Nominations Have Begun for Boise Weekly’s “Best of Boise 2018”!!!

Best of Boise Nomination season starts early this year, with nominations running from now until Wednesday, March 28. After the initial nominations are made, the top 3 in each category will go on to the ballot for 2018 “Best of Boise” voting from April 11-April 30.
With the incredible support of our Tribe, SBG Idaho was fortunate enough to finish 2017’s voting in 3rd Place, behind the Treasure Valley YMCA and Axiom Fitness. We certainly solidified ourselves as the best martial arts gym in Boise, and this year we are looking for an even better finish! Please take the time to visit “Best of Boise” voting at, then follow the links to “Goods and Services” to write in “SBG Idaho” for “Best Gym”. While you are there be sure to nominate any of the other local businesses you enjoy!
Only the top 3 businesses nominated advance to the voting round so be sure to share and vote by March 28th.
We look forward to showing the rest of Boise what we already know and take that #1 spot in 2018!!!

MTF 1 Card Undergoes Late Changes

Mountain Force MMA is set for its inaugural show on Saturday, March 17th and SBG Idaho will be well-represented. Joining Women’s strawweight Stephanie Hernandez on the amateur card will be Kyle Aslami (1-0), who takes on David Martinez in an amateur fyweight bout. Aslami was scheduled appear on FSF 16, February 23, until his opponent dropped due to injury. We have been eagerly waiting for Kyle’s return to action, after a sensational debut back in November!
Unfortunately, the injury bug struck bantamweight Ben Hollier, who was forced to pull out of his scheduled title fight with David Maggio. Ben is healing up and we look forward to seeing his return to the cage soon!
MTF 1 will be held at Eccles Ice Arena in Logan, Utah. Be sure to show your support to our competitors, and we can’t wait for them to return home victorious!!!

Coach Brock Featured in Idaho Statesman!

Since last summer, SBG Idaho Coach, Jesse Brock, has been helping the Boise State Football team with their off-season training program! Last season’s Broncos turned in a Mountain West Conference Championship and Las Vegas Bowl victory performance, and continue to focus on improvement to reach new heights this upcoming season!  The Idaho Statesman recently wrote a small article featuring Brock and the work he has been putting in with the team. Hopefully their efforts translate into a FBS Playoff spot next season!
You can find the article below.
The same efficient, fundamentally-sound coaching that helped the Boise State Football team, can be found everyday at SBG Idaho! If you want to train like a Bronco, or are just looking for a fun activity to stay active, click the “Wanna Train.” link at the top of our web page and one of our schedulers will contact you for a consultation that includes a gym tour and FREE private lesson from one of our world-class coaches. We look forward to seeing you on the mats!!!

Frost to Appear at FSF 16!

With the unfortunate injury to SBG athlete Darrell Flores’ right hand, teammate Kyle Frost (1-0 MMA, 1-0 FSF), will step up in his place against Jacob Hauck at Front Street Fights 16. This will be Frost’s second professional fight, after a successful debut at FSF 14 this past November. FSF 16 goes down at CenturyLink Arena, Friday, February 23. Doors open at 6pm, and fights begin at 7pm!

Frost will be joining teammates Billy Carothers, Riley Timmons, and Kyle Aslami, on what is certain to be another exciting night of action at the Pacific Northwest’s premier MMA promotion! For your ticket needs please purchase directly from any of the participating SBG athletes, and we look forward to having a loud supportive crowd cheering these guys on!!!

Hollier Contends for Bantamweight Title at Mountain Force MMA 1

Former BSU wrestler and SBG Idaho bantamweight (135 lb), Benjamin Hollier (2-1), returns to the cage March 17th at Mountain Force MMA 1 in Logan, Utah. Ben will be facing David Maggio for the promotion’s amateur bantamweight title! Hollier has been hard at work sharpening his skills since his RNC victory over Justin Sims at Front Street Fights 14. Recently taking gold and silver medals home at Grappling Industries Boise, Ben is now ready to get back to the cage and bring some hardware home to Boise!
Hollier joins SBG Idaho teammate, Stephanie Hernandez, who will be taking on Kaycee Pearce in a female strawweight (115 lb) bout.
We’re excited to have our athletes represented on the inaugural Mountain Force MMA card and look forward to Ben and Stephanie bringing home some W’s in March!

SBG Idaho Athletes Ready to Shine at FSF 16

SBG Idaho continues to provide top notch, well-trained athletes to the top promotion in the Pacific Northwest in Front Street Fights! FSF 16 goes down February 23 at CenturyLink Arena in downtown Boise, Idaho. The night will be headlined by SBG Idaho alum Josh Wick (8-3 MMA, 3-0 FSF) taking on Hamilton Ash for the promotions vacant lightweight (155 lb) title.
In a professional lightweight bout, Billy Carothers (4-9 MMA, 0-1 FSF) will be looking to make it two in a row against the always dangerous Paul Crawford. Carothers is coming off a fantastic second round RNC finish at Fusion Fight League in December, and looks to have another impressive outing!
The amateur card will feature two rising stars looking to continue momentum after stellar MMA debuts. Female lightweight, Riley Timmons (1-0 MMA, 0-0 FSF) will take on Faith Davis, and Kyle Aslami (1-0 MMA, 1-0 FSF) hopes to add another KO to his resume against fellow flyweight (125 lb) Joe Rodriguez.
SBG Idaho athlete, Darrell Flores (6-5 MMA, 0-1 FSF) was scheduled to make his return to the cage after a lengthy layoff, in a welterweight (170 lb) match versus Jacob Hauck. However, an injury to Flores’s hand has forced him to withdraw from the contest. We wish Darrell a speedy recovery and can’t wait to see him make his return!
Tickets are available from all competing fighters, so be sure to save your spot for another outstanding night of fights from CenturyLink Arena in the heart of downtown Boise, Idaho!