Dear Students Clients and Parents here at Team Gamma we understand how trying this situation is with the social distancing in place.
Our martial arts academy has always been the place to get away and relax and relieve stress. Right now are having Virtual Lessons Online on a Facebook Group if you are a student please join our group to keep yourself training. If you are not on Facebook contact us and we will make arrangements.
We want our students’ children and adults to continue to train.
If there are any questions or anything we can do for any of our students, please call us or text us.
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Fight Night Challenge Louisa VA Saturday, March 23, 2019, at Louisa County High School in Louisa, Virginia.read more →
This Friday at our open mat at 6pm will be the 3rd week of Friday Night with Jay Speight, and so far each Friday our numbers are getting bigger and bigger. This I a free event and everyone is invited to come and train with Jay Speight… it is a no-gi training but if you want to bring you Gi that is ok too…this I a event you don’t want to miss… bring a friend….
if you do not know who Jay Speight is, well he has been training in Gracie Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since he was 6 years old, have competed extensively, has a Undefeated professional record in mixed martial arts….read more →
Ches Lamm, fighter from Team GAMMA, Greenville Academy Mixed Martial Arts, took on a 2-1 fighter in Raleigh NC at Next Level Fight Club promotions. Even though Chess Lamm has a record of 0-0 he went the distance against a more experienced fighter who trains at a legitimate team, Combat Club in Jacksonville NC. He won the fight. Watch him go against all odds to come out on top.read more →
Recently my team went to a smaller MMA event held in Hickory Va. And I had three fighters on this card. I was asked to corner a fighter who was in between teams at this time. Later in the evening we realized that two of the opponents, of our fighter, where not showing. So I asked to move my only fighter to the first fight so we could leave early.
But where did that leave the other fighter who didn’t have a team, that ended up to be the main event, at the end of the card?
Well he came to me and let me know that he really wanted me to stay and corner him. And yes I did give my word to corner him so I and my team stayed for the whole event to help him do as well as he did. I spent about 30 minutes asking about his back ground and what tools he had to go into the cage.
Well he did so well I wanted to give him the props for this fight. Later on other coaches came to me and let me know he was a good fighter on my team. I let them know he wasn’t on my team but he listened so well to my coaching I knew I had made a difference in this match. Wished I had a few more people like him who really wanted to fight.read more →
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It was a amazing scene to see Alex fight for the first time here in America.. an immigrate from Ukraine he came to my gym with such desire and drive few coaches have ever seen. I am proud to call this man a member of Team GAMMA. And “ I LOVE YOU AMERICA!!!”
One of the best comeback in mixed martial arts fights I have seen as a coach in all the years I have been coaching MMA. And I have to give props for Dan Miragliotta the referee who was refereeing this fight. He didn’t step in too early he let the fight continue. essentially the other guy Knocked my Chris Burns out at 23 seconds in this video, broke his nose, blood was everywhere, Danny allowed the fight to continue, Chris was able to regained enough to get the armbar that broke the other guy’s arm. I think that Dan Miragliotta stopped the match when he reached in to check the fighter and his arm was limp. I think he thought he was choked out but the arm was dislocated.
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