Larry Wells

Team: Straight Up

Date of Birth: October 1, 1993

Style: Tae Kwon Do

Specialty: Point Fighting

Hometown: Tulsa, OK

Location: Oklahoma City, OK

Experience: 22 years

Leagues: NASKA, WAKO, AAU, WKA

Larry Wells is a world champion who represents the world-renowned Team Straight Up and is sponsored by G-Force Gear. He has won numerous titles in various leagues including NASKA, WAKO, and AAU. He has also been a member of the WKA USA karate team, placing silver at the world games in Tuscany, Italy. He now owns and operates two martial arts studios with his parents in Oklahoma, one in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Wells has created opportunities with professional athletes in other sports through networking, and has built a solid reputation for cross-training them in boxing-style workouts to help prepare them for their seasons. Some notable athletes he has worked with include Daquan Jeffries of the NBA's Sacramento Kings and Jermelle Cudjo of the NFL's Los Angeles Rams. Wells continues to promote his #TRAINWITHLARRY campaign as he wishes to continue to touch lives through his martial arts experience.

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The long-awaited meeting between ONE Flyweight World Champion Adriano "Mikinho" Moraes and ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix Champion Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson took center stage and had a shocking conclusion.

Five other bouts helped fill out ONE's primetime debut in the United States.

Need a recap of what went down at ONE on TNT I? Here is what you missed from the latest edition of ONE Championship action.

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World Taekwondo

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The Russian men also earned three titles lead by 2017 world champion Maksim Khramtsov, who garnered his second European crown at 80 kg.


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