Nutrie Elite Athletes


Daniel Cormier

2-Time Olympian & MMA Light Heavyweight Contender

Daniel Cormier is a former two time Olympic wrestler and American mixed martial artist. He began his professional MMA career on September 25, 2009, defeating Gary Frazier. He is one of the greatest wrestlers in the MMA heavyweight division, and remains undefeated in his MMA career. He is currently #6 in the world in the Light-Heavyweight division.


Jelena Mrdjenovich

6-Time World Boxing Champion

Jelena Mrdjenovich is a Canadian boxer and the current WBC featherweight world champ. She trains out of the Panther Gym in Edmonton, Alberta. Mrdjenovich once played basketball for the University of Alberta, where she suffered a torn ACL. While taking time off to heal, Mrdjenovich began watching boxing on TV and decided to give it a shot once she had recovered. She’s been dominating the sport ever since.


Sheldon Westcott

MMA Welterweight and Contender on the Ultimate Fighter Nations
Sheldon Westcott is a former national track and field competitor, who made a transition into jujitsu after a knee injury forced him to take time off from the decathlon event. Training for three years at the jujitsu club, Westcott began competing in tournaments and in 2007 he made his professional MMA debut against former TFC champion Victor Bachman. Although he lost his pro first fight, he has since gone without a loss, finishing four opponents in the very first minute and five in the first round.


Marlon Moraes

First Ever WSOF Bantamweight Champion!
Marlon Moraes became the inaugural WSOF Bantamweight Champion on March 29th, 2014. Marlon began as a Thai boxer in Brazil at the age of seven, and started training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu when he was 15 years old. He has won a couple Muay Thai National Championships in his day, but now trains full time as a mixed marital artist. In September 2012, Moraes signed with the World Series Of Fighting and on November 3, 2012 he made his professional debut at WSOF 1, defeating former WEC Bantamweight Champion Miguel Torres via split decision.

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