“The Milkman” Isaiah Herring confident in AOW 29 Title fight
Video interview with Isaiah Herring above
Isaiah “the Milkman” Herring has gotten off to about as fast a start as possible into his mixed martial arts fighting career. Herring has gone 3-0 with two KO’s and a submission via guillotine all in the first round. The 25-year-old calls Grindhouse MMA & Fitness his home. Grindhouse is located in the suburbs of Philadelphia in Feasterville, PA. They have a deep, talented team and a great coaching staff. UFC standout welterweight Sean Brady spends much time there.
Coach Matt Netterville is a tremendous advocate for the region’s fighters, and he has a good one on his hands with “the Milkman”. Isaiah is wrapping up fight camp as he prepares to get back to work at Art of War Cage Fighting 29 on May 12th at the Sheetmetal Worker’s Union Hall on the waterfront in South Philadelphia.
His opponent will be Chase Moeller. Moeller is also 3-o and like Herring, is a very highly thought of prospect. These two have a little history dating back over a year ago stemming from a previous AOW event. The brash Moeller was giving Herring some business as he was on the stage during a post-fight press conference and Herring took notes.
Herring and Moeller will get to settle their beef in the cage and as a bonus, this fight will be for the AOW 165 lb advanced amateur championship belt. MyMMANews reached out to Isaiah to get his thoughts on the fight. He tells us…
“I want to thank Chase for taking this fight. I know he is a strong wrestler, and I know he has a good striking coach in Justin Burke at Diamond Striking. I want to change my life. I have changed my lifestyle. I have changed my diet. I’m in here every day. Nothing but respect for him, but this is my time and he can wait a little bit longer until it’s his time.”
Check out our interview on the link above to hear first-hand how the beef started and how Herring has really devoted himself to being a better fighter and person.
AOW 29 will be streamed on PPV via Starfund App and we will have a recap right here. Nobody does regional combat sports like MyMMANews.com.
Commentator for Art of War Cagefighting. More than 15 years experience in the PA/NJ regional MMA circuit. Commentator/post fight interviews. Television/media/event production. USKA Fight Sports media and production.
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