Henry Corrales – The Professional

Revgear Sports catches up with Bellator fighter Henry Corrales, the consummate professional.

Henry “OK” Corrales left his native California to follow coach Eddie Cha to The MMA Lab in Glendale Arizona. When Henry arrived there, he didn’t just keep his coach, but acquired some of the best training partners in the world, like Benson Henderson and Alex Caceres.

Henry didn’t start training until he was in his early 20s. He was in a dead end job, partying with friends and living an unfulfilling life. After discovering MMA, he never looked back.

After leaving Southern California to follow Eddie Cha, Henry Corrales has been on a winning streak. With four wins from his last four fights against Cody Bollinger, Noad Lahat, Georgi Karakhanyan and Andy Main, Henry knows that the move to The Lab was a career changer.

With his continual evolution as a martial artist, Henry has his eyes firmly fixed on the Bellator belt. He is close, with each win taking him nearer to the title fight he is looking for. Ranked in the top five, Henry is just a win or two away from a shot at the title.

Henry particularly loves the great feel and quality of Revgear gloves. The fit is just what he needs to get his work done, being snug and comfortable with plenty of protection. When paired with the Revgear Thai pads and mitts, Henry can train to the level that he requires to chase the Bellator belt and reach the highest peaks of his career.

To see Henry’s coach Eddie Cha in action with the mitts, check out this tutorial on his infamous slip to counter flow with Drakkar Klose. You can see why Henry and the other athletes at The MMA Lab trust Eddie with their striking and why The LAB is one of the best facilities in the world.

Tom Billinge Tom is the Editor of Revgear Sports and the founder of WarYoga. He is a 10th Planet purple belt and a Muay Thai Kru having spent over two decades in the sport in Thailand and around the world. Tom has trained Lethwei in Myanmar, Kushti wrestling in India, Zurkhaneh sports in Iran, boxing throughout Europe, and catch wrestling in the USA. Tom also resurrected the ancient techniques of traditional British bareknuckle pugilism from archaic manuals.