In the fast-paced world of martial arts, Colbey Northcutt and her husband, Raymond Daniels, have gained many followers. Although Colbey has won several karate world championships, her husband Raymond is widely considered one of the greatest martial artists of all time. As a result, they work together to be a shining example of martial arts greatness.
Colbey Northcutt began practicing martial arts at the age of seven, specializing in American Taekwondo for self-defense. Over the next decade, she fought in events around the world, winning an astonishing number of world titles and being recognized as a multiple-time karate world champion. She holds a third-degree black belt in American Taekwondo, a fourth-degree black belt in the hybrid martial art Kajukenbo, and a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.
Recognizing the popularity of women’s MMA, she decided to put her college ambitions aside and pursue mixed martial arts under the guidance of renowned trainers. Her MMA career took a new turn when she competed on the global stage of the ONE Championship, where she hopes to become the first ONE Women’s Flyweight World Champion.
Who is Colbey Northcutt’s husband?
Raymond Daniels, a professional kickboxer, mixed martial artist and former sports karate competitor, was born in Sun Valley, California, on April 29, 1980. His journey began in 1985 when he began studying American Kenpo karate under the guidance of his father, Frank Daniels. . During his high school years, Daniels had to take on the role of a single parent.
Daniels joined the Long Beach Police Department at age 21, determined to build a better future for himself and his child. After nearly seven years in law enforcement, Daniels chose to quit and focus on his martial arts profession. Daniels started out as a youth competitor in sports karate and quickly rose to top status in the NBL and NASKA at the age of 19. His achievements include eight NBL World Championships, many NASKA World Championships and a second-place finish in the $50,000. World Pro Taekwondo Championship.
Daniels joined Chuck Norris’ World Combat League in 2006 and captained the Los Angeles Stars. He also won other competitions, including the K-1 World Grand Prix in 2007 and the WAKO Irish Open in 2008 and 2011. In addition to kickboxing, Daniels switched to Bellator Kickboxing in 2016 and won the Bellator Kickboxing World Championship. Daniels started a new chapter with Karate Combat in 2022, winning his first fight. His successful profession, combined with his duties as a parent, teacher and co-founder of ‘ICE Martial Arts’.
Meet Colbey’s brother, Sage Northcutt
Sage Northcutt, Colbey’s younger brother, is a talented martial artist and a rising star in the field of MMA. Born on March 1, 1996, Sage is known as “Super” Sage Northcutt for his outstanding talents and achievements in various fighting disciplines. Sage began practicing under his father’s supervision at the age of four, and won an impressive 77 world titles throughout his youth. In 2012, Sage Northcutt was also inducted into the Black Belt Magazine Hall of Fame.
In addition, he switched from karate to kickboxing and maintained a perfect record of 15-0. Sage embarked on an incredible journey after joining MMA, winning seven straight bouts in major North American competitions. His dynamic and engaging fighting style earned him a UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) spot. Sage began a new chapter in his career at the ONE Championship, but his debut proved shockingly difficult after a knockout loss that nearly ended his career. However, he plans to restart his MMA career, motivated by a desire to become a three-sport world champion in MMA, Muay Thai and kickboxing.