Will Nevitt

Team: Infinity

Date of Birth: December 20, 1999

Style: Tae Kwon Do

Specialty: Extreme Forms and Weapons

Hometown: Rockford, IL

Location: Madison, WI

Experience: 14 Years

Leagues: NASKA, NBL, WSKL

Will Nevitt is a strong contender in the men's extreme forms and weapons divisions, and he can also deliver solid traditional routines. He is a staple of the world-class Team Infinity demo team and serves as a leader to the team's younger members. Nevitt prides himself on clean traditional techniques executed at high speeds during his extreme routines. He is also known for his high-flying tricking techniques with one of the highest vertical leaps in the sport.

Nevitt's talents earned him a hard-fought diamond ring at the 2019 Diamond Nationals, his first individual victory at a major. He was certainly no stranger to the stage going into the event, as he has made it to the finals numerous times with his performances and has won two ISKA demo team world championships. In addition to competing, he works as an instructor at Excel Academy of Tae Kwon Do in Rockford, Illinois.

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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.

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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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The two top-ranked Muay Thai contenders each have their own hopes and dreams for the gold, but if Todd can capture it, she will be the second-ever two-sport atomweight World Champion. She is chasing history to cement her legacy as the best atomweight striker in the world.

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