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Miranda "Fear The" Maverick

Miranda "Fear The" Maverick is a professional MMA fighter for the UFC. She fights in the flyweight division (125 lbs) and trains out of Denver, CO. Known for her strength and good wrestling, the born-and-raised farm girl is making a reputation in the martial arts world. 

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Lauren Louive

2019-20 Team USA Ranking: No. 2 at 59 kg/130 lbs.
Years on Team USA: 1 (2019-20)
Residence: U.S Olympic training Center, Colorado Springs,  Colorado 
Club: New York AC/Hawkeye WC
High School: Massillon, Ohio (Washington)
College: Univ. of the Cumberlands
Born in Massillon, Ohio

Past Age-Group World Teams
2010 Junior Worlds (14th at 63 kg)

Career Highlights

2020 U.S Open Senior national Champion 

2021 Olympic trials 5th

2021 Olympic trials qualifier 2nd

2021 U.S Open senior nationals runner up

2020 Lady klippan sweden international Champion

2020 Senior Pan American Bronze medalist 

2019 Final X runner-up

2019 World Team Trials Challenge Tournament champion

2017 Dave Schultz Memorial International champion

Second in 2012 Pan American Championships

Second in 2018 U.S. Open

Three-time WCWA All-American for the Univ. of the Cumberlands

2020: Third in Pan American Championships… Klippan Lady Open champion (Sweden)…
2019: Final X runner-up… World Team Trials Challenge Tournament champion… Fourth in U.S. Open… Fifth in Grand Prix of Germany… Third in Klippan Lady Open (Sweden)… Third in Dave Schultz Memorial International… 
2018: U.S. Senior Open Runner-up… Sixth in International Ukraine Tournament… Third in Klippan Lady Open (Sweden)… Second in Bill Farrell Memorial International…
2017: Dave Schultz Memorial International champion (Nov.)… Fourth in U.S. World Team Trials… Fourth in Dave Schultz Memorial International (Feb.)… Fifth in U.S. Open…
2016: Second in Bill Farrell International… Last Chance Trials Qualifier Runner-up… Sixth in University Nationals…
2015: Fourth in U.S. Open…
2014: Bill Farrell International Runner-up… Northern Plains Regional champion…
2013: Fifth in U.S. Open…
2012: Pan American Championships Runner-up… Third in Dave Schultz Memorial International…
2010: Junior World Team member… Fourth in U.S. World Team Trials… Fourth in U.S. Open… Fifth in Sunkist Kids International… Third in Pan American Junior Championships…
2009: Seventh in U.S. Nationals… Fourth in UWW Junior Nationals…
College: Eighth in 2013 WCWA Nationals for the Univ. of the Cumberlands… Fourth in 2010 and 2011 WCWA College Nationals…
Personal: Previously an assistant coach at the Univ. of the Cumberlands

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Emily "Cyanide" Hauser

Emily “Cyanide” Hauser has been training and competing in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Submission Grappling for four and a half years out of Combat Performance in western North Carolina. She was nicknamed “Cyanide” because of her serious expression when grappling, as well as her ability to lock in submissions quickly. She has  competed for numerous local and regional competitions, and in 2023 competed for the inaugural women’s season of the Professional Grappling Federation, as well as representing Team USA at the UWW Submission Grappling World Championships in Spain. She also coaches a girls only jiu-jitsu class called the Lil Cyanides, and regularly has as many as twelve girls on the mats at a time. 


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Holly Torrez

Holly is a female gym owner in Topeka, KS. She has competed in various non-traditional female sports such as Boxing, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Body Building and Powerlifting. 

Resilience Training was started by Holly Torrez.

She stands on the notion that everyone comes through her facilities door will leave with their cup filled. That together you will be able to achieve your goals because nothing great is achieved by one person.Her desire is to one day have the ability to have a facility that is for all. Having not only a gym buy also a place for chiropractor, physical therapy and massage therapy. She has battled and conquered brain cancer, stood against the things society said was not possible for being a female. She stands with Yes! Athletics to help promote females in fitness. That you can do anything you set your mind to with the right mindset and team anything is possible. Resilience Training, Embrace the Process.

Learn more about Resilience Training and their physical and virtual classes here.