Supporting NZ Homegrown talent preparing for the World Stage
My adventures in UFC from Saitama Super Arena Tokyo Japan to the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas USA and back again. Meeting and reuniting with friends world wide. Our world is alot bigger than we think.
Martial Arts is a way of life. OSU
My favourite Sumo that I followed was Baruto from Estonia. Once he retired I now follow the Egyptian Sumo named The Great Sandstorm - Osunaarashi.
21 December 2013 Joseph Valtellini (Canada) enlisted Jayson's help for Glory 13: Tokyo competing in the 4 man Welterweight World Championship Tournament. Defeating Raymond Daniels (USA) by KO in the semi-final to progress to the Final against Nieky Holzken (Holland).
My brother Ray Sefo now president of WSOF, so proud of him.
Good luck brother. OSU
2011 to 2013 Ray Sefo entered the Japan Pro Wrestling ranks fighting in Antonio Inoki's new promotions named Inoki Genome Federation. Sefo enlisted Jayson Vemoa's help for his pro wrestling support team.
PRIDE Japan at one time hosted some of the greatest fighters in the world. It was the only real competition to UFC whom bought them out.
Jayson Vemoa was a former sparring Partner for Shimizu Kengo from Johoko Branch Kyokushin. Helping Shimizu attain the RISE Heavyweight Japan Title 2012 and Glory Japan Champion 2013.
Many Thanks to my Grandmaster Sifu Phillip Lam and my Master Lolo Heimuli starting me on this journey.
The ever evolving Martial Arts of Life.
Always a supporter of any NZ fighters who make it to the shores of Japan OSU
When Andy Souwer was training with Andre Mannart.
Reamon Welboren was part of Mejiro Gym Holland and we would go to support Andy Souwer everytime he fought in Japan for Shootboxing S-Cup.
Helping some friends prepare for their Executive Fight Night Charity Event held annually in Tokyo.
Always a supporter of a Charity Event going to a good cause