Nagy was born in Hungary and emigrated with his parents to the United States in 1988, when he was four years old. He grew up in New Jersey and was always an athletic child, participating in hockey and playing high school football where he played tight end and defensive end.
Mixed Martial ArtsEdit
In 2008, Nagy moved to Arizona and began taking classes at the Rage in the Cage training center, in which he "fell in love with a new sport".
At Rage in the Cage 132, held in Casa Grande, Arizona, Nagy made his debut by defeating Robert Principato. He won the fight after a doctor stopped the fight because Robert was medically unable to continue.
Nagy was signed to a one fight deal with Strikeforce with his debut coming at Strikeforce: Miami. He was selected to fight Herschel Walker in Walker's MMA debut and was defeated via third round technical knockout.
|Professional record breakdown|
|8||1 win||2 losses|
|Loss||Herschel Walker||TKO (Strikes)||Strikeforce: Miami||January 30, 2010||3||2:17||Sunrise, Florida|
|Loss||Francisco Navarro||Decision (Unanimous)||Rage in the Cage 136||November 7, 2009||3||3:00||Prescott Valley, Arizona|
|Win||Robert Principato||TKO (Doctor Stoppage)||Rage in the Cage 132||August 1, 2009||1||1:32||Casa Grande, Arizona|