Jack Felton

Team: All Stars

Date of Birth: October 24, 1986

Style: American Tae Kwon Do

Specialty: Point Fighting

Hometown: Huntington Beach, CA

Location: Tustin, CA

Experience: 26 Years

Leagues: NBL, NASKA, WAKO, WCL

Jack "Iceman" Felton will go down as one of the greatest lightweight point fighters of all time. His illustrious career features world championships in the NBL, NASKA, and WAKO leagues. He was also a key member of the Los Angeles Stars in the World Combat League alongside Bellator kickboxing champion Raymond Daniels. Felton's well-rounded game and extraordinarily high fight IQ continue to make him a contender at any tournament he attends. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, he was having a great season as the overall grand champion at the Compete Nationals and runner-up at the Irish Open to teammate Elijah Everill.

Felton is also recognized around the world for his teaching skills. He teaches seminars internationally and is currently offering virtual seminars titled "Iceman Insight Training". These seminars provide key point fighting drills, skills, and strategies that will help aspiring athletes become world champions.

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