After humbling victory, Joey Davis invites you to follow his 'remarkable journey' beginning at Bellator 219
After amassing a perfect 133-0 career record in collegiate wrestling, Joey Davis isn’t exactly accustomed to failure. So when you’re measuring success on such a tilted scale, even minor imperfections are considered a major issue.
March 27, 2019
Undefeated Joey Davis: 'I'm Not Anywhere Near' MacDonald, Lima & Company
The term "undefeated" doesn't do Bellator MMA blue-chip welterweight prospect Joey Davis (4-0) justice.
The Notre Dame alumnus sports a 133-0 record in NCAA Division II wrestling—the only man in the division's history to accomplish the feat. Transitioning to mixed martial arts, Davis has found similar success, finishing the first four opponents Bellator has placed in front of him thus far.
March 26, 2019
Bellator 219’s Joey Davis Says While A Championship Will Come, “I’m Coming for the Money”
Bellator 219’s Joey Davis doesn’t make the walk — the one at the end of which he’ll be handed his degree — until May. A student of Notre Dame College of Ohio, Davis, a.k.a. ‘Black Ice,’ has juggled his studies and fight career thus far in his tenure with Bellator MMA. Another member of the fast-rising Team Bodyshop, Davis is 4-0 in the promotion so far.
Joey Davis named Man of the Year by Wrestling USA
Notre Dame College senior wrestler Joey Davis has been named Man of the Year by Wrestling USA Magazine, as announced by the publication. The distinct honor for Davis will be publicized in the May 2016 issue of Wrestling USA Magazine.
Imagine competing in a college sport and never losing a single match in four years. It happened to one local student-athlete and now he is part of NCAA history.
The only thing 22-year-old Notre Dame wrestler Joey Davis knows how to do is win, win, win. He's done it that way for four-straight years.
"It was never a game plan to win four national championships, my goal was just to make Notre Dame Wrestling a better place and a better team," Davis said.
A Letter from LeBron James
I heard about your recent achievement and all I can say is WOW... you are ine phenomenal athlete! Being named the very first NCAA Division II wrestler to win four championships and carry an undefeated record....