American Mixed Martial Arts competed in the International Kickboxing Federation World Classic July 20. Winning members of the team are, from left, back row, team coach and second-place winner in his division Christopher “Chip” Stallo, team master instructor David Bybee and competition coach Tony Stallo; front row, division champions Kyle Moss and Dillon Ottinger.
PINELLAS PARK – The American Mixed Martial Arts team based in Pinellas Park came home from the International Kickboxing Federation World Classic this summer with two junior world championships and a second place in an adult division.
The group traveled to Orlando the weekend of July 20 to compete.
In the strawweight international rules open division for 13- and 14-year-olds, Kyle Moss was named champion. His teammate Dillon Ottinger was named champion in the junior welterweight international rules open division for 11- and 12-year-olds.
Christopher “Chip” Stallo took second place in the adult super heavyweight international rules open division.
All three were coached by David Bybee, master instructor and owner of American Mixed Martial Arts, at 10555 66th Street in Pinellas Park.