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Chase Moeller looks to settle beef and win title at AOW 29

Interview with Chase Moeller above

Art of War Cage Fighting 29 is scheduled for Friday night, May 12th in South Philadelphia.  The waterfront’s Sheetmetal Workers Union Hall will host this fight card featuring a 165 lb title match-up in the advanced amateur division that is setting up to be a barn burner.  Isaiah “the Milkman” Herring brings his 3-o with 3 finishes to the cage. Chase Moeller is right behind him at 3-0 with 2 finishes.  These two have a little beef and it’s about to get settled.

At a previous AOW event, Moeller had some words with Herring during the post-fight press conference.  This has been building since then.  MyMMANews reached out to Chase Moeller to get his feelings on the bout.  He doesn’t mince words and he is a confident young man at 19 years old.  He tells us…

“I always pay attention to the guys in my weight class.  When I saw Isaiah on the card at my weight class, I just knew that we would eventually fight. I just thought his nickname was corny.  Like, who is the Milkman?  I said something at the press conference and now we are going to settle it in the cage.”

You can see our full interview on the link above.

The energetic teenager trains out of MPR Endurance MMA and has dived headfirst into combat sports.  Chase has taken grappling matches and continues to put in the work at MPR which is the home to the U.S. Sambo team.  Moeller has been putting in a lot of time on growing his striking and in his last fight at AOW 28, I thought his technique and footwork looked great as he used his combinations to a level change to a transition to the back and get the submission in the 2nd round.  Herring is a 25-year-old and he trains out of Grindhouse MMA and Fitness.  Both of these fighters have excellent schools, coaches, and training partners.  This is going to be a terrific matchup.

You can purchase tickets at the door, or order the PPV on the Starfund app.

Chase Moeller AOW 29

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