In the dynamic world of combat sports, Colbey Northcutt and her husband, Raymond Daniels, have captured the hearts of fans.
While Colbey is a multiple-time Karate World Champion, her spouse Raymond stands as one of the greatest in martial arts history.
Therefore, together, they shine as a beacon of martial arts excellence.
Colbey Northcutt began her martial arts journey at 7, focusing on American Taekwondo, primarily for self-defense.
Over the next decade, she competed in tournaments worldwide, accumulating an impressive number of World Titles, and earned her recognition as a multiple-time Karate World Champion.
She boasts a third-degree black belt in American Taekwondo, a fourth-degree black belt in the hybrid martial art Kajukenbo, and a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Recognizing the popularity of women’s M.M.A., she decided to put her college plans on hold and transition to mixed martial arts under the mentorship of elite coaches.
Her journey in M.M.A. reached new heights when she entered the global stage of the O.N.E. Championship, where she aspires to become the first O.N.E. Women’s Flyweight World Champion.
Who Is The Husband of Colbey Northcutt?
Born on April 29, 1980, in Sun Valley, California, Raymond Daniels is a professional kickboxer, mixed martial artist, and former sport karate competitor.
His journey began in 1985 when he started training in American Kenpo karate under the guidance of his father, Frank Daniels.
During his high school years, Daniels had to take on the responsibility of being a single father.
Driven to provide a brighter future for himself and his son, Daniels joined the Long Beach Police Department at the age of 21.
After dedicating over seven years to law enforcement, Daniels decided to retire and focus on his martial arts career.
Beginning as a junior competitor in sport karate, Daniels quickly achieved top-tier status for the N.B.L. and N.A.S.K.A. by 19.
His record includes 8 N.B.L. World Championships, multiple N.A.S.K.A. world championships, and a second-place finish at the $50,000 World Pro Taekwondo Championship.
In 2006, Daniels joined Chuck Norris’ World Combat League as the captain of the Los Angeles Stars.
Additionally, he secured victories in diverse competitions, including the K-1 World Grand Prix in 2007 and the W.A.K.O. Irish Open in 2008 and 2011.
Moreover, beyond kickboxing, Daniels transitioned to Bellator Kickboxing in 2016 and won the Bellator Kickboxing World Championship.
In 2022, Daniels embarked on a new chapter with Karate Combat, securing victory in his debut.
His illustrious career, combined with his roles as a father, instructor, and co-founder of “I.C.E. Martial Arts.”
Colbey Brother: Sage Northcutt
Sage Northcutt, Colbey’s younger brother, stands out as a versatile martial artist and an emerging force in the world of M.M.A.
Born on March 1, 1996, Sage is called “Super” Sage Northcutt due to his exceptional skills and achievements in various combat disciplines.
Sage initiated his training at 4 years old under his father’s guidance, leading to an astonishing tally of 77 World Titles during his youth.
Moreover, in 2012, Sage Northcutt earned a place in the Black Belt Magazine Hall of Fame.
Additionally, he transitioned from karate to kickboxing further and maintained an impeccable 15-0 record.
Entering the M.M.A., Sage embarked on an exceptional journey, securing seven consecutive wins in top North American promotions.
His dynamic and entertaining fighting style earned him an Ultimate Fighting Championship (U.F.C.) spot.
Sage entered a new phase in his career with the O.N.E. Championship, but his debut turned unexpectedly challenging after a near career-ending knockout setback.
However, he is set to resume his M.M.A. journey, fueled by the ambition to become a three-sport World Champion in M.M.A., Muay Thai, and kickboxing.