Joel Malcolm Davis at All Star Game 2018 Supporting boys and Girls Club

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Joel Malcolm Davis is an African American mixed martial artist and former amateur wrestler supporting Boys and Girls Club Charity Foundation All Star 218 Game week . was a true pleasure to interview this amazing ,hard working, undefeded fighter and get the glimpse about his life story.  His dad named him after slain civil rights leader Malcolm X because he felt he would become a born leader like Malcolm X was. Davis is from Compton, California. At Santa Fe High School Davis was an all conference running back/receiver, first team CIF stand out football player as well as a two-time California State champion wrestler, three-time State finalist and two-time national champion.In college, Davis competed in wrestling for Notre Dame College of Ohio. He was the third undefeated NCAAwrestler over a four-year career ever and the first wrestler in the history of the NCAA Division II to end his entire career undefeated. He finished his career with a 133-0 Division II record.In May 2016, Davis competed in a rare exhibition match alongside the USA Olympic team versus Cuba in the Beat the Streets (BTS) "Salsa in the Square" wrestling event in New York City. He faced three-time NCAA champion Alex Dieringer of Oklahoma State who was nominated for an ESPY and won the Dan Hodge Trophy. He lost that freestyle exhibition match 9-0.Davis is currently signed to Bellator MMA.[7] He competes as a welterweight and made his promotional debut against Keith Cutrone on August 26, 2016 at Bellator 160.[8] Davis won the fight by unanimous decision.Davis faced Justin Roswell at Bellator 182 on August 25, 2017. He won the fight via TKO in the first round.[9]Davis faced Ian Butler at Bellator 192 on January 20, 2018 at the Forum in Inglewood, Ca. He won the fight via 39 second knock out with a spinning back kick to the liver.

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