Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday night we have the honor of hosting Professor Mike Harris for some traditional Gi Jiu Jitsu training. Whether your goal is fitness, cage fighting or you would like to focus solely on Jiu Jitsu you are doing your self a disservice by not taking advantage of this training. Professor Harris is not only a quality black belt but more importantly a great person.
We will be making relief trips to Moore for however long until we are no longer needed. Donations can be dropped off at gym. Water, diapers, first aid, blankets, pillows, toiletries, non perishable foods, ect are needed. Let’s make it happen!
Shout out to BCFC for their generous donation this morning along Josh Reed’s donation for covering fuel cost.
This is Brennan Horn, he does private training sessions with Aaron. He is an all star baseball player and a standout athlete. Aaron calls him “spark plug” most of the time. Since he has been cross training in boxing his baseball performance has improved dramatically. He is a natural athlete an a joy to train. He is my athlete of the month not just for kids but for all ages. What he lacks in height and weight he more than makes up for with attitude and intensity. Brennan is going places and TCB is proud to be behind him.
5:30 PM-6:30 PM
Nogi Jiu Jitsu/MMA
6:00 PM-7:15 PM
Kids Olympic TKD
Privates available around the clock by appointment. Private session info.
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Weekend of training at Mike Wessel’s gym in Jonesboro, AR. UFC vet Mike Wessel and Bellator fighter Jacob Noe both have fights coming up in Tunica, MS with Bellator on August 24th!
When you train, sweat, and bleed with someone and experience the highs of victory an the lows of defeat like we are accustomed to with our sport you develop a bond unlike anything else in the world. We know each others strengths, weaknesses, and breaking points. We learn to trust ourselves to our coaches and our teammates (sometimes almost blindly) and lift each other up when we are weak. We treat one another like family and get to understand each others quirks and personalities and overcome difficulty together. We melt together and take on parts of one another and synchronize on a whole different level. We push each other until we are absolutely broken and then pick each other up and hug like blood family.
There is no way for someone on the “outside” to know how much love and respect we have for our brothers and our team. I tell my boys I love them every single day without fail. They are everything to me. I am devastated to my core about our loss. Some of us have gone our separate ways and chosen different paths in both training and in life but that doesn’t change the time we spent,the reps we’ve logged and the hours, days, months, and years we’ve spent together in the ever-continuing break/build lifestyle we lead. I can’t say enough about Philip and I feel like a piece of me is gone too. I hate to see such a good guy have to go and I hate even more this feeling of helplessness. I wish words existed to provide some comfort to his family.
We’re all adrenaline junkies and I know that we all flirt with danger or even death routinely (I know i sure do) but when something like this happens it puts things into a whole new perspective for us and our loved ones. We aren’t guaranteed tomorrow so I encourage all of our people to treat each other, each day, like it may be the last time you see them. Show love, express gratitude, share kisses and hugs, give forgiveness, and hold no regrets later on.
I could go on and on but I’ll close with this. Our lil brother Philip was a special guy and I want us all to share a few memories on here no matter how small, big, funny, sad, etc it might be. We love you “mongoose” and your memory we will carry with us forever. Thx for leaving some special memories on our hearts and in our minds, you were one of a kind. Love you brother, AK-
UFC vet Mike Wessel brings home a win against Matt Kovacs at ShoFight in Springfield, MO. Stay tuned for his upcoming fight with Bellator in a few weeks!
Coaches Max Bishop and Aaron Kimball with Mike Wessel after his win.
Starting this week: prospective members can come in for a one week trial! Existing members: buy 6 months and receive a one month membership gift certificate and a private session to give to a friend or family member!
Awesome beginners class followed by mma. Jehiah drilled arm bar, triangle, and omo plata defenses. Keep it up team!