Legacy Fighting Championships Flyweight Champion
Damacio Page is the current Flyweight Champion for Legacy Fighting Championships
Damacio was the first fighter featured on NBC’s reality show “Tapout” and went on to recordseveral episodes of the Tapout Virtual Training Center on YouTube. His most recent primetime television appearance was his active participation in Bellator's reality series on Spike TV entitled “Fightmaster”. In this series he was an assistant coach to Greg Jackson, of the worldwide acclaimed MMA Gym, Jacksons of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Current Legacy Flyweight Champion
Establishing a record of 13-3 earning him a place in the WEC (ranking him 5th in the world at bantamweight), and moved on to the UFC, when WEC was dissolved. Damacio now fights for Legacy FC, where he has put on a spectacular show of power finishing three of his four opponents by knockout, including a title win over Brian Hall in a performance that earned an MMAjunkie “Knockout of the Month” award, and nomination for ESPY knockout of the year. The knockout went viral on the internet, hours after the fight ended, with hundreds of thousands of views.
Recently Damacio was featured in "TUF 24 Tournament of Champions." Despite suffering a loss on the show due to a stoppage technacality, Damacio and his managment team are very optimistic about his fighting career. Page has fought professionally for 11 years since his start in 2005 and is revered as a respected and dangerous veteran in the octagon.
Life Outside the Octagon
In his spare time, Page enjoys working on his collection of custom cars and trucks, riding his Harley Motorcycle, and managing his properties. He also enjoys collecting and shooting various guns, getting and giving tattoos, and also finds time to responsibly breed various Pitbulls under his company “Duke City Bullyz” and is a registered member of BullyPedia.com.
Page is a firm believer in giving back to the community, participating in events and community organizations like the yearly St. Baldrick’s Foundation event.