team of experts.
Owner & Head Instructor
Professor Cole Miller is a professional MMA Fighter and Second Degree Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt. Raised in Middle GA.
Cole was a standout baseball player at Mount de Sales Academy before committing to MMA training full time.
Cole immersed himself in martial arts and had a stellar amateur and early professional career.
After several professional fights, Cole started training at the World Famous American Top Team, in Coconut Creek FL.
Cole then went on to star in the UFC based reality show, the Ultimate Fighter Season 5.
Since the show, Cole has had a long successful career in the UFC, with ten years, and over 20 fights with the promotion.
In May of 2017, Cole started ATT Warner Robins. He wants to teach the residents of Middle Georgia the techniques that made him a top contender in the highest echelon of MMA!
Occupation: Warner Robins Firefighter
Training Since: 2010
BJJ Rank: Brown Belt
Experience: Amateur and Professional MMA fighter.
Hobbies: Training Firearms, Movies, Craft Beers, All types of Music,
Lathon Lawson has been training Mixed Martial Arts collectively for about since 2010. He is a purple belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and wrestled at Warner Robins High School. He began training at Rush MMA in Macon, Ga under the guidance of Professor Bubby Mitchell. He was born in Sumter,SC and moved to Warner Robins when he was 13 years old. He was always scared of combat and confrontation so he decided he should learn to defend himself. He and his older brother watched a UFC event and he became hooked. It then became his primary drive and passion to do all he could with regard to Mixed Martial Arts. He started in his living room just shadow boxing, then signed up for the high school wrestling team. Shortly thereafter he found Rush MMA and never stopped training.
He is currently a professional fighter and has been coaching since 2014. “I enjoy teaching the arts that have been passed on to me. The most gratifying thing about teaching for me is the progress in the student. When I say progress I don’t necessarily mean physical development, I mean personal development. The gain of confidence and self belief is more important in my book. Passing on the knowledge that has been given to me is my duty.”