Meet Enoch Bricker

Posted: May 1, 2008 by Xtreme Couture MMA in Uncategorized
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Enoch is a pal of ours here at the gym and a big fan of Gray Maynard’s. He’s also an American Hero, having served in Iraq. Enoch was a gunner in a Humvee with the Army’s 875th National Guard unit. We met Enoch when he came out here for Gray’s fight against Dennis Sivers. 12 times while Enoch was serving in Ballad, Iraq the Humvee he was in was hit by an explosive device. The 11th explosion severally dislocated his shoulder, but it was popped back in place. The 12th explosion dislocated his shoulder so badly that doctors said the only thing keeping his arm attached was his skin. Doctors managed to put the shoulder back in place and reattach all of his tendons. After a stay at Walter Reed Medical Center, Enoch’s shoulder is like new. Now he is competing in MMA and sports a record of 4-0.

Here are some of his fights.

1st Fight vs Terry Caldwell

2nd Fight vs Austin Foster

4th Fight vs Jake Underwood

Comments
  1. max bishop says:

    i am enochs instructor, thanks for posting this it meant alot to him for sure. i want you to know enoch oly trained three weeks total and couldnt wait to fight. he has 4 fights in only three months training. he trains hard, and is learning fast, i know he isnt technical yet, but judge him on 3 months with no past experience,and you understand most would not get in the cage much less win. he has a warriors heart and we see big things for him in years to come. again thanks for posting it is a huge honor for him.

  2. Charlie Baker-Fenton says:

    Enoch, I pray a miracle happens and you land in TUF

    that show would never be the same

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