Revolution MMA Benton, AR : Press Releases

Revolution MMA Feature Articles:

IMG_3354Coach Abby Malone Brings Home Double Gold From the World Masters and Seniors for Revolution MMA Benton!

October 6, Coach Abby represented Revolution MMA Benton at the World’s Masters Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Championships. She had a dominating performance and brought home 2 gold medals, winning her division and the absolute class without a point scored on her the whole time. Abby is a product of Coach Jory’s Brazilian Jiu Jitsu program.

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1381457_10202226126319029_841060675_nRevolution MMA Benton hosts Women’s Self Defense Seminar

October 2013, Almost 30 girls from the girls youth ministry at First Baptist Church in Benton joined us at Revolution MMA for a self defense clinic.  Click here to read the entire press release.


MMA Gyms Benton, ARCoach Abby with Revolution MMA Benton Promoted to 1st Degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

In April 2013, Coach Abby was honored to be promoted to 1st Degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.  This comes 3  years after she became the first woman in Arkansas to earn her black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.


Revolution MMA Teaches Bully Busting Seminar at Hurricane Creek Elementary School in Bryant, AR

Revolution MMA was pleased and honored to be invited to Hurricane Creek Elementary in Bryant, AR to host a full day of bully busting seminars for the kids. We had a great time, and it was a lot of fun.


Revolution MMA Benton Produces Youth State Wrestling Champion

In February 2013, Revolution MMA in Benton was honored to add a Youth State Wrestling Champion to our list of Champions. Congratulations to Josh. Here is his press release!


Kickboxing Classes Bryant, ARAbby Malone of Revolution MMA Becomes First Female Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt in Arkansas

In April 2010, after many long years of dedicated training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Coach Abby earned her black belt



BJJ Gyms ArkansasJory Malone of Revolution MMA in Benton, AR Win’s No Gi Worlds Championships

November, 2007 Coach Jory won his division at the No Gi World’s Championships, making him Arkansas’ First No Gi World’s Jiu Jitsu Champion