Larry Ingle, Kickboxing and MMA
Larry’s Bio (as much of it as we could post here):
7th Degree Black Belt Shotokan karate
8th Degree Black Belt Jujitsu (Namido)
9th Degree Black Belt Budoshin White Tiger Hapkido
4th Degree Black Belt Judo
Beginners ranks in Filipino Kali and Lameco
Certified Muay Thai instructor
Founder Western Malay Kickboxing system
Appointed as a coach to 2003 U.S. Nationals Martial Arts Team
2004 Legacy Martial Arts Hall of Fame: Most Accomplished Martial Artist of the Year
Nominated 2004 Master Instructor of the Year: United States Martial Arts Association
President of the Namido Yudanshukai
Western Governor for the Koreja Do Christian Martial Arts Association
Assistant Vice-President of the Budoshin White Tiger Hapkido System
Life member of both the United Budoshin Kai Culture and the United States Marital Arts Association
Awarded Colonel Aide De Camp from the state of Tennessee
Worked with law enforcement in local Mississippi areas. Forest, Morton, Newton, Pearl, Jackson, Raleigh
2004 Selected by the Mississippi athletic commission to represent the commission as a referee / judge for pro boxing, kickboxing, toughman, and MMA events.
Trained 4 toughman champions claiming a total of 10 toughman titles.
Began teaching boxing as a part of my martial arts curriculum in 1981.
Since 1979, acted as a trainer, cornerman, referee and judge for kickboxing, boxing, toughman boxing and MMA. Worked fights for Showtime, HBO, Fox Sports, ESPN 2, Comcast Sports South, Elite XC, and Various Pay Per View.