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.

Check out article on Brayden from his native Australia’s “Fight News Australia.”