“Donald Tharpe can not be identified by a word or a sentence. He is as complex as a DNA Helix, Outside the ring he is soft spoken, kind, he always puts others before himself. In short, I am blessed to have him as a friend, and to be apart of the Bad Company Family. You can find me ring side at all the fights and I will be happy to let you sit with me and see beast mode at a closer angle so you can fully appriciate the reason why I will always be a spectator.”

Tim Harry


What Makes a Winner

Don't be afraid to fail, encourage your talent, and use your heart. And never be unprepared.

Competing at the highest level is not about winning. It's about preparation, courage, understanding, and heart. Winning is the result.

I believe anybody who is not afraid to fail is a winner. You can be prepared and have the best talent there is, but you can't necessarily control the outcome. A winner is somebody who goes out there every day and exhausts himself trying to get something accomplished. Being able to get the most from their ability. That's what characterizes a winner.


Why Bad Company

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who I am

My name is Donald Donelle Tharpe Jr. I am son of Donald Donelle Tharpe Sr. and Lorraine Avis Tharpe. I was born on March 16, 1984 in Newark, NJ. I moved to Pensacola, Fl at the age of 2. I attended Montclair Elementary School and played football and baseball at Brent Ballpark. I maintained an A average and made all-stars in both football and baseball every year. For middle school I went to Brown Barge, one of Americas premier magnet schools

At this time I was playing football at Bellview Ballpark and baseball at Brent Ballpark. After Brown Barge I headed to Pine Forest High School. I became very involved participating in clubs such as Math Honors Society, National Honors Society, Student Government, Geometry team, Football team, and Weightlifting team. I graduated Pine Forest with a 4.5 gpa and finished in the top 20 out of some 450 students. We won a state championship in 2000 in football and finished 13th in high school rankings nationally. I was all-state both my junior and senoir years. I also placed in the top 6 in weightlifting my sophomore, junior, and senior year, winning a title my junior year. In 2002 I was inducted to Pine Forest Academic and Athletic Hall of Fame. I was fortunate to enough a athletic scholarship to the University of North Alabama. I started all 4 years. I was 3 time all gulf south conference, all-region, and my senior year a pre-season uniamous all-america. I was also a three year captain. I am also honored to be named to university of north alabama and gulf south conference all decade teams. I maintained a 3.5 gpa while attending UNA. After college I moved back to Pensacola, fl were I began my professional career as a night club manager. I have been training MMA for 6 months. I had no prior training in any fighting discipline. My amateur record is 3-0. My goal is to compete in the UFC. I train with Bad Company MMA. My instructor is Mark Cain.