Posted on 14 April 2013 by Hobson Lopes
The sport of mixed martial arts has reach great heights since Forrest Griffin and Stephan Bonnar tore down the house at The Ultimate Fighter Finale in 2005. Their 15-minute war propelled the sport to the run it has gone on since and has helped bring MMA around the world to places like Abu Dhabi, Sweden, Japan, and back to Brazil.
Posted on 03 January 2012 by Tony Hackerott
Over the last few decades we’ve seen some very polarizing personalities emerge in this sport. Some men choose to express themselves precisely as they would behind closed doors; some men opt to project specific images in the hopes of drawing more fan interest. The protagonist personality surfaces just as often as the antagonistic, but it seems the genuine individuals are the true crowd pleasers; even drunken fans can detect a bogus façade.
Posted on 20 February 2011 by Hobson Lopes
Posted on 18 December 2010 by Raphael Garcia
The monthly publication, Maximum Fitness, did a feature story on mixed martial arts champion and star Georges “Rush” St. Pierre for their November/December 2010 issue. In this issue they spoke to the champion about what makes him train so hard and push through his hard battles. Another main point of the story was the information of a training routine that St. Pierre uses to prepare for each competition.
Posted on 12 December 2010 by Raphael Garcia
Domination is a word that may be difficult to use when talking about the competition between high level athletes. For a clear cut example, look at how UFC Welterweight Champion Georges “Rush” St. Pierre handled his opponent during the main event of UFC 124.