“Slap Dawg”


#6 Super Heavyweight

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“Slap Dawg”


Fighting out of

Springfield, OR






295 lbs


Super Heavyweight




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Striking hand


When and why did you start training to be a Slap Fighter?

I started training around March and knew I could make it into Power Slap! Training keeps my mind occupied and helps me develop new skills. A lot of people think training is just a hobby, but it’s a way of life and mindset. You have to have self-control and self-awareness.

What does fighting in Power Slap mean for you and your career?

Fighting in Power Slap for THE Dana White is a dream come true! I can’t wait to showcase my slaps and chin and make Power Slap huge for the super heavyweight division! I WILL BECOME THE CHAMPION!!

What are your ultimate goals in fighting?

The ultimate goals would be BECOMING super heavyweight CHAMPION in the league! I want someone to try and take my head off!!

What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done?

Snuck into my neighbor’s house when I was 14 and stole marijuana. My mom caught me in the act and instantly turned me in. I definitely learned my lesson with that.

What’s the best thing you’ve ever done?

Getting into a field of work with adults who experience disabilities. Helping my participants overcome everyday obstacles and life’s ups and downs is more than rewarding; it’s a blessing to be able to help the ones who need it the most, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.

Is there anyone you’d like to slap fight against?

There is barely anyone in the super heavyweight division, but once more step to the plate, I’m sure someone will come to mind.

Occupation/past occupation(s):

Employment path coach for Arc Lane County. Past job was roofing and construction. HARD LABOR.