11-5-1 (9 KO)
Eddie  Walker
classements réels
183 CM / 6'0"
United States of America United States of America
Catégorie de poids
84.7 KG / 187 LBS
médias sociaux

Combattant Statistiques

Glory Record 0-2-0 (0 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Temps de combat moyen 6:09 Fight Duration
Rapport de Knockdown 0:7 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 3.98 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 13.01 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Différentiel frappant -9.03 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Précision frappante 41.88% Proportion of Strikes Landed

Combattant Record

Résultat Adversaire Événement Méthode Regarder
Pertes Francois Ambang Glory 12: New York
Superfight Series
Nov 23 2013
TKO - 4 Knockdowns in Fight
01:40 of Round 3
Pertes Stephen Wakeling Glory 5: London
Main Card
Mar 23 2013
01:38 of Round 2
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Combattant Bio

Twitter Eddie  Walker

0-2-0 (0 KO) United States of America


Eddie ‘Showtime’ Walker had a breakout year in 2012, scoring a stoppage win over Joe ’Stitch Em Up’ Schilling. In February 2013 he was invited to take part in the middleweight ‘Road to Glory’ tournament in Los Angeles.

The one-night, eight-man tournament was designed to unearth fighters who have the potential to fight in the GLORY World Series. Walker knocked out two opponents before losing in the final. His performance was impressive and so, along with tournament winner Mike Lemaire, he was given a contract.

Walker’s GLORY debut was made in London, England in March. He met the highly decorated multi-time world Muay Thai champion Steve Wakeling and suffered a TKO defeat after being hammered with leg kicks. Walker’s team felt he hadn’t recovered fully from his ‘Road to Glory’ tournament fights but regardless, he decided to drop from middleweight to welterweight.

A native of Georgia, Walker still maintains a full-time job alongside his fighting career. He works as a safety officer in a large manufacturing plant. He finds it ironic that he spends the day trying to stop people hurting themselves, then he spends the evenings getting himself in shape to hurt people. 

During a fight camp he rises at 4:00 am every day during the week, does a 3 mile run, then goes to work a 6:00 am to 3:30 pm shift. At 4:00 pm, Eddie heads to training and many times doesn’t get home until 7 or 8 in the evening. Walker maintains his job in order to “provide maximum income” for his young family.

He is coached by Manu N’Toh, winner of several world titles in his own fighting days. N’Toh’s students include MMA fighters such as Brian Stann and Douglas Lima. He is widely regarded as one of the top trainers in the USA.