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September 2017

Plymouth Uni Freshers Session

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Looking forward to meeting everyone today for our Freshers introductory session! 2 hours of MMA, Muay Thai, Boxing, Jiu Jitsu and Self-Defense, all mixed in with some fun stuff to see what we do here.

1pm-3pm Today. Bring your uni friends, come along and start something awesome today!

Hybrid BJJ Smashes it.

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Absolutely amazing work today from all the guys who competed! Loads of medals across our team, and even better Team Pedro Bessa finished in first place overall!

Everyone did us proud!

Rob Homan gold in Gi & NoGi, silver in absolute Gi
Maverick Kent gold in Gi & NoGi (all by submission)
Ryley Plackett gold in Gi
Martin Trueman gold in Gi & NoGi
Harry Carpenter gold in NoGi bronze in Gi
Giselle Homan bronze in Gi & NoGi
Claire Sullivan Harvey silver in Gi & NoGi
Karen Ousey bronze in Gi (went up 2 weight categories)
Rebecca McDonald silver Gi
Hilton McDonald silver in Gi

8 golds
5 silvers
4 bronzes

So proud of you all

Mike makes Worlds!

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Following on from last week’s great results, we have more Muay Thai success to celebrate. Michael Bradbury went to Newcastle today for the National Muay Thai championships. Inspired by meeting his idol John Wayne Parr last weekend, Mike saw off stiff competition, winning the final in spectacular fashion with a KO knee to the head!

This performance wowed the selection committee, earning him a place in the U.K team for 2018’s IMFA World Championships in Mexico!!

Mike, his coaching team, and all his training partners have worked mega hard to get where he is now, and we at Hybrid couldn’t be more proud!

Rob kills it again!

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On a show that featured legends of the sport Liam Harrison fighting for a world title, Sitmonchai and Jazzy Parr, we saw hybrid’s Rob Osborne represent us in Birmingham.
Fighting a lad from the reaper gym in the Midlands, Rob took a heavy neck kick that wobbled him early on. There wasn’t much between them going into the 4th round when Rob showed amazing resilience and heart, pulling ahead on points through scoring well. This was repeated in the 5th where he was relentless, driving in knees from the clinch.

Rob was declared the winner against a very strong, experienced opponent.
This lad is still undefeated!