Kyle Cerminara His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who Is Kyle Cerminara?
Kyle Cerminara is a former American freestyle wrestler and for a short period of time, he was a mixed martial artist. Kyle became the Buffalo Bulls first and only division 1 All American wrestler in 2004. Kyle was a two time MAC Champion and qualified for the NCAA Championships on three occasions.
Kyle attended high school at Lewiston Porter Central School District, where he began his wrestling career. Kyle quickly became a high school sensation as he was named in the first team All Niagara Frontier League Selection for grade 10,11 and 12. Kyle won the New York State Championship at 189 lbs, and by the end of his high school years he set the high school record for wins, securing an almost flawless win-loss record of 171 wins and only 1 loss.
After graduating high school Kyle attended college at the University of Buffalo. Kyle was a phenomenal wrestler as he went on to become an NCAA division 1 All American. Kyle set the record at the University of Buffalo for the most wins in a season where he secured an outstanding 41 victories. Kyle also became the athlete with the most career wins as he set the bar at 137 wins.
After Kyle graduated from college he joined the US Olympic Training Centre in Colorado. Kyle met the famous Terry Brands, who helped Kyle develop his skills and attributes in wrestling. Terry became an inspiration to Kyle as he still wrestled in the freestyle discipline travelling the world competing for the US National Wrestling Squad. Kyle had every intention of becoming an Olympian and as he placed second at the US Team Olympic Trials, he decided to focus more intently on coaching. Kyle took on a new assistant coaching role at the Edinboro University, where he began sharing his knowledge with NCAA Champion Jarrod king.
Kyle still actively competed in freestyle wrestling, where he placed 3rd at the US Open in 2008. In 2009 Kyle entered the US Open again, this time finishing in second place, he also secured another second place at the 2009 Pan American Championships. In 2010 Kyle accepted the head coaching role at the University of Pennsylvania.
In 2011 Kyle decided to enter the world of Mixed Martial Arts, Kyle signed up to fight at CFFC 7 - No Mercy in Atlantic City. He won his first match against Ariel Sepulveda after a three round unanimous decision. Kyle went on to defeat his next two opponents, both by unanimous decisions as he retired in 2012 undefeated at 3 - 0. Kyle jumped back into coaching as an assistant at the University of Pennsylvania, he also took on the head coaching role at Long Island MMA.
How Old Is Kyle Cerminara?
Kyle Cerminara was born in Lewiston New York on the 8th of July in 1983, he is currently 38 years of age.
Kyle Cerminara’s Family!
Kyle Cerminara is married to the UFC’s women's flyweight championship contender Katlyn Chookagian. Together they live in Long Island New York where they live an extremely busy lifestyle with their UFC and Wrestling training regimes.
How Much Is Kyle Cerminara Worth?
Kyle Cerminara has been involved with martial arts for over 20 years, he has achieved an extensive amount of success throughout his career. Kyle has won an incredible amount of wrestling matches and has set many records throughout his career. Kyle has also had success in MMA and many years of successful tenure as a wrestling coach. Kyle is also working with BJJ Fanatics in delivering instructional videos like; “Single Leg Seat Belt Series and Mat Returns” and “The Total Technical Guide To Underhook Offense”. Kyle Cerminara also shares a home with his wife Katlyn Chookagian who is a UFC fighter in the flyweight division. Together they have accumulated a net worth of over 5 million dollars, with significant increases due to take place in the coming years.
How Tall Is Kyle Cerminara?
Kyle Cerminara stands at 6 feet tall which is the equivalent to 183 centimetres.
How Much Does Kyle Cerminara Weigh?
Kyle Cerminara weighs in at 89 kilograms which equates to 197 lbs. Kyle also dropped down to 83 kg (185 lbs) for his MMA career.
Kyle Cerminara’s Fight List!
Kyle Cerminara has been an incredible martial artist throughout his career, his exceptional records he set during his wrestling years have been impeccable. Kyle has fought many tough athletes, most of which he has beaten. His extensive list includes MMA fighters and wrestlers like; Ariel Sepulveda, John Doyle, Ryan Williams, Daniel Cormier, Wynn Michalak, JD Bergman, Mike Newfeld, Sean Stender, Pat DeGain and Andy Hrovat,
Who Has Kyle Cerminara Trained?
Kyle Cerminara has taken on many coaching roles since he retired from the world stage of wrestling. He has been an assistant and head coach to various organisations like; the Edinboro University, the University of Pennsylvania and Long Island Mixed Martial Arts. Kyle has trained High School State Champions, NCAA All Americans, NCAA Champions and MMA Champions. Kyle has exclusively trained and helped develop athletes like; Jarrod King, Ryan Laflare, Matt Brown, Marcos Galvao, Tim Carpenter and Gregor Gillespie.
Who Did Kyle Cerminara Lose To?
Kyle Cerminara has lost some wrestling bouts to some exceptionally high class wrestlers. Kyle lost twice to Michigan State’s Wynn Michalak which resulted in Kyle missing out on a Mid American Conference Title both times. Kyle also lost to UFC legend Daniel Cormier in 2007 at the semi final of the US National Championships.
Kyle Cerminara’s Record!
Kyle Cerminara accumulated impeccable wrestling records during his college years at the University of Buffalo and his high school years at Lewiston Porter. Kyle finished high school with an incredible record of 171 wins and only 1 loss, he also secured 3 first team All Niagara Frontier League Selections. Kyle graduated from college in 2006 with a win loss record of 137 - 34, with a win percentage of .784. Kyle has the record at Buffalo for the most winning wrestler to ever grace the halls for the Bulls. Kyle also recorded three seasons of over 30 wins including a 41 - 6 record in his 2003 - 2004 season. Kyle also has the record for most takedowns in a season securing 64 and the record for most takedowns overall with 186. Kyle is the only Buffalo Bull to secure All American honours in 2004 at 197 lbs. Kyle won the MAC Championships on two occasions, he is also a three time NCAA division 1 qualifier.
Kyle has won other accolades like; Two Time UB’s Male Athlete of the Year, Canada Cup Champion (2006) Pan American Games Runner Up (2009) Us National Championships Runner Up (2009) US Open 3rd Place (2008) he was also runner up twice at the Hargobin International and the Sunkist International. Kyle placed 3rd at both the Dave Schultz Memorial Championship and the Medved Golden Grand Prix.
Niagara Frontier League Champion (1997, 1999) Niagara Frontier Classic Champion (2000) NYSPHSAA 39th Intersectional Champion (2001) NYSPHSAA 50th Sectional Champion (2000) NYSPHSAA 51st Section Champion (2001) NYSPHSAA Section VI Class AAA (1999, 2000, 2001)
Kyle Cerminara’s Injuries!
Kyle Cerminara has had no significant injuries to report from his illustrious Wrestling and Mixed Martial Arts career. Kyle works tirelessly to condition his body to get the best results out of his endeavours. Kyle is a professional coach who is set on development, so keeping a pristine body condition is paramount to Kyle.
Is Kyle Cerminara Retired?
After a prestigious career, Kyle Cerminara has retired from competitive MMA and Wrestling. Kyle has dedicated his time now to coaching and developing kids and serious athletes in their endeavour to become successful. Kyle is devoted to a training system that helps develop the skills, techniques and the mind set it takes to win at the highest levels. Kyle’s system focuses on strengths and weaknesses and how to improve on both while incorporating core strength and explosiveness.
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