Isaac Greeley impacted –– and continues to impact –– the Pittsburgh combat sports space like few others.

Saturday, Oct. 1, at Brawl in the Burgh 13, we will formalize that impact. Inside the Monroeville Convention Center, we will make Greeley the first inductee to the 247 Fighting Championships Hall of Fame.


We could talk endlessly about Greeley’s impact, but we’ll prime the conversation with this from some of his students and friends:

That kinda says it all, eh?

From upcoming local amateur fighters to fighters making waves on the biggest stages such as the UFC and Bellator to wrestlers and grapplers of all levels, Greeley makes his mark.

It’s one thing to coach and to mentor. It’s another thing to do it with a purely selfless mentality –– and that’s exactly Greeley’s style.

He never craves the spotlight (sorry about Saturday, Isaac) and he never puts himself before his fighters or competitors. He understands the role of a coach and a mentor like few others, and for that, he stands out.

Saturday at Brawl in the Burgh 13, Greeley will corner co-main event professional fighter Justin Patton as well as amateur competitors Elijah Davis and Jacob Loeffert. In those fights, you’ll get to see him in his element as an instructor and coach.

During intermission at the event, you’ll hear from 247 FC Owner Ryan Middleton and UFC/Bellator veteran Chris Dempsey as we induct Isaac into the 247 Fighting Championships Hall of Fame.

Then, Greeley himself will say some words as he accepts the award.


It’s going to be special, friends.

We hope you’ll join us for a night honoring the best of the best in western PA.

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