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Drew Morais: The All-Day Fighter

In Michigan mixed martial arts, certain names resonate with power, precision, and an unyielding spirit. Drew Morais, known in the fight game as "All Day," is one such name that demands attention. Hailing from Wyandotte, Michigan, this 35-year-old warrior was born on September 19, 1988. Standing tall at 5'11" and weighing in at 155 lbs, Morais epitomizes the essence of a true fighter. Let's dive into the details of this remarkable athlete's journey and achievements.


Drew Morais: The All-Day Fighter
Drew Morais and Muggzie Hanging at a grappling tournament!

Association with Fuse MMA

At the heart of Drew Morais' fighting prowess lies his affiliation with Fuse MMA. This association has been instrumental in honing his skills and preparing him for the rigors of the MMA world. As we delve deeper into his fight history, it becomes evident that Morais has a track record worth studying.




All Day MMA and Jiu Jitsu

MMA Fighter and Coach Drew "All Day" Morais has embarked on an exciting venture by Preparing to open his own gym, aptly named "All Day MMA and jiu Jitsu." This new training facility is set to become a hub for martial arts enthusiasts, focusing primarily on the disciplines of mixed martial arts (MMA) and Jiu-Jitsu . Drew Morais, known for his dedication to the sport, brings his extensive experience to the gym, ensuring that aspiring fighters and practitioners receive top-quality training in both striking and ground techniques. With a passion for nurturing talent and a commitment to excellence, Drew Morais's "All Day MMA and Jiu Jitsu" promises to be a place where individuals can hone their skills, achieve their martial arts goals, and become well-rounded fighters under the guidance of a seasoned expert in the field.


Drew Morais: The All-Day Fighter
Drew Morais: The All-Day Fighter

A Glimpse into Drew Morais' Fight Record

Morais has entered the MMA arena with a remarkable total of 15 professional fights, showcasing his undeniable commitment to the sport. Of these, he has secured victory in 9 bouts, with 2 of those wins coming by way of knockout (KO) or technical knockout (TKO), boasting a 22% success rate in this department. His grappling skills are equally impressive, with 3 submissions (33% success rate) to his name. Additionally, Morais has seen the judges' scorecards in 4 fights, with a solid 44% success rate in decision victories.

On the flip side, Morais has experienced 6 losses in his professional career. Notably, he has never been knocked out or TKOed, showcasing his resilience. In one instance, he succumbed to a submission, accounting for 17% of his losses, while 83% came via decision.



A Look at Some Memorable Fights

Memorable Wins

1. Drew Morais vs. Darius Estell (WXC 72 - Inferno, Jun 15, 2018)

  • Method: KO (Punch)

  • Round: 3

  • Time: 0:08

  • Victory by knockout in just 8 seconds is a testament to Morais' striking prowess.

2. Drew Morais vs. Jesse Rogge (KOTC - Declaring War, Dec 09, 2016)

  • Method: Submission (Armbar)

  • Round: 1

  • Time: 0:54

  • A quick submission victory showcasing Morais' ground game expertise.

3. Drew Morais vs. Keith Bullock (WXC 59 - Homeland Pride, Aug 08, 2015)

  • Method: Submission (Triangle Choke)

  • Round: 1

  • Time: 2:06

  • Another swift submission win, this time via a triangle choke.

Tough Losses

1. Drew Morais vs. Sean Felton (KOTC - Supremacy 2, Apr 13, 2019)

  • Method: Decision (Split)

  • Round: 3

  • Time: 5:00

  • A closely contested split decision loss demonstrates Morais' tenacity even in defeat.

2. Drew Morais vs. Bobby Moffett (APFC 14 - Revenge: The Road Back, Oct 05, 2013)

  • Method: Submission (Choke)

  • Round: 1

  • Time: 1:04

  • A quick submission loss, which serves as a reminder that every fighter faces setbacks.


Drew Morais: The All-Day Fighter
Drew at Proving Ground Jiu Jitsu

Amateur Success

Before turning pro, Drew Morais had a successful amateur career. Notably, he secured a victory over Brian Smiley at KOTC - Border Wars on March 21, 2009, with a TKO in the first round, lasting just 2 minutes and 27 seconds.


Drew Morais in the News

Drew Morais has not only made an impact in the cage but has also caught the attention of MMA enthusiasts and media. Here are some highlights:

Aug 25, 2019 — Drew Morais has been fighting all his life. He started as a wrestler, then progressed through boxing, mixed martial arts and jiu-jitsu.

Drew Morais. Nationality United States Age 34. Black belt in Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). Achieved 2022. Promoted by Don Richard/ Jason Kazmarak. Black belt. Achieved 2022 ...

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Drew Morais: The All-Day Fighter
Drew Morais { Right} Don Richards Middle

In conclusion, Drew Morais, known as "All Day," is a fighter who exemplifies determination and skill in the world of mixed martial arts. With a rich fight history and a never-say-die spirit, he continues to be a force to be reckoned with in the cage. As he progresses in his career, the MMA world eagerly anticipates his future triumphs and the legacy he will undoubtedly leave in the sport.

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