Stanislav Jankovic (2001-2008)
Cédric Taymans (2005-2007)
Amir Ghomi (2004)
Michalis Skouroumounis (1995-2001 & 2008-2011)
Andres Tricomitis began training MMA in 2012 at the MMA Studio in Manchester UK with Ozzy Haluk as his head coach. His experience and background with judo empowered his transition to mma much easier and proved to be the effective culmination in many of his fights. Throughout his semi-pro career he fought in four different shows in two different countries. He fought at top mma leagues with the highest ranked semi-professional athletes. During this time he became a British Champion and was awarded twice the “Fight of the Night” as well as the “Performance of the Night”.
In 2014 he fought at that time the number one ranked welterweight in the United Kingdom a future British champion and World MMA Silver Medallist with 8 wins and 1 loss at the FCC (full contact contender). He won by unanimous decision at a spectacular fight and got awarded “Performance of the Night”.
In 2015 he fought in the leading semi-professional promotion in the UK the Shinobi MMA Fighting Championship with a top ten ranked welterweight with 5 wins and 1 loss for the title elimination fight where he won by first round submission.
In 2016 he fought for the Welterweight Title of Shinobi MMA Fighting Championship against an Irish Champion where he won by unanimous decision. He was once again awarded the “Fight of the Night”.