#8 Heavyweight

1 - 1 - 0 (W-L-D)



Fighting out of

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina






259 lbs






1 - 1 - 0

Striking hand


When and why did you start training to be a Slap Fighter? I never really trained, professionally speaking, to become a Slap Fighter. I’m just a regular blue-collar man who breaks records at bars on the punching machines regularly and I have a strong chin.

What does fighting in Power Slap mean for you and your career? Fighting in Power Slap gives me the opportunity to give my family the life they deserve, financially speaking. As far as my career, I love what I do and I love my boss, but if this opportunity takes me places, my job will be there when I get home, regardless.

What are your ultimate goals in fighting? My ultimate goal would be to show my kids that they can do anything they put their mind to. I want to take this as far as I can to earn respect for sport, money for my family, and to give the people what they want and to enjoy the journey.

What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done? Drop out of high school during senior year. I had several scholarship offers on the table to play football and I walked from all of it

What’s the best thing you’ve ever done? Go to the Morgan Wallen concert on May 4, 2018, because it’s where I met my wife.

Is there anyone you’d like to slap fight against? I prefer to be humble and just slap the f**k out of whoever you give me the opportunity to.

Occupation/past occupation(s): Current occupation- Fence installer, soon to be partner in the business [hopefully].

Previously – heavy machinery operator, head bouncer, warehouse supervisor, mechanic, paramedic, fire fighter