Jason Strout

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Jason Strout
Jason Strout Profile taken at Sony Launch event NYC by Ray Arizmendi
Born (1977-05-01) 1 May 1977 (age 42)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
StyleKickboxing, Muay Thai, Boxing
Fighting out ofMilwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
TeamRoufusport (past), Church Street Boxing Gym (present)
Years active1999-2003 (Boxing)(Muay Thai)
Notable studentsChris Romulo, João Zeferino, Chris Kwiatkowski, Simon Camaj, Phillipe Nover, Federica Bianco, Jared Gordon, Wayne Barrett (kickboxer), Marcos Galvão, Skender Halili, Igor Gracie

Jason Strout (born May 1, 1977) is an American former kickboxer and boxer from Roufusport competition team based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. After Strout retired from fighting, in 2003 he moved to become a well-known head striking coach and co-owner of Church Street Boxing Gym located in New York City. Strout known for being one of the top striking (boxing, kickboxing/Muay Thai) coaches in NYC with over 20 years of training experience. Strout has gathered knowledge first hand as a boxer and kickboxer under renowned coach Duke Roufus. Utilizing his experience, Strout has successfully coached professional and amateur boxers, kickboxers and MMA fighters in UFC, Bellator, Glory Kickboxing and many other promotions. In 2019, strout became an official announcer for "Fight Sports Asia: Absolute Muay Thai" which is broadcast on UFC Fight Pass.

Professional career[edit]

Strout trained under Duke Roufus at the Duke Roufus Gym (Roufusport) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 1999-2003.[1]


  • Wisconsin State United States Boxing Tournament
  • ISKA Jr. middleweight title
  • IKF Jr. middleweight title
  • WMC/IKF regional Muay Thai Champion
  • WKA World Champion (x3)
  • WKA North American Champion (x2)
  • 10 WKA Northern American Amateur Champions
  • WMC/IFMA Muay Thai world Cup Bronze Medallist
  • USA Boxing Metro Champion
  • Gold Medalist WKA World Amateur Championships
  • WKA Super Middleweight North American Champion
  • Bronze Medalists in I.F.M.A. World Cup in Bangkok
  • Bellator Light Heavyweight Champion
  • Bellator Bantamweight Champion
  • Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament Champion
  • United States Muay Thai Association Heavyweight Champion
  • U. S. A. Boxing Amateur Champions
  • WBU Jr Middleweight Boxing Champion
  • NABA Jr Middleweight Boxing Champion
  • Ring of Combat Champion
  • CFFC Featherweight Champion
  • Battle of Gladiators 155lb Champion
  • 2016 Ring Magazine Round of the Year
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Coaching career[edit]

A list of fighters that Strout has either coached or trained during his coaching career.

Also among other accomplishments

  • Fighters in the UFC, Bellator, P. F. L.
  • Featured in NY Times “ Boxing Gear Test”
  • Appeared on MTV's Making the Band 4
  • Featured workout in Time out New York's “Strout’s Fitnesses Favorites”
  • Time Out New York's 2009 Top Trainer of NYC
  • Featured in Men's Fitness: 5 savagely hard boxing workouts that’ll get you fighting shape

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Chris, "Chris "Mr. Classic" Romulo named WKA Fighter of the Month", Crom martial training, Chris Romulo, retrieved 7 February 2019
  2. ^ Sandy Hackenmueller (20 January 2014), Spotlight on: Chris Kwiatkowski, Friday Night Fights, retrieved 18 June 2019
  3. ^ Michael Stets (14 September 2014). "James Bond villains, designer suits, and Tito Ortiz: A conversation with Bellator light heavyweight champion Liam McGeary". MMA Mania. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  4. ^ Pari Cherry (10 Jan 2018). "Conquering Bellator MMA: Liam McGeary". Pari Cherry. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  5. ^ Brian Hemminger (24 November 2011). "GRedeeming Filipino: Phillipe Nover Bellator 59 exclusive interview with MMAmania.com (Part one)". MMA Mania. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  6. ^ Marc Raimondi (11 Jan 2018). "After three drug overdoses and 10 rehab stints, Jared Gordon has goals greater than becoming UFC champion". MMA Fighting. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  7. ^ Jacques Blaine (22 June 2016). "After three drug overdoses and 10 rehab stints, Jared Gordon has goals greater than becoming UFC champion". New York Fighting. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  8. ^ Michael Stets (2 April 2015). "GLORY 20's Wayne Barrett: 'If they try to judge me on my last fight, they are going to be sadly mistaken'". MMA Mania. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  9. ^ Chuck Mindenhall (31 March 2017). "There's good blood in the corners for Emmanuel Sanchez and Marcos Galvao at Bellator 175". MMA Fighting. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  10. ^ FEDERICO FALZONE (15 September 2016). "BOXE – Federica Bianco ci racconta il suo sogno americano". Lo Sport 24. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  11. ^ Chuck Mindenhall (17 May 2017). "Skender Halili Inks with Roy Jones Jr. Promotions". Fight Nights. Retrieved 18 June 2019.

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