Adam has been wrestling since he was 18 years old and has been both junior and senior national (UK) champion.
Adam represented Great Britain on numerous occasions at World and European Championships, plus many Grand Prix events all over the world.
He was a member of the 1992 and 1996 Olympic wrestling team as well as the 1994 Commonwealth Games wrestling team, however was not selected. Adam then went on to compete at the 1995 Commonwealth Games Wrestling Championships in Melbourne and won bronze at 57kg.
Adam has also played semi profession rugby league in North of England.
Adam now trains in Jui Jitsu and currently hold his blue belt. He has won the BJJ State Title the last 2 years in his weight class, the open weight class in 2014 and was runner up in the open class in 2015.
Wrestling was a huge part of Adam’s childhood as his dad represented Great Britain in the Olympic Games in Seoul in 1988 and was national wrestling coach, he represented England in the Commonwealth Games in 1974 and 1994 at Canada as England wrestling coach.
Adam works closely with Evolution’s MMA fighters and head coaches in preparation for their fights.
“A very wise man that was a massive influence in both my wrestling career as well as personal life told me that a wrestling class is not a counselling session”