World Rankings : #3 IBF | #2 IBO | #4 WBO
Belts : IBO: International Champion | IBO Intercontinental Champion | IBF Intercontinental Champion
Win/Loss Record : 165-10
Titles : 2 Time Romanian National Champion

Alexandru (Alex) Marin is 25 years old. Alex came to the USA five years ago with the dream of becoming the world champion. Since then Alex has worked, sacrificed and struggle to make his dream a reality. Today Alex is ranked among the best fighters in the world a will get his world title shot sometime in mid 2019.  Alex grew up from humble beginning in the town of IAIS Romania where he lived with his parents and 3 siblings. Alex was sent to the local boxing gym by his parents with the hope he could find some discipline and motivation.  Alex was a natural at boxing and soon started competing and dominating the local competing. Over time Alex continued to progress and eventually became the Romanian National Champions two times. It was Alex’s dream to come to the USA a become a professional and compete for a world title.

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Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas

Jake Tran is the youngest ever to receive a Black Belt in Krav Maga under John Whitman of Krav Maga Alliance. Jake Tran also serves as the striking coach for pro MMA fighter, Cisco Isata, since 2011. He has cornered Cisco in his bouts at World Series of Fighting (WSOF), Shogun, and Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC). Cisco is currently the 145 Champion at Shogun and Strike Off. Outside of fighting, Jake also received a Personal Protection Specialist certification under the Executive Protection Institute and became a member of the Nine Lives Associates in 2013.
    Matt began boxing at the age of 21. Over the years he has trained with numerous amateur boxers and professionals (such as Shawn Porter and William Joppy). In addition, Matt has worked along side several coaches such as Bruce Babashan and Robert Crawford, who are considered to be two of the premier boxing trainers in the Washington, DC area.  
      Nate has been practicing Martial Arts since he was in middle school and has been boxing since 2010, two of those years were as an amateur.   Nate has been an instructor since 2015. His teaching style is a combination of explosive conditioning, strength training, heavy bag work, technique drilling, and a number of ever-changing full body workouts to keep members pushing themselves.