Eugene Conquistador Correa has a background in MMA from as early as 9 years old. Growing up in a group home Five acres Altadena California , he participated in Kenpo karate that was introduced by master Machk “bear” to help stay out of trouble being affected from not living with his parents from 3-11 years old it helped him stay disciplined & at age 15. He trained American kickboxing under black belt Paul Hoch. Sayla & David Cooper’s gym Kickblast Long Beach and found it a way to escape the Gang lifestyle around his neighborhood in East Long Beach CA. with his closest sister being lost in drugs and sent to prison eventually deported due to gang activities & father not being there completely right after high school in 2011 he fought smokers & debuted in 2012 amateur. He decided to switch gyms and trained boxing under Jorge at Hill Street Boxing. To sharpen his kickboxing skills Correa went to Khmer kickboxing and learned under master Oumry Ban in Long Beach and went to Chute Boxe MMA for his Muay Thai and grappling .
He also trained GI jiu jitsu from the Jiu Jitsu league in signal hill to Cleber Lucianos Academy in Chute Boxe and NO GI with Jason Temple & but it wasn't until he met Rick Marshall who was a 10th planet blackbelt teaching no GI jiu jitsu to the MMA guys in chute boxe, that he fell in love with no GI back in 2014.
Technically there wasn't a 10th planet academy officially opened in Long Beach but it was at the 10th Planet school under construction that Correa met Felix Carrada, an Eddie Bravo blackbelt. Carrada then sponsored and trained Correa for 2 years in 2015. It was through Carrada that Correa was introduced to Chai Sirisute Jr., son of Master Ajarn Chai Sirisute founder of Muay Thai in USA. Correa trained under Chai Sirisute and when 10th Planet Long Beach school officially opened, Correa coached MMA there while learning jiu jitsu. He received his blue belt for dedicating/competing another 2-3 years of the no GI jiu jitsu art strictly combining 4-5 years of no GI experience and 2-3 of GI/MMA prior to 10th planet, making it an overall 8-9 years of training/competing mixed martial arts.
Eugene got signed by the worlds 2nd biggest MMA promotion Bellator thanks to former bellator light heavyweight champion Emanuel Newtown that introduced him to his new head MMA coach and UFC legend Antonio McKee back in 2015 as well. Training under McKee’s submission grappling system “Bodyshop MMA” with wrestling Correa improved his grappling and MMA all around. Correa has become a jiu jitsu champion in different promotions winning 1st at Blue and purple belt.
Correa currently Holds a record for The fastest Leg lock Submission in Pro MMA history from a "Imarani Roll" at 0:10 seconds beating the previous record of 11 seconds, It is as well a overall top 1-50 Best & fastest of all time out of 250 overall to exist in the sports history including UFC & Bellator and all promotions.  He is now training BJJ under one of Eddie bravos Coaches Renato Magno's school Street Sports Santa Monica while sticking with the Bodyshop mma team.
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