Tiger Muay Thai and MMA training camp, Phuket, Thailand fight team member Brayden Summers is quietly making his mark in MMA. Going into his biggest fight yet on ESPN / Star Sports Martial Combat MMA event last week in Singapore with a 2-0 record.
Brayden was set for his toughest test yet in the cage. After a fast paced first round, Brayden slipped an unconventional standing “anaconda” or D’arce choke on his opponent for the submission and a 3-0 record. It just so happened that Ray Elbe, Head MMA instructor at Tiger Muay Thai and MMA had gone over that choke in the weeks heading up to Brayden’s fight.