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Lloyd ‘Albie’ McKinney

10th February

Name: Lloyd “Albie” McKinney
Age: 24
Height: 5′ 7″
Weight class: 125
Right or left handed: Ambidextrous
Reach: 68″
Training center:  Iron Works, Holmen
Win: 9
Loss: 3

Q- Where are you from, high school/ college:

A- I went to Luck High School, and I will graduate from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in the Spring/Summer

Q- Martial arts/wrestling background:

A- I have wrestled since I was 5 years old, but I have been training MMA since I was 17, so I have been doing that for about 6 years now.

Q- What is your 5 year goal?

A- In five years I want to be a World Champion in the UFC

Q- How many hours per week to you spend training?

A- 3-5 hours a day… 6 days a week. Whether it is physical or mental training, I try and stay consistent…

Q- What part of training do you find least enjoyable?

A- I don’t have a … Read More »



Austen Heidlage

10th February

Name: Austen Heidlage
Age: 22
Weight: 215
Height: 6’1″
Reach:77
Right Handed
Wins/Losses: 2-0 amateur – 0-0 pro
Home Town: Carthage Missouri
Sponsors: State Room
Accomplishments: Missouri Wrestling State Champion
Fighting Styles: Wrestling/Muay Thai

Q- Where are you from, home town, high school/ college?

A- I’m from Carthage, Missouri, I graduated from Carthage High School in 2008, and I am currently going to school to become a Firefighter.

Q- What is your Martial arts/wrestling background?

A- I’ve been wrestling since i was in fourth grade. I came up through an amazing youth program. Once i got to high school I was a four year starter and ended up winning state my Sr. year giving my head coach his first ever state champion which is one of the proudest moments in my life, also while in high school I set numerous school records including destroying the career pin record and setting it at 98 falls. … Read More »





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