Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt, Professional MMA Fighter, Professional Boxer, Bail Bondsman and Bounty Hunter. Father to 5 daughters (Kayla 16, Madisen 14, Lexi 8, Piper 3, and Reagan 3 months) and 3 step-daughters (Abby 13, Katie 10, Gracelyn . Owner operator of Juggernaut Combat Systems/Beckley Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy.
* Multiple NAGA and WVGO and AKJU championships.
* 6-2 amateur MMA record, 6-6 professional MMA record 11 wins via submission.
* August 2016 - Pro MMA win over UFC Vet Wes Sims 2:15 RD 1 via Arm Bar.
* August 2016 - WVGO Brown belt open champion, 5 submissions zero points scored on.
* Oct 2016 - Promoted to Black Belt in BJJ by Professor Jorge Gurgel.
* Nov 2016 - AGC Ohio State Black Belt Champion.
* August 2009 - OGC purple belt absolute champion
* November 2008 - Intimidation Cage Fighting Light Heavyweight Champion
Q&A Session Between George Oiler and Elite Sports
Question: What inspires you about BJJ? MMA?
Answer: What inspires me and drives me to continue training daily is the fact that Jiu-Jitsu in infinant. With that what I mean is there is so much knowledge and information that it's impossible to know everything that there is to know about Jiu-Jitsu.
Question: Any major accomplishments you’ve been able to achieve in that time?
Answer: I have won a ton of NAGA divisions over the years from white belt through brown belt. I beat UFC vet Wes Sims in an mma fight in August of 2016 with an armbar at 2:15 of the first round, then turned around the next weekend and won the WVGO West Virginia State Championships Brown Belt absolute winning all matches by submission in under 3 minutes. I was promoted to Black Belt by Professor Jorge Gurgel Oct 22, 2016. 3 weeks later I won the AGC Black belt open at the Ohio State Championships
Question: How long have you been training?
Answer: 13 years
Question: What are your goals for this year? Next 3 years? Next 5 years?
Answer: My goals for this year are to become active in these new pro submissions only series that are popping up everywhere. And for 3 years, Win an IBJJF Masters worlds championship. And for 5 years, Still be training and competing actively!
Question: Who inspires you, past or present? Why do they inspire you?
Answer: My students inspire me. Their successes, their failures all keep me goal driven and their success means as much to me as any of the successes I have had in BJJ and MMA.
Question: Do you have a go-to finishing move?
Answer: Bread-cutter choke
Question: How often do you train?
Answer: Nearly every day and some days twice a day!
Question: What will you suggest to the newcomers?
Answer: Be determine to achieve your goals regardless of getting fail.
Question: What do you think it takes to be a champion in your sports?
Answer: Persistence and dedication
Question: What sort of gear do you usually keep in your gym bag before hitting the gym? Do you have different items for specific days?