Binns Management has just announced a huge signing. The undefeated World Series of Fighting Light Heavyweight prospect Kelvin Tiller (6-0) has just signed with Binns Management. Jimmy Binns Jr. of Binns Management released a press release announcing the signing:
Philadelphia, PA – Undefeated Light Heavyweight phenom KELVIN TILLER signs with Jimmy Binns Jr of BINNS MANAGEMENT. Tiller will be heading into the WORLD SERIES OF FIGHTING cage for his next fight on JUNE 6TH.
BINNS MANAGEMENT client Kelvin Tiller holds an undefeated Professional MMA record of 6-0, with three victories under the Bellator MMA banner. The Kansas native Tiller has been fighting in MMA since 2011, keeping his record flawless along the way and finishing five of his six victories. Tiller will be training at Balance Studios under Ricardo & Phil Migliarese. Phil (5th degree BJJ Black Belt) and Ricardo (4th Degree BJJ Black Belt under Relson Gracie) have been instrumental and key parts of some of the best prospects coming out of the East Coast region, with guys like Will Martinez, Sam Oropeza, Tim Carpenter, Mike Mucitelli, and now adding Kelvin Tiller to the list of top notch athletes.
Kelvin Tiller spoke on his partnership with Binns Management and how he feels this partnership will benefit his career,
“I met Jimmy Binns Jr through Sam Caplan [Matchmaker of Bellator MMA]. I wasn’t getting the proper training I wanted at my other gym, and was looking for direction with management. Jimmy brought me over to Balance Studios to train with Phil and Rick Migliarese. I felt right at home there, and am sure we are going to have a great relationship together, and go after all my goals with these guys behind me. This just seemed like the right time for me, and I feel Jimmy Binns Jr. and Binns Management can take me to the next level. My job is to train and fight and I think with Jimmy’s proven track record and credentials, Jimmy will take a lot of stress off me and get me the results I’m looking for. I believe we’re going to go to the top together.”
Tiller’s thoughts on how he feels his World Series of Fighting bout will go,
“You can expect a finish. I don’t like taking people down and laying on them, I like finishing fights. I know it’s going to be a tough fight, but I love tough fights. We will see what happens on June 6th.”
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