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My name is Gregory Outlaw Jr aka Greg “SharpShooter” Outlaw. I’ve been boxing since 2005 and haven’t looked back since. As a junior fighter I’ve won the Silver Gloves tournament as well as the Junior Olympics. Next, in a year or two I turned “Open” and began to fight in the elite class. I would go on to fight in Tournaments such as: Golden Gloves, Belfast- Beltway, Ringside and more. Not to mention, I placed third (3rd) in the 2011 USA National Tournament which qualified me to fight in the 2012 Olympic Trials all while attending Bowie State University. Yet, being in college and trying to box was a bit of a struggle, especially when you are trying to maintain a spot on “Dean’s List” such as I was. However, I would find a way to keep training and I would go on to fight in a few more tournaments. My very last tournament “Last Chance Tournament” which would of earned me a chance to get on the 2016 USA Olympic Team, and when I didn’t win it I decided I would turn professional. Lastly, I earned my BA in Sports Management in May of 2016. Then I had my first professional fight in November of 2016. I am now 4-0 (1KO) and I am one of the newest signees of “REAL DEAL SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT.”


Justice Montgomery was born in Orlando, Florida, where he attended Orlando Christian Prep. While there, he was a part of winning two state championships during his freshman and junior seasons. Beginning his sophomore year, Justice was part of leading worship as a member of the praise band and was the high school chaplain during his senior year. After high school, Justice attended American University in D.C. where we was involved in FCA and became the huddle leader in his sophomore year. He was a full scholarship student-athlete for AU’s men’s basketball team (Division I) and a freshman member of the 2014 team that won the Patriot League conference tournament. After two years at AU, Justice transferred to Cedarville University (Division II) where he continued his collegiate career as a student-athlete. In his senior year, Justice was a team captain and was awarded the Ryan Reep Servant Award. This award was voted on by his teammates in acknowledgment of his service to them. In May 2017, Justice graduated from Cedarville University with his B.A. in Business Management and a minor in Bible. Justice serves in Northern Virginia as an Area Representative. After a couple of internships with the worship ministry and an internship with FCA, he felt God calling him back to the Northern Virginia/DC area for full time ministry. Specifically, Justice desires to be a part of transforming lives for the glory of God through sports ministry and feels NOVA is where God will use him.


Mark Stephens currently serves at the Mid-Atlantic Regional International Coordinator for East Asia.  In 1982, he helped to start the first FCA huddle at Salisbury University and has been involved with FCA through coaching and huddles ever since.  He has been on FCA Staff for the past 13 years.  Mark and his wife Rhonda live in Maryland and have been blessed with 4 daughters.  You can email him  








After spending 32 years working in corporate America and the
Federal government, Brenda found her true passion in Balloon Art.
She uses her balloons to bring smiles to faces of children as well as
teaching the gospel message. She also directed a Christian Puppet
Team for seven years learning the true art of entertaining and
teaching children with various tools. She currently manages her own
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