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Chaitanya Gavali: Fighter of the Week

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One of the biggest names in Indian MMA, Chaitanya “Dangerous” Gavali is one of the most popular fighters in Indian MMA scene and has brought several accolades to the country. Looking at Chaitanya Gavali today, it is hard to believe there was a time in his life when he was bullied. It was only when he started training for mixed martial arts that he discovered a new side to his personality.

Friday Fighter of the Week : Chaitanya Gavali - Chaitanya

Chaitanya Gavali started his fitness journey with the intent of losing weight. He joined Evolution Combat Sports & Fitness, located in Khar, back in 2011. He weighed around 95 Kilos at the start and brought his weight down to around 60 Kilos.

Chaitanya Gavali is known to be India’s first Professional MMA Fighter to win a title in a foreign promotion. He has represented India in various International competitions. Below are the titles and achievements he has won:

  • Ultimate Beat Down
    World Feather Weight MMA Champion
  • Warrior FC, Malaysia
    Bantam Weight MMA Champion
  • National BJJ Champion in the 69 Kgs Category 2018
  • Selected For Asian Games In Jakarta Indonesia in August 2018
  • Bangkok Brazilian Jiu-Jutsu (BJJ) Open 2012
    Gold Medal
  • Evolution Grappling India Open 2015
    Gold Medal
  • Bangkok Brazilian Jiu-Jutsu (BJJ) Open 2011
    Silver Medal
  • World Professional Jiu-Jutsu Championship (WPJJC) Trials Held In Hong Kong, 2012
    Silver Medal
  • Represented India at The World Sambo Championship 2016
  • Judo National Championships
    Represented Maharashtra State In The Nationals

His career as an MMA fighter has taken him to China, Malaysia, Japan and Iran. He has also won two world titles in Malaysia back in 2015. His ambition is to represent India in the Ultimate Fighting Championships which is the top MMA promotion in the world. Chaitanya Gavali feels MMA has given him discipline and a sense of purpose in life. He is so committed that he has missed even birthdays and weddings because of training. “If training is there, a fighter needs to be present at the training. That discipline he needs to follow. If h emisses the training he is not loyal to the training and he doesn’t deserve to be a fighter or a champion.”

The MMA India Show wishes Chaitanya Gavali all the best for his future fights and endeavours. We are eagerly looking forwards to Chaitanya ” Dangerou” Gavali return to the cage.

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