Martin Kampmann will be leaving Team Alpha Male as the current head coach for personal reasons at the end of 2015.

On January 9, 2014, Kampmann said that he was going to take a hiatus from fighting; he was not retiring but needed a break.

Kampmann was named the full-time coach of Team Alpha Male, based in Sacramento, California in September 2014.

Kampmann hasn’t fought since 2013 after losing two straight bouts to Johny Hendricks and Carlos Condit.

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Team Alpha Male trains primarily out of Ultimate Fitness located in Sacramento, California and has produced professional fighters such as Joseph Benavidez, Justin Buchholz, Danny Castillo, Chris Holdsworth, Chad Mendes and the current UFC Bantamweight Champion, T.J. Dillashaw.

The gym was founded by Urijah Faber.

He will stick around until a new head coach is named.

The team has reached out to UFC veteran and FOX Sports co-host Kenny Florian as a possible replacement.

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His replacement is expected to be named within the coming months.

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