Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Compton station, Youth Academy League, will host today a “Meet and Greet” with Compton native undefeated MMA fighter and NCAA wrestler, Joey “Black Ice” Davis.  

The event will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Compton Youth Academy League, 700 North Alameda St..

Davis, 25, began wrestling in his youth and has earned multiple USA National wrestling titles and two California state high school championships.

While attending Notre Dame College in Ohio, Davis had a remarkable NCAA college wrestling career where he went undefeated for four years with a record of (133-0).

He built his wrestling abilities into an impressive win streak in professional mixed martial arts with the “Bellator MMA” organization and is currently undefeated with a (3-0) record.

Davis’s primary concern is putting in the hard work, dedication, and determination necessary to achieve his goals.

As he went from Compton to Cleveland, Davis made history and became an inspiration to many. Despite his well-renowned titles and busy lifestyle, he still takes time to come back to the city of Compton to mentor and inspire youths.

Davis said today event is an opportunity to speak about his path to success, encourage youth to follow their dreams, and to discuss more about his ongoing anti-bullying campaign.