Children and Adult class enrollment has been increasing over the past few weeks.  Those interested in BJJ gi training are encouraged to stop in or call the gym at 570-385-5070.  Men and woman, boys and girls of all experence levels are all welcome.  Classes for children are Monday and Friday starting at 4p.m. and Saturday at 9 a.m.  Adult classes are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday starting at 6 p.m.

ACC Welcomes New BJJ Black Belt Instructor- Matt Melusky

Anthracite Combat Club welcomes BJJ Black Belt Matt Melusky to the club.  Matt has been training in martial arts for the past eleven years.  In 2012 Matt was promoted to black belt by Professor Dave Hertzog.  We are honored and excited to have Matt on staff here at ACC.

Promotion Granted!

On Friday August 23, 2013 Jeff Walcott received his brown belt from Professor Dave Hertzog.  This is a great honor considering the highly regarded reputation that Professor Hertzog has established in BJJ.  Just some of his accomplishments include:

3X World Championship No-Gi silver medalist.

Pan American bronze medalist.

2x Pan Am No Gi medalist

And Grappler's Quest Champion.

We look forward to continuing our training with Professor Hertzog for many more years. 

Brown Belt

NAGA Battle at the Beach Results

On Sunday August 4, 2013 Vance and Gannon Walcott competed at the NAGA Battle at the Beach Tourney in Wildwood NJ.  This was both Vance and Gannon's first event.  Vance Walcott secured siver medals in both the gi and no gi divisions.  Gannon Walcott took Gold in the gi division and bronze in the no gi.  We are very proud of both boys and look forward to many more competitions.  CONGRATS! And keep up the hard work.

Blake Uhler Wins!

Ulher wins.

Blake Uhler won his first MMA fight this past Saturday night.  All three judges scored the fight 30-27 in favor of Blake.  This was a great first fight for Blake who had an opponent that was very game.  Both were very aggressive and pushed the pace for all three rounds.  ACC looks forward to Blake's next fight later this summer.  At least one more before our future Marine leaves for boot.  Great Job Blake!

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