Lynn “Lights Out” Alvarez

Lynn "Lights Out" AlvarezName: Lynn “Lights Out” Alvarez
Record: Pro 4-1
Weight Class: 115-120 lb
Fights Out of: Raydord Martial Arts/Legion Jiujitsu in Las Vegas, NV
How did you get into fighting: I started off training Kajukenbo, which is a traditional mixed martial art comprised of Karate, Judo, Jiujitsu, Kenpo, and Chinese boxing. I earned my black belt, and it was just a matter of time until I started actively competing. My instructor, Sifu Joe Solie, mentioned the idea of full contact fighting, and I was all for it. We started off with
some kickboxing matches, then transitioned to MMA.
Toughest opponent to date: I would have to say Michelle Ould. She was a very tough opponent, very well rounded, had A LOT of heart and was very strong. It was a real battle in all aspects of our fight. She’s a great
fighter/person and I hope to see her competing again soon.
Who would you most like to fight: Hmm…I am pretty set on avenging my one loss, which is against Angela Magana.
Next fight: Feb. 28, 2009, Freestyle Cage Fighting, opponent is Angela Magana, the Bantamweight Champion.
Training Regimen: I train 6 days a week in Muay Thai, jiujitsu, and judo. I do cardio 5 days/week and weight training 4 days a week.
Other Hobbies: Racquetball
Goal for 2009: My goal is to constantly become a better fighter and improve in all aspects of my game.
Anything you want to add: Thank you to my manager, Sam Wilson. My coaches Kenny Rayford and Cameron Diffley. My dad, the best father in the world. The greatest boyfriend ever, Shandon Eguchi, and my best friend, Paul Hirayama. 🙂 Without these people,
I wouldn’t be where I am today.

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