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Cayman Islands - October 2014

Posted by Anthony Sansonetti on September 25, 2015 at 11:55 PM


Seminar in Grand Cayman

 

     In October 2014 I headed down to Grand Cayman with my family for some fun in the sun, and some teaching and training at Cayman Fight Factory. Cayman Fight Factory (CFF) is run by coaches Flloyd Moxam, Jesse Livingston, and Rohann Exctain. I don't have very much time to travel for seminars and to take family vacations, so I try to combine the two as best I can. Many gyms seem to be open to having me come in because of my extensive training and competitive background, especially in the more rare styles of Sambo, Catch Wrestling, and Combat Wrestling. The owners of Cayman Fight Factory welcomed me to come in and teach a no-gi grappling seminar with a focus on applying Sambo, as well as a kickboxing for MMA seminar. I really enjoyed sharing my knowledge with them and I found them to be one of the friendliest, hard working, and progressive gyms anywhere in the Caribbean. The seminar was a great success and I made friends with with so many awesome people down at CFF. I'm looking forward to visiting them again soon!




Everyone is so friendly....even the Stingrays!

 

     This was the first time I was down to visit The Cayman Islands and I knew right away that it would not be my last. The Cayman Islands are safe, clean, beautiful, the weather is perfect, and the people are extremely friendy. In fact, Forbes magazine voted in the friendliest country in 2012. One of the coolest things to do is to goto 'StingRay City", which is about a mile out into the Caribbean from the shore of Grand Cayman. There is a sandbar out there where the water is only about 4 feet deep. Stingrays in the wild come to the sandbar and interact with the people that go there. They swam with us and the more friendly ones let you hold them. It was a really interesting experience, and the Rays seem to like it too!


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