February 28th, 2009 Posted 9:18 am
On Sunday, February 15th, 2009, Big John McCarthy’s Ultimate Training Academy held tryouts for its MMA fight team. During a grueling eight-hour workout that included two conditioning circuits, plus grappling, wrestling, boxing and MMA rounds, Felicia was the only woman in a field of thirty-two competitors. Demonstrating dominance on the ground as well as stand-up capabilities and spectacular conditioning, Felicia was among the fifteen applicants selected for the fight team. Congratulations to all who participated!
January 1st, 2009 Posted 8:36 am
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu? Sunshine? Sleepovers? New Friends?
Did we get your attention? Great! Do you want to improve your jiu-jitsu, escape the dreary February weather, spend a few days with other grappling gals, or just try something new? If so, come join us!
womensgrappling.org and Felicia Oh are thrilled to announce our very first Women’s Grappling Camp at the spectacular Big John McCarthy’s Ultimate Training Academy (BJMUTA) in Valencia, CA, from February 16-22, 2009. All girls, all grappling, all the time.
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January 1st, 2009 Posted 8:26 am
In a tough division with several other ADCC competitors, Felicia won silver at the FILA World Grappling Championship in Lucerne, Switzerland! For results and video, visit the championship website at http://www.d4-world.com.
December 1st, 2008 Posted 4:00 pm
Felicia won the USA Grappling World Team Trials in Rockin, CA. She will represent the USA on December 20-21, 2008 at the first FILA World Grappling Championship in Lucerne, Switzerland. She brought home the Gold medal last year from Antalya, Turkey.
November 8th, 2008 Posted 8:42 am
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November 8th, 2008 Posted 8:31 am
It is the Masters Hall of Fame distinct honor and pleasure to announce that Felicia Oh has been nominated by Masters Hall of Fame Board Member Lou Salseda for induction into the 2007 Masters Hall of Fame.
November 7th, 2007 Posted 9:32 am
USA Grappling World Team Trials by Ryan Bevois (from onthemat.com)
In the women’s divisions, Valerie “Valhalla” Worthington and Felicia “Uh-Oh” Oh led the way as two of the biggest cornerstones in American women’s grappling.
Felicia Oh [is] one of the best pound-for-pound female grapplers in the world. She backed up her ADCC North American trials title and ADCC World championship runner-up status with a dominating display of grappling this weekend. She won her division by scoring a major technical against Christina Rodriguez followed by an arm-triangle submission from the mounted position over Bahar Shamidi (who had submitted her previous two opponents) in the finals. Winning the ADCC Trials, taking second at the ADCC Worlds, and winning the U.S. Grappling Trials is a pretty impressive run for somebody who told me she retired from competing at last year’s Best of the West (*ed. note: I was joking). Having Val and Felicia compete in September is great for the women’s American grappling scene, as they are both excellent representatives on and off the mat.
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