Tiger Muay Thai and MMA Phuket, Thailand training camp fighter Trevor Hicks will be making his professional debut March 3rd in Guam as he competes on the PXC: Rise For Japan event.

Having 10+amateur MMA bouts, Trevor Hicks won a Silver medal at the FBT Thailand Open earlier this year, before winning his professional Muay Thai debut via KO. Looking to continue establishing himself as a fighter, Hicks will be stepping into the cage March 3rd for the first time as a Professional in MMA.

Facing a member of the Korean Top Team with a 2-0 professional MMA record, Hicks will face an aggressive grappler, looking to establish himself on the international fight circuit.

Tiger Muay Thai is currently negotiating contracts for several other fighters to compete on this event–which will be attended by Wrestling Coach JJ Ambrose and BJJ Black Belt Ray Elbe.