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Giom Peltier, born in Rouen, France, on 4th March 1986. Peltier is the Chief Executive Officer of Bulgarian Top Team, a Mixed Martial Arts Management Company. An MMA Manager with a fighter roster that covers nations such as Europe, North Africa, United Kingdom, and United States of America.

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Early Background[edit]

Sports played a big part in Peltiers early life. At the age of 13, he was a force in the discipline of Handball, winning several competitions for clubs such as Pont-Audemer and Beuzeville, until the age of 18. Reaching professional level, Peltier decided to change course with his sporting focus. Also highly interested in Boxing and Kickboxing. During that time, kickboxing was a popular sport in Marseille. Peltier fought and won several amateur fights. He was noticed through his sucess in boxing where he was made an offer to be the bodyguard for the Olympique de Marseille players. During this time also saw Marseille become the champions of France (2010).


Following his marriage and birth of his first child, Peltier moved to Bulgaria in 2014. His entrepreneurial style coupled with his passion for business, saw him move into the hospitality and club scene. Opening and managing several clubs. It was also around this time that Peltier opened a kickboxing club and the sucess of this venture quickly evolved into a Mixed Martial Arts club.

Peltier started to accompany fighters to all Russian organizations and countries of the East to help the athletes in coaching and mentoring. Through his involvement and networking across various promotions, Peltier moved more into a management role. The decision to create and form Bulgarian Top Team Management came soon after.

Bulgarian Top Team[edit]

In 2016, Peltier started to coach and manage the first Frenchman on the team, Malik Merad. Against all odds, the new team combination produced successful results. Malik had suffered 4 defeats in a row and had his peers doubting his ability. Peltier was determined to turn this around and his instinctive push was right. Malik notched up 4 victories including the most difficult organizations (ACB in Russia). This gave Peltier and BTT credibility in the arena of MMA and more athletes joined BTT.[1] Merad signed with the global promotion BRAVE CF in 2021. [2]

Peltier's first signing to the UFC was Fares Ziam, who started his professional career in 2014 with Lyon Fighting Championships.[3] Ziam was recognised by UFC due to talent.[4] Recently, a second BTT fighter was signed to the UFC, French power house Benoit "God of War" St. Denis and will compete in a welterweight bout UFC 267.[5] Benoit "God of War" St. Denis is known for his submission skills.[6] He is currently ranked at #1 in Western Europe Pro Welterweights. [7] His head coach is the renowned Daniel Woirin. [8]

Heavyweight Tony Johnson (fighter) is another elite athlete under the coaching and management of Peltier. Johnson has been affiliated with global promotions such as King of the Cage, Bellator, ONE Fighting Championship.[9] Johnson, an America MMA fighter is currently three time ACA Heavyweight Champion [10]

Other notable champions include Morgan "The Last Pirate" Charrière [11] currently fighting under Cage Warriors. Mohamed "L'Ambiance" Said Maalem [12], Amin Ayoub both currently fighting under BRAVE CF and Karl Amoussou with achievements of previous Bellator Tournament Champion and Cage Warriors Champion, is now fighting under Hexagone MMA [13].

Peltier has created and manages a talent scouting program sourcing new and talented prospects and thereafter signs and mentors them under Bulgarian Top Team Management.

Training Camp[edit]

Peltier created and manages Bulgarian Top Team Training Camp, widely reported training camp in Europe[14]. Athletes from all over the country descend on Bulgaria for two weeks training. Sharpening the skillset of active professional fighters and also a great hub for scouting up and coming MMA stars.[15]


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  2. Bahrain, mixed martial arts-. "Top French Light Heavyweight Malik Merad joins BRAVE CF, plans to try Middleweight run". Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  3. "Fares Ziam ("Smile Killer") | MMA Fighter Page". Tapology. Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  4. Simon, Zane (2013-01-29). "List of current UFC fighters". Bloody Elbow. Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  5. "French Invasion: Benoit St. Denis Signs with the UFC". Sherdog. Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  6. FightBookMMA (2021-08-08). "Benoit Saint-Denis Calls Out Eldar Eldarov After Emphatic BRAVE CF 52 Win | FightBook MMA". Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  7. "Benoit Saint-Denis ("God of War") | MMA Fighter Page". Tapology. Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  8. Admin (2021-06-16). "Daniel Woirin un talent non reconnu". Head Kick News (in français). Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  9. "Tony Johnson Jr. ("Hulk") | MMA Fighter Page". Tapology. Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  10. "Omielańczuk zwycięski, Haratyk ponownie lepszy od Strusa, Celiński znokautowany - wyniki ACA 122". NaszeMMA (in polski). 2021-04-23. Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  11. "Morgan Charrière", Wikipédia (in français), 2021-10-06, retrieved 2021-10-15
  12. FightBookMMA (2021-08-02). "Mohamed Said Maalem's BRAVE CF World Title Win Now Paid In Full | FightBook MMA". Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  13. "Hexagone MMA: fin de combat chaotique avec une disqualification pour un très vilain geste". RMC SPORT (in français). Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  14. "Елитни ММА бойци отново с лагер в България". Boec.BG - онлайн медия за бойни спортове (in български). 2020-08-10. Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  15. "French MMA fighter trains in Sofia ahead of UFC debut". BOEC.COM. 2019-09-04. Retrieved 2021-10-29.

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