Tim "Bone" Moynihan Kids Martial Arts Instructor


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Tim "Bone" Moynihan

Tim began wrestling at the age of 7. As a young wrestler, he was awarded state and national recognition. In high school, he was an East West All-Star wrestler from Cleveland, Ohio.

Following high school, Tim joined the Army and became a U.S. Army Ranger. During this time in service, he was part of Operation Gothic Serpent in Mogadishu, Somalia. Here he saw combat in a battle immortalized by the movie Blackhawk Down and became known as a “Blackhawk Down survivor". Following his return home, Tim was awarded a Purple Heart and an Army Commendation medal with “V” device for Valor.

Since the year 2000, Tim has coached at Jupiter Christian, William T. Dwyer and Jupiter High Schools. During this time, he also worked and cornered as a wrestling coach in the mixed martial arts world. He represented The Armory and Valor Martial Arts at the highest level in shows that included the UFC and WEC. It was at this time that Tim was given the nickname “Bone” by UFC fighter Kurt Pellegrino.

In addition, he is also a licensed MMA judge and referee by the WFO.

Bone brings years of experience and a passion for the sport of wrestling to our team.

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