Stray Dogs Club


At Stray Dogs Club we are a family, and our school is bound to become our students’ second home. We are a judgment-free zone, where mistakes are viewed as growth opportunities and your instructors and fellow students are your #1 supporters. You’ll learn a lot of impressive skills and gain many new abilities at Stray Dogs Club, but the most important thing you’ll acquire during your time here? Our community.

Stray Dogs Club


We are a Mixed Martial Arts Academy, specializing in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, Wrestling, and MMA. Here Stray Dogs Club, our staff is the secret to our student success. Each instructor has a rich background in martial arts and is eager to train the next generation of martial artists. Meet the team below!

Head Instructor of Kids & Adult Muay Thai, Kids BJJ

Roger Kremer

And Assistant Instructor for Adult Jiu Jitsu

My love for mixed martial arts began back in 2007 when I was 14 years old. I started training boxing for 2 years with Darrell Stubblefield, an alternate in the 1984 Olympics. I learned the fundamentals of boxing, footwork, head movement, while developing my love for fighting. I briefly transitioned to kickboxing, wanting to add to my arsenal, which led me to finding World Muay Thai and Boxing Champion Master Saohin Srisuk in 2009. After many years of training, fighting, and representing Srisuk Muay Thai, I was promoted to Kru, teacher in Thai, under Master Saohin Srisuk. In 2010, I was introduced to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Professor Marcelo Alonso, a 6th degree black belt under Master Carlson Gracie. Dedicating more consistent time in 2012, I went from a white belt to earning my black belt at 28 years old under Marcelo Alonso. By 2013 I was teaching and running daily operations, eventually acquiring ownership of Stray Dogs Club in 2016, while actively fighting, teaching, and growing the academy to this day.

From left to right (Master Saohin Srisuk, myself, and Nico Crosnoe)

From Left to right (myself and Professor Marcelo Alonso)

Read More

Head Adults Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Instructor

Jericho Paule

Assistant Instructor for Adult Muay Thai

Tate Enyeart

I started Muay Thai back in 2011 a few days after my 18th birthday. I really wanted to get into boxing but I met some people in high school who trained kickboxing and Muay Thai and they turned me onto it. Once I discovered Muay Thai I knew that was what I wanted to do. I didn’t have any intention of competing at first. I just wanted to learn it for self defense and for the fitness aspect of it. After I started training and getting better at it I fell in love with it and I was inspired by some fighters in the gym to maybe try and compete myself someday to put my skills to the challenge and to challenge myself. In total I’ve been training 10 years and have fought once. I love the art of Muay Thai because when done right it’s very beautiful. It’s beautiful violence. I love the traditional style of Muay Thai and keep my style as authentic as possible. I was awarded my trainer certificate under Master Saohin Srisuk in the summer of 2020 and it was one of the biggest achievement in my martial arts journey so far. I enjoy training and teaching people all of the knowledge I’ve learned over the years to ensure that Muay Thai gets passed on to the future generations. I know that someday I won’t be able to fight anymore and at that point it will just be about passing on the knowledge.

Read More

Assistant Instructor of Kids Jiu-jitsu and Kids Muay Thai

Joy Hufford

I like doing Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai because it makes me happier and more confident about myself. I like coaching because I love working with kids and teaching them what I love doing.

Read More

Head Wrestling Coach

Edwin Aguirre

Wrestling for 12-13 years started coaching about 3-4 years ago , and I love the sport of wrestling because it teaches discipline dedication and the value of hard work.
Quote from Edwin- “hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”

Read More

Are you interested in what more Martial Arts has to offer you?

Special Offers

Want to learn more about our programs?

When it comes to Martial Arts Training, nothing compares to Stray Dogs Club. Not convinced? Come check us out and see for yourself!