and national events. GriffonRawl MMA Academy also stocks several Intimidation styles for sale to the public constantly adding new styles to their inventory as one of Intimidation’s top dealers.
Fans can follow Jason Dent’s gym, GriffonRawl MMA Academy on Twitter @GriffonRawlMMA.
Nick “The Savage” Duell
Nick “The Savage” Duell is a popular Welterweight from the Strong Style Fight Team in Independence, Ohio, training beside the likes of Stipe Miocic, Brian Rogers, Jessica Eye and more. The former NAAFS Welterweight Champion, Duell is 11-3 as a pro, having won eight of his past ten fights with each coming on the Midwest’s biggest MMA stage for the Ohio based NAAFS promotion. He holds wins over WEC, Bellator and TUF 9 vet Kevin Knabjian, TUF 12 vet Daniel Head and TUF 16 vet Julian Lane and scored a highlight reel upkick KO in one of his most recent fights for the NAAFS in October 2012.
As an amateur, Duell went 10-3-1 fighting predominantly for the NAAFS at events near his home in Northeast Ohio before going pro in November 2008. Duell defeated Julian Lane by 2nd round TKO at NAAFS: Caged Vengeance 13 in Canton, Ohio for his second consecutive victory as he was once again be sponsored by the Intimidation brand.
Fans can follow Nick “The Savage” Duell on Twitter @SavageDuell.
Eli “The Switch” Garshnick
Eli “The Switch” Garshnick completed an impressive 6-1 amateur career making his pro MMA debut in July 2009 with a win. A fighter who likes to stay active, Garshnick went 5-2 in his first 7 fights in barely over a year’s time. Garshnick has competed in multiple MMA organizations in Pennsylvania and Ohio including the Valley Fighting League (VFL) and the Iron Will Fighting Championship (IWFC) near his hometown in Johnstown, Pennsylvania as well as the NAAFS in the Cleveland, Ohio area and the Ohio Xtreme Fighting promotion.
Eli was a two-time NCAA All-American at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and is a Judo Black Belt. Garshnick trains with Lion-Do Kick Boxing and Cold Steel MMA in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
Intimidation Clothing has sponsored Garshnick (9-5) in each of his past eight fights for the NAAFS, VFL, IWFC & WCC promotions at events in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. He returned to the VFL cage on January 19th in Altoona, Pennsylvania and added another win to his resume with a 1st round submission.
“Big” John Hawk
Intimidation Clothing is pleased to be working with Light Heavyweight “Big” John Hawk, a 3-time Bellator veteran. The former NAAFS Heavyweight Champion, Hawk now fights at 205 pounds with 8 of his 12 professional fights coming for NAAFS, one of the most well-respected MMA promotions in the Midwest. Hawk is 8-4 as a professional fighting since June 2010 as a Light Heavyweight and facing top-level fighters like Joe McCall, Doug Sparks, Dan Spohn (twice), Josh Watson, Ray Lopez, Marcus Vanttinen and Roger Hollett. His April 2012 decision win over Vanttinen may have been his most impressive win as a pro as he came in a heavy underdog and knocked the Finish fighter out of the summer Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament.
A well-balanced fighter, Hawk wrestled at Kent State University and later took up Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai. He completed a 6-0-1 amateur career in 2009 and has been sponsored by Intimidation Clothing in each fight since 2010 with the release of the John Hawk signature shirt coming in 2011.
Fans can follow “Big” John Hawk on Twitter @BigJohnHawk.
“The Iron Lion” Branden Hinkle
A 3-time UFC veteran Branden Hinkle boasts notable wins over Jorge Rivera, Kevin Jordan and defeated Sean Gannon by 1st round TKO at UFC 55. A pro since 1998, “The Iron Lion” has fought in Mexico, Japan, Korea, Brazil and France with just over half of his pro fights on record coming in the USA. In addition to being a former WEF Heavyweight Champion and the Korean Neofight Heavyweight Champion, Hinkle was a NCAA Division II National Wrestling Champion in college. A local celebrity in his hometown of Jefferson, Ohio, Hinkle wrestled and was a conference champion in tennis at West Liberty University near Wheeling, West Virginia. He now works as the Assistant Wrestling Coach at his Alma Mater. He is regularly seen at MMA events in Ohio and West Virginia with long-time friends and training partners UFC Hall-of-Famer Mark “The Hammer” Coleman and UFC & TUF 10 veteran Wes Sims.
Most recently Hinkle returned to the cage at Reality Cage Combat’s premier event, the first sanctioned MMA event in the history of Charleston, WV. Hinkle defeated Alonzo Roane by TKO in the 2nd round in a light heavyweight bout marking Hinkle’s first fight at 205 lbs in over 7 years. He plans to remain active in the 205 lb weight class moving forward with the Intimidation planning to design a Iron Lion signature tee in the coming months.
Jerrell “Thunderkat” Hodge
One of the most decorated amateur fighters in Ohio MMA history, Jerrell Hodge completed a 12-1 amateur MMA career in early 2014 by adding yet another ammy title to his trophy case. A 2-time NAAFS amateur champion, Hodge also picked up titles for the Northeast Ohio-based Explosive Fight Promotions Caged Madness organization as well as the Pittsburgh-based Pinnacle Fighting Championships.
A member of the Evolve Fight Team out of Medina, Ohio, Hodge may be most well-known for his devastating knockout of heralded bantamweight prospect Cody Garbrandt in February 2012 and he won his final 7 straight fights as an amateur.
Hodge is set to make his pro debut at the Driven MMA/NAAFS Fight Nite in the Flats X event on June 7th in Cleveland, Ohio.
Fans can follow Jerrell “Thunderkat” Hodge @R3LLHoDg3.
Billy “Mojo” Horne
Billy “Mojo” Horne is a popular middleweight training in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has a 11-4 pro record with wins over Strikeforce and Bellator vets alike. Horne began his professional MMA career at 6-0 winning the pro Middleweight title for ICE and another Cincinnati-area regional MMA promotion. A veteran of M-1 Global as well as Bellator MMA, Horne continues to fight for regional promotions in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region including Absolute Action MMA and most recently scored an impressive 1st round submission of Trey Houston (10-1) at Bellator 78 in Dayton, OH.
Intimidation has sponsored Horne in each of his past four fights with Mojo winning three of those fighting for AAMMA, Annihilation MMA and Bellator at events in Indiana & Ohio. He returns to action on October 19th for AAMMA.
Brandon “Showtime” Hurst
Brandon “Showtime” Hurst started his amateur MMA career 1-2 but proceeded to win his next six in a row, including a victory over Eric Jarvis at XFC 23 in Louisville, Kentucky. Now fighting in the professional ranks, Hurst is one of the most popular fighters in the Bluegrass State and even walked the red carpet when he attended the 6th annual Silks of the Bluegrass event in support of Operation Open Arms during the 2014 Kentucky Derby weekend.
Hurst is set to make his long-awaited pro debut on August 9th in Louisville, Kentucky after the fight fell through the first time in early 2014.
Fans can follow Brandon Hurst on InstaGram @Brandon.Showtime.MMA.
Adam “The Prototype” Milstead
Adam Milstead (5-1) completed a highly successful amateur MMA career (10-2) in 2010, but dropped his pro debut as a light heavyweight to Dane Bonnigson in May 2011. Milstead then made the move to heavyweight during a 11 months layoff and has since run off five straight wins as a heavyweight with all five 1st of 2nd round finishes while fighting for the NAAFS in Northeast Ohio and both Gladiators of the Cage and Pinnacle FC near Pittsburgh in Western Pennsylvania.
As an amateur Milstead captured titles for three separate local promotions including for American Hardcore Cage Fighting and the Yankee Lake Brawlroom. He has a background in wrestling and played college football at Geneva College in Pennsylvania. Milstead trains at Fight Club Pittsburgh and frequently cross trains with Intimidation alum and UFC star Stipe Miocic at StrongStyle Martial Arts near Cleveland, Ohio.
Most recently, Milstead improved to 5-1 as a pro and 5-0 as a heavyweight by defeating Nick Smily (6-4) via KO in just 50 seconds.
Fans can follow Adam Milstead on Twitter @AdamMilstead.
Widely regarded as the top amateur MMA prospect in Indiana throughout 2013, Dustin Parrish made his pro debut in February 2014 scoring a decision victory.
Jordan “Pretty Boy” Parsons
Considered one of the top featherweight prospects in MMA, Parsons made a name for himself by winning the $20,000 CFA featherweight tournament to claim the organization’s first 145-pound title. He went through James Polodna, James Cianci and Danny Chaves en route to winning the CFA 145 pound belt in February 2012 at the CFA 5 event. After being upset by Lazar Stojadinovi to lose his belt Parsons bounced back with an impressive win closer to his home in Minnesota in June 2013 and looks to continue his rise to the top in December when he faces one of the toughest tests of his young career.
Parsons has finished three opponents with one submission and two TKO victories in his eight victories and has been sponsored by the Intimidation brand multiple times throughout his pro career.
Fans can follow Jordan Parsons on Twitter @theycallmePBP.
Forrest “The Meat Cleaver” Petz
Forrest Petz, owner of one of the best nicknames in MMA, is a 7-time UFC veteran having faced the likes of Dan Hardy, Marcus Davis, Luigi Fioravanti, Josh Neer, Sam Morgan, Charles “Krazy Horse” Bennett, Victor O’Donnell, TJ Grant, Brian Foster, Chad Reiner & Daniel Roberts throughout his career.
Petz went 2-3 in 5 UFC fights from August 2006 through October 2007 with wins over Fioravanti & Morgan in his first stint with the UFC. Petz defeated Dan Hardy, the former #1 contender in the UFC’s welterweight division, by unanimous decision in April 2006 which prompted the call from the UFC. Petz is a former NAAFS Welterweight Champion and has fought for regional promotions including the NAAFS, Dan Bobish’s Ultimate Cage Battles, the Hoosier Fight Club and the Canadian-based The Score Fight Series.
Petz is pictured wearing the Forrest Petz signature shirt which was released by Intimidation Clothing in July 2010 and was sponsored by Intimidation in each of his final six fights, which he won five of, before announcing his retirement in June 2013.
Fans can follow Forrest Petz on Twitter @MeatCleaverPetz.
Danny “The Hammer” Surface
Danny Surface is a professional MMA fighter from Western Indiana competing in the light heavyweight division. A former top contender in the highly-respected Colosseum Combat MMA promotion, Surface is one of a select few fighters to have their own signature t-shirt from Intimidation after the shirt’s release in early 2014.
Fans can follow Danny Surface on Twitter @SurfaceMMA.
Ryan “The Tank Engine” Thomas
A veteran of the UFC, Bellator MMA and the XFC, Ryan “The Tank Engine” Thomas is a veteran of over 25 professional MMA fights since making his pro debut in 2007. Having faced a laundry list of the top welterweights in the sport including Ben Askren, Matt Brown, Ben Saunders, Jacob McClintock, Jim Wallhead and more, Thomas has a fantastic professional record and is the reigning Colosseum Combat MMA Welterweight Champion.
Fans can follow Ryan Thomas on Twitter @RyanThomasATT.
Donny “Eagle Eye” Walker
Donny Walker is a veteran of over 25 professional MMA fights and is the former NAAFS Featherweight Champion having won the title at the NAAFS Rock ‘N Rumble event in August 2010. A 2-time UFC vet, Walker has an impressive 18-10 career MMA record and ran off a 7-fight winning streak which lasted for over two years from August 2008 through his decision loss to Jeff Hougland at UFC 132 in July 2011. In those seven consecutive wins Walker had five stoppages and showed his well-rounded skill set of power, submissions and submission defense as he continues to improve and face top-level competition.
Walker has won titles as both a lightweight (155 lbs) and featherweight (145 lbs) fighting for UMMAXX, the NAAFS, King of the Cage and other MMA promotions and shortly after making the announcement that he would begin competing at 135 lbs, he was signed to fight for the UFC where he fought twice during the summer of 2011. “Eagle Eye” trains at GriffonRawl MMA Academy with good friend and UFC veteran Jason Dent where he is also serves as the USA Boxing instructor. He has over 12 years experience in the Martial Arts and is a certified Instructor under the United States Amateur Boxing, Inc. Walker serves the public as a police officer in a Northeast Ohio community and is pictured with the NAAFS Featherweight belt wearing his Donny Walker signature shirt from Intimidation Clothing.
Fans can follow Donny “Eagle Eye” Walker on Twitter @EagleEyeMMA.
Other fighters sponsored in recent months but not yet listed on this page include Tim “The Maine-iac” Sylvia, Luis “Sapo” Santos, Marcos Galvao, Marlon Sandro, Jason Freeman, Sean Salmon, Sara McMann, Erin Toughill, Kaitlin Young, Jan Finney, Mike “The Marine” Richman, Jordan Parsons, Eric Irvin, Khama Worthy, Chad Hinton, Torrance Taylor, Matt “Kid Lightning” Veal, Bobby Emmons, Jason Butcher, Doug Sparks, Eric Moell, Carson Gainey, Joey Holt, Donald Williams, Kenny Robertson, Clint Musser, Marcus Finch, Kevin Knabjian, Billy Vaughan, Patrick Harman, Brett Ewing, Jim Davis, Dustin Center, Amanda LaVoy, Jessie Riggleman, Justin Steave, Josh Stansbury, Mike King, Matt Lanning, Cody Garbrandt, Shane Valko, Ryan Arce, John Burbol, Shaun Asher, James Dishong, Reggie Parks, Paul Riley, Jacob Hurlock, Marcia May, Chris Dempsey, Dan Farnworth, Johnny Walylko, Dustin Lichtelfels, and many others. Intimidation has also sponsored pro boxers Andres “Taylor Made” Taylor, Antonio Nieves and Minnesota Middleweight Champion Caleb Truax and sponsors Karate competitor “Irish” Aaron Tassie.