1 hr 19 min

Tyler 'The Marauder' King My White Belt

    • Sports

“If It was easy, everyone would do it.” That is how Tyler King feels about his chosen career path in high-level competitive sports. From Northern Massachusetts, King has spent years making a name for himself in football, MMA, and Jiu-Jitsu.
Tyler initially followed in his dad’s footsteps when he began a career in the NFL at age 23 as a defensive end and linebacker. A graduate of the University of Connecticut, his football career years included playing with the Yukon Huskies and the Arizona Cardinals. He went on to the Saint Louis Rams, was signed by the San Diego Chargers and the Jaguars. He played in Cologne, Germany, with NFL Europe and Arena Football in the U.S.
After his years in the NFL, King took a job in the financial world and trained in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). He has been called a natural in the full-contact combat sport mixed martial arts competitive world. He got into Jiu-Jitsu as part of the MMA training. King is currently classified as a black belt and is about to receive his first degree.
Tyler travels for professional exhibitions and competitions and goes to martial arts schools to conduct seminars, teaching principles, and moves. He also trains others for matches and has plans to move on to coaching in MMA and Jiu-Jitsu.
King’s statistics and competitive activities are all over the internet, and you can even view MMA matches he has been in. When asked if he would do it all over again, he said, “one hundred percent, with or without the lessons I’ve picked up along the way.”
You can keep up with Tyler King on social media at @tylerking52 on Instagram, Tyler King on Facebook, and @tking52 on Twitter.

Support Tyler and his crew, March 18,  2023 http://cagetitansfc.com


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“If It was easy, everyone would do it.” That is how Tyler King feels about his chosen career path in high-level competitive sports. From Northern Massachusetts, King has spent years making a name for himself in football, MMA, and Jiu-Jitsu.
Tyler initially followed in his dad’s footsteps when he began a career in the NFL at age 23 as a defensive end and linebacker. A graduate of the University of Connecticut, his football career years included playing with the Yukon Huskies and the Arizona Cardinals. He went on to the Saint Louis Rams, was signed by the San Diego Chargers and the Jaguars. He played in Cologne, Germany, with NFL Europe and Arena Football in the U.S.
After his years in the NFL, King took a job in the financial world and trained in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). He has been called a natural in the full-contact combat sport mixed martial arts competitive world. He got into Jiu-Jitsu as part of the MMA training. King is currently classified as a black belt and is about to receive his first degree.
Tyler travels for professional exhibitions and competitions and goes to martial arts schools to conduct seminars, teaching principles, and moves. He also trains others for matches and has plans to move on to coaching in MMA and Jiu-Jitsu.
King’s statistics and competitive activities are all over the internet, and you can even view MMA matches he has been in. When asked if he would do it all over again, he said, “one hundred percent, with or without the lessons I’ve picked up along the way.”
You can keep up with Tyler King on social media at @tylerking52 on Instagram, Tyler King on Facebook, and @tking52 on Twitter.

Support Tyler and his crew, March 18,  2023 http://cagetitansfc.com


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Join our free, My White Belt Wednesday, newsletter here: https://www.mywhitebelt.com/

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Support My White Belt when you shop ORIGIN x JOCKO FUEL by using discount code: TRICK10
https://originmaine.com/?ref=iRlDmaPt8CdIHS

Bighorn Athletics is the official grappling tape of My White Belt!
Use code Mywhitebelt to save 10%
https://www.bighornathletics.com/

Check out Tactition Trays for your Every Day Carry!
https://tacticiantrays.com/
Use code: TRICK10 to save $$$

Submit podcast questions here:https://www.mywhitebelt.com/podcast

1 hr 19 min

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