The UCW Radio Host Louis Velazquez had the opportunity to
have MMA Fighter Lee Beane on the Show.
LEE BEANE -- Born June 29, 1984 in Stoughton MA. He lived in West
Bridgewater until 12 when he moved to Bridgewater. While living in
Bridgewater he began wrestling and playing football as a freshman at
Bridgewater-Raynham High School. Competing in wrestling for 4 years there he
managed to cumulate the school record of most wins and pins. A record he
still holds. In addition to the school record, Lee was also a 3-time MA
State Champion, 2-time New England Champion and Senior National High School
All-American (6th in the Country).
Upon graduation Lee was accepted at Brown University, and competed at the
Division 1 level. While attending Brown, Lee achieved many distinctions
including but not limited to competing on the Fila Junior National Team
representing the United States in China. He also helped local High Schools,
and mentored many athletes across New England.
Upon graduating from Brown, on the Dean?s list, Lee started and coached the
Bristol Plymouth VoTech wrestling program. Getting this program off the
ground was no easy task, but Lee used his free time to make this program
flourish into a well-respected team in the Massachusetts Division 3
conference. During off seasons, Lee would be seen coaching at the Dungeon
Training Center in Quincy, The Brick Road Wrestling club in Bridgewater, The
Bulldog Wrestling Club in Canton, and was a clinician at numerous Ken
Chertow camps. For the past 3 years Lee Beane has been the head coach of the
Massachusetts Underclassman National Team (best underclassmen in MA go and
compete against other all-star teams).
Now living in South Easton, Lee is a professional fighter, relying on his
past knowledge and current training. Starting out at Lauzon's in Bridewater,
Lee has also trained at Bishops in West Bridgewater. More recently he trains
at Mendes and Boneyard in Taunton, MAXX Training Center in Stoughton (NEW)
and mainly trains and fights out of Wai Kru in Allston, MA. He has cumulated
a 4 ? 0 MMA Pro record, winning all of these competitions within the first
round. He is fittingly nicknamed ?The Beast?, and currently under
sponsorship contract with Prime Athletics and is the perfect individual to
stand behind as he is moving ahead fast.