MUAY THAI superSTAR JOE SCHILLING - OFFICIAL

Biography

Joseph Francis "Joe" Schilling (January 13, 1984) is an American professional Muay Thai kickboxer and mixed martial artist who competes in the Middleweight division of Bellator Kickboxing and Bellator MMA. Known for his use of elbows to cut opponents and nicknamed "Stitch 'em Up", Schilling began fighting professionally in 2006 and was a two-time national titlist before defeating Kaoklai Kaennorsing to become the WBC Muay Thai Interim World Light Heavyweight Champion in 2011. Since 2011 Joe has consistently ranked among the top 3 Middleweights in the world

Championships and Awards

  • GLORY
    • 2013 GLORY Middleweight (-85 kg/187.4 lb) World Championship Tournament Champion
    • 2014 GLORY Middleweight (-85 kg/187.4 lb) Last Man Standing Tournament Runner-up
  • Muay Thai Association of America
    • MTAA United States Super Middleweight (-75 kg/165 lb) Championship
  • World Boxing Council Muaythai
    • WBC Muaythai Interim United States Super Middleweight (-76.204 kg/168 lb) Championship
    • WBC Muaythai United States Light Heavyweight (-79.379 kg/175 lb) Championship
    • WBC Muaythai Interim World Light Heavyweight (-79.379 kg/175 lb) Championship

Mixed Martial Arts

  • Combat Press
    • 2014 Knockout of the Year