New Mixed Martial Arts School to Open in November 2007

Nashville’s newest MMA training center, Bad Wolf MMA,will be opening their new location at 707 D RivergateParkway in Goodletsville, Tennessee, across from theRivergate Mall. The state-of-the-art facility hasover 5,100 square feet of training area and willfeature a Boxing Ring, Full Throwdown Cage, Muay Thaiand Boxing bag stations, along with over 2,500 squarefeet of Zebra mats. In addition, we have a Pro Shopthat offers the latest gear, apparel, and trainingequipment.

Programs for beginners to Pro fighters will beavailable, with classes in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA),Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), Muay Thai Kickboxing,Greco-Roman Wrestling, Boxing, and Self Defense. TheMuay Thai program is taught by “Kruu” Rick Caudle,Tennessee State Director for the United States MuayThai Association. The BJJ and groundfighting classesare taught by American Top Team Black Belt and fighterAlex “Bada” Andrade. The MMA classes are coached andtaught by both instructors. Classes in Bruce Lee’sJeet Kune Do Concepts and Filipino Martial Arts arealso available. Our Special Operations course is knownas “RAT” or Rapid Assault Tactics, and is used bySWAT, DEA, FBI, Navy SEALS, and by over 50 LawEnforcement agencies across the country. Bothinstructors have experience training Airline Pilots,Military Personnel, and Metro Police.

Representing Bad Wolf, Tyler Lowe, known as “T-Lowe”,and Jerry “Hangman” Harris made their MMA debut at the Kentucky Fight Challenge held in Bowling Green last Saturday, October 13th. Stepping into the Cage for the first fight of the evening was the Hangman. Living upto his name, he finished his opponent by GuillotineChoke at 2 minutes and 90 seconds of the first Round.In the second match, T-Lowe totally dominated hisopponent to win by TKO via Referee Stoppage in a mere 35 seconds of the first Round! Bad Wolf MMA trainers, Alex Andrade and Kruu Rick, were with them every step of the way, working their corners and cheering them on.

Be sure to read Rick’s article with Chuck Liddell’strainer, John Hackleman, entitled “Life in The Pit”,in the November issue of Ultimate Grappling Magazine.Check out Bad Wolf at: and for moreinformation contact us at:

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