NxSE Prospect Report: “Coach” Chase Gamble

“Coach” Chase Gamble


  • Pro Record: 2-3-0
  • Amateur Record: 5-6-0
  • Traditionally fights at Light Heavyweight (205 Lbs.)
  • Fights out of North Carolina

Chase Gamble sticks out in my mind because of his willingness to fight, plain and simple. The first time I got to see “Coach” fight, he had taken the bout on less than twelve hours notice; with little to no time to prepare, Gamble relied on muscle memory and skill to remain competitive in the fight, and he was successful up to the finish. Though the fight didn’t go his way that night, Gamble certainly impressed many in the audience.

Chase Gamble is a very adept grappler who has a particular gift for grinding a fight out to victory by decision. It could be that Gamble has ingrained the knowledge of how to maintain his cardio to make it to decision finishes, or Gamble’s natural body mechanics. Regardless of how, the truly important aspect is the result. When Chase Gamble’s fights go to the judges, the judges agree that Gamble has won 5 times out of 6 fights. Gamble does have stopping power by way of submissions and knockouts, the submission techniques are powerful wrestling maneuvers (like Dan Severn’s early UFC victories). “Coach” also has title fight experience for the United States Freedom Fighting Championship (USFFC), Strike Hard Productions (SHP), and Next Level Fight Club (NLFC), as a professional and as an amateur.

Fight Stats (Professional)

  • Wins – 2
    • KO/TKO – 0
    • Submission – 0
    • Decision – 2 (100%)
  • Losses – 3
    • KO/TKO – 1 (33%)
    • Submission – 2 (66%)
    • Decision –
  • Draws – 0