Alex Reid is a famous and controversial Mixed Martial Artist, who in his childhood dreamed to become an actor finally discovering a talent for Cage fighting whilst at acting school, to fund his studies. In 2010, Alex married Katie Price in Las Vegas, and during their marriage fought one of his toughest battles inside the cage against Tom ‘Kong’ Watson, who now fights inside the UFC©. During his long and illustrious career, Alex has stood toe to toe with the MMA elite, whilst fighting complex domestic situations and issues of sexuality.
Tony Giles coming from a family travellers and working as a roofer gained most of his skills from the school of hard knocks. Having no formal education Tony realised that his talent for fighting could bring him fortune and glory. Tony’s stared in the “My Big Fat Gypsy” franchise becoming a popular character and providing an honest insight into the world of the travelling community. Also having a very complex domestic situation he currently has sole custody of his son Tony Junior who he cares for as a single parent, and has devoted his life to raising.
Khalid Ismail is invested in the business of fitness. Furthermore he is on his way to a promising career in Mixed Martial Arts. He has a very disciplined approach to training and is very respectful of Martial Arts. Khalid owns and runs the LDG fitness centre offering specific high level and general fitness disciplines. Outside of the fight and fitness world, Khalid is a private person, not hungry for fame and fortune, but to be the best.
Dave O’Donnell, commonly known as “the Godfather” of UK MMA, started training Elite Fighting in 1996. In 2002 he and Andy Geer founded Cage Rage Championship (Cage Rage) showcasing fighters such as Anderson Silva and Vitor Belfort and British talent such as Brad Pickett, Michael Bisping and Jimi “The Poster Boy” Manuwa. In 2009 Dave founded the UCMMA promotion, continuing to raise the profile of mixed martial arts in the UK. Dave’s various promotions have totalled more TV hours than any other promotion in the UK.