Horrified to bullying in schools, the MMA fighter decided to act

American fighter mixed martial (MMA) Dillon Dennis said about the possible creation of the organization for aid to victims of bullying through martial arts. About this he wrote on his Twitter account.

26-year-old Denise had previously offered to the teenager, the victim of beatings in school, to pay for a subscription to the gym Brazilian JIU-jitsu and transfers to the training sites. American did not stop and decided to create a nonprofit organization that will allow victims of bullying for free to learn the various martial arts.

Denise asked subscribers their opinions on the idea and received many accolades. In particular, many respondents noted that it is because of bullying in childhood and adolescence began to study the martial arts.

October 12, Denise has shared a video with a bullying student. The fighter expressed his support to the teenager and promised to help him with training JIU-jitsu. He later contacted the boy and agreed to pay for his lessons.

Dennis never lost in fights by the rules MMA. On account of his two early victories under the auspices of Bellator. Most of his career, the American has spent, speaking at tournaments in Brazilian JIU-jitsu and grappling. Denise assists in the training of Irish fighter Conor McGregor. In particular, he prepared his duel with the Russian Habib Nurmagomedov.

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