Hi everyone,

My name is Tim, and I have been betting fights seriously for about 5 years.

For the first couple of years, I was about break even. I was not really losing or winning any money. And I was actually surprised that I was not losing money considering statistically, over 90 percent of people who bet sports lose money. And I was very new to MMA betting (although I had been watching MMA religiously since about 2004).

It kind of made me realize that winning money betting MMA was possible. I just had to figure out a process.

I learned a lot in those first couple of years and started to discover a process to become profitable. I started incorporating statistics into my analysis while also learning random principles that I think are only applicable for MMA betting. And I started having a lot of success in the last few years by implementing my newfound process and continuously refining my approach as I learn more.

I come from a wrestling background. My uncle was a D1 National wrestling champion for Oklahoma State. So naturally, I started wrestling at a very young age (four years old). I won multiple state championships in youth and middle school. And I took 3rd, 2nd, and 2nd in the state tournaments in my Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior year of high school.

I was injured my senior season so I was unable to wrestle that year. And I decided to not wrestle in college because I was burnt out from the sport because of the weight cutting and I just wanted to find something else to do.

I ended up getting a degree in statistics and economics. I went to law school and earned my JD and CPA and became a tax attorney.

Outside of MMA and work, I have several hobbies. I love fitness. I practice Jiu-Jitsu and love endurance sports. I run and bike several times a week and am currently training for an iron man triathlon. I also enjoy hanging out with my friends and having fun with my dog.

You can follow me on Twitter here, check out my YouTube channel here, as well as my official betting track record here!