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|Amateur Record:||2-2-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)|
|Height:||5 Feet. 9 Inch(es).|
Tyler Lee's Amateur Record
|05/12/2012||Loss||Nikko Glasper||Paducah Punishment 54||Submission Guillotine Choke||2||1:30|
|05/29/2010||Loss||Demetras Jackson||Hybrid Fight League 5/29/10||Submission Strikes||2||2:45|
|08/29/2009||Win||Daniel Phelps||Southern Kentucky MMA 8/29/09||TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes||1||2:43|
|05/29/2009||Win||Coty Barron||Vyper Fight League 5/29/09||Submission Arm Bar||1||1:58|
|:||Bout results verified by an official State, Tribal, Provincial, or Municipal Commission.|
|NSF:||Non Sanctioned Fight|
|* :||For a variety of reasons, including weight disparity and the demands of entertainment, Exhibition Bouts are held, in which the contest is unscripted and hard fought, but the results do not count on a fighter's Official Record.|
|NC:||Fight Declared No Contest|
This is me
Tyler "Martin" Lee was born November 16, 1990 in Washington D.C. He, his mother and his brother moved to Philadelphia in 1991. At the early age of 3 Tyler's passion for Martial Arts was already evident. His older brother Christopher had already began learning the art and teaching Tyler at home. In 1994 Tyler took his first lessons at Tiger Schulmann's. Due to financial reasons the family stopped attending the school but continued to train in the privacy of their home where older brother Christopher passed on his black belt knowledge to young Tyler.
In 1995 the family moved to Clarksville Tennessee. Here started the body of Tyler's training and competing. His first stop was the Kempo Karate Studio in Oak Grove Kentucky. After less than a year of training the family learned of fraudulent behaviors and choose integrity. After disassociation from that school Tyler began training at the Baize School of Karate; training under David Baize and Bill Kellit. When these trainers split apart Tyler continued to train with both on separate occasions.
Tyler received his first Black Belt under David Baize in the art of Kami Bushi Kai under the United Bujutsu Federation earning him his first title of Jr. Shodan. Tyler was 8 years old. He continued to earn his Shodan title in 2006 at the age of 16 under the direction Bill Kellit at the United Christian Martial Arts Association.
Tyler also studied privately with several different instructors form Clarksville Tennessee to Princeton Kentucky in an effort to further his knowledge.
In 2004 Tyler entered High School at Northwest High School in Clarksville and started on the wrestling team. This team worked the art of Greko Roman and Freestyle Wrestling. His coaches were Nick Newman and Ben Smitherman. Tyler took home the Freshman Take down Title in his first year. His sophomore year he moved up a weight class and had a record of 16 Wins 5 Losses. Junior year, Tyler qualified and took 4th in Regional, he lost the chance to compete at a state level due to a dislocation of the left shoulder in the previous match. Tyler took his senior year to explore the other side of his life, spirituality and emotional growth was and still is a vital part of Tyler's training and life.
During his senior year Tyler trained at the Scientific Street Fighting Academy also known as SSF.
Tyler graduated High School at 17 years old.
After High School Tyler headed straight to the workplace to help support his family. He still works at the same place. He makes an effort to do work in his community to raise awareness for self defense and has spent time working in the animal shelters.
He began training with Jonathan Ivey the year before at the age of 16. He traveled from gym to gym just to remain a pupil of this man. It is here where Tyler began his MMA training and a desire to compete in this ring.
Tyler trained long hours and finally found his home at Olympic 24 Fitness under the training of both Jonathan Ivey and Mike Meeraman. Tyler earned his 2nd Black Belt in Sambo under the teachings of Jonathan Ivey.
Tyler has learned throughout his various training the arts of :Ju Jit Su, Shodokan, Ti Kwon Do, Judo, American Karate, Boxing, Kickboxing, and Sambo.
Tyler trains 5-6 times a week for 4-5 hours a day. He also spends a lot of time teaching younger and more inexperienced fighters the arts of MMA.
Tyler's current record in 3 Wins and 0 Losses with fights booked out 3-4 months and title matches offered.