Thiago Stefanutti is a third degree Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt who has placed at the IBJJF World Championships, South American Championships and European Championships, won multiple state championships in Brazil and multiple Pan Pacific Championships.
His students have won multiple World Championship titles and our team is the only Australian team to ever win a IBJJF World Championships team trophy, the most prestigious Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competition in the world.
Tao Jaiphet is a pioneer of the Melbourne Muay Thai scene with over 16 years’ experience as a fight trainer, producing over 150 fighters to date and 14 champions.
Tao spent much the late 90s training and fighting in Thailand and Australia, amassing a record of 12 wins from 19 bouts, as well as training and fighting in Macau and Hong Kong also where he used his background in Muay Thai to compete in Sanda, putting together an undefeated record of 11 wins from 11 fights.
Pradeep Singh Sihag is a professional boxer with a combined amateur and professional record of 144 wins, 6 losses and 1 draw. He is the WBC Asian Middleweight Champion, Pan Asian Boxing Association Middleweight Champion and Oriental Pacific Boxing Federation Asian Middleweight Champion.
He has been ranked as the #1 middleweight in Australia, #1 in Asia and #13 in the World.
He is a four-time National Champion in India and was a star of the FOX reality TV show, The Contender.
Craig Jones is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt and IBJJF No-Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Purple Belt World Champion. He is also a ADCC Worlds Qualifier, NAGA World Champion, 4-time Pan-Pacific Champion, 6-time Australian Champion and 9-time State Champion.
In 2015 Craig became the first Australian Adult Male to win an IBJJF World Championship.
Outside of Jiu Jitsu Craig has also completed his Bachelors in Behavioural Science (Psychology).
Raphael Berthet is a professional mixed martial artist and Pankration fighter with a record of 10 wins and 2 losses. He holds victories on some of the biggest MMA events in Australia, including Hex Fight Series and Valor.
During his 15 years spent training martial arts, he has won the French National Pankration Championship (a modified form of MMA in France) and has won multiple judo state titles in his native France.
Jeremy Wharerau is a former professional mixed martial artist with a record of 4 wins, 2 losses, and 1 draw with one win coming via KO in a bout fought in America.
Although proficient in both striking and grappling, Jeremy’s approach to the mental aspects of training and fighting have seen his students to success at all levels, including bouts at Australian Fighting Championship, Hex Fight Series and Valor, the largest MMA events in Australia.
Connor Evans has over 15 years of freestyle wrestling experience and during his time on the mats he has been a member of the Scottish, British and Australian national teams.
He has won the Australian Freestyle Wrestling Championships, South East Asian Freestyle Wrestling Championships and Oceania Freestyle Wrestling Championships.
Claire “Fury” Foreman is a professional Thai Boxer who has been training martial arts for 10 years, spending the last 7 years focusing on Muaythai. She holds a record of 19 fights for 17 wins and is the current Victorian and Australian WMC champion. She has fought and trained internationally and will be making her debut in the US later this year.
She believes that Martial Arts and Combat Sports empowers women and girls to build confidence, strength, resilience and community and is passionate about bringing more women into the sport. Whether you wish to fight one day or are wanting to train for personal development or fitness she is keen to support your personal goals. Her classes are a fun, friendly space for women to push their fitness while learning authentic Muaythai.
John McKenna is a professional Muay Thai fighter with a record of 17 wins, 4 losses and 1 draw. He is the reigning WMC State Middleweight Champion and has been training martial arts for 9 years, fighting both domestically and internationally.
John is currently studying for his Cert IV in Fitness.
Simon Carson is a professional mixed martial artist with a record of 1 win and 0 losses, elite coach and Pan-Pacific Champion and Australian Champion at blue belt in BJJ. He currently holds a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
A Registered Exercise Scientist (ESSA), Level 1 Olympic Lifting Coach and Bachelor of Health Science (Human Movement) graduate, Simon has trained Olympians, World Champions in BJJ and State Champion boxers.
His expertise is widely recognised, writing for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, and he has been featured on Nova and SEN.
Natalie Stiles has over 8 year’s experience as a personal trainer, holding her Cert III and IV in Fitness, Boxing, Animal Flow and Suspension Trainer Certs, Kettlebells Level 2, and Crossfit Level 1.
She is a former sprinter and long distance runner but now moves and exercises for the love of it. She has experience in Muay Thai, Crossfit, trail running, rock climbing and any other thing that looks fun and active.
She has helped everyone from weekend warriors to champion fighters prepare for specific events or just establish a healthy, balanced approach to exercise and lifestyle.
George Tuuholoaki is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu purple belt and has been training for more than 6 years. He is a dedicated and successful competitor in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, regularly competing both within Australia and internationally.
He is a three-time IBJJF No-Gi World Championship Bronze medallist, two-time Pan Pacific Jiu-Jitsu Silver medallist, four-time Pan Pacific Jiu Jitsu Bronze medallist, Australian Champion and has won and placed in numerous Australian state championships.
George is also a father of three children who all also train Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.