Joseph Murdaugh

Murdaugh, Joseph

Joseph “Joe” Murdaugh began his martial arts journey at the age of 10 where he

met with success in Judo tournaments against much older and more experienced

opposition. After two years of competition he switched gears and began to

participate in basketball leagues. Feeling untested on the court, Joe reappeared

on the mat, at the age of fifteen, with an eye towards Tae Kwon Do. Six years of

hard training and sacrifice would see him attain many tournament titles as well as

his black belt. With the belief that Tae Kwon Do had taken him as far as it could,

he started to look for a more practical combat sport. He eventually landed in the

world of Muay Thai where, after only a month of training, he competed in, and

won, his first fight. His dominance often lead to bouts with heavier opponents due

to the lack of opposition in his own weight class. His love for the martial arts has

led him to dabble in Boxing, Hapkido, Jiu Jitsu and Kung fu. Joe currently teaches

dynamic kickboxing classes at Bangkok Boxing.

Accomplishments:

1993 NH Junior/Senior Judo Championship 1st place

1997 Showdown Georgia Taekwondo Championship 1st place

1999 Showdown Georgia Taekwondo Championship 1st place

1999 U.T.A Young’s Taekwondo Open Championship 1st place

1999 Georgia State Pro/Am Championship 1st place

1999 Georgia State Taekwondo Championship 2nd place

2000 Showdown Georgia Taekwondo Championship 1st place

2000 Tiger USA Taekwondo Championship 1st

2004 U.S.M.T.A National Welterweight Champion Muay Thai

2004 WKA National Welterweight Champion Muay Thai

2005 WKA National Welterweight Champion Muay Thai

2005 WKA Worlds Championship Muay Thai 2nd place

 

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