"Honestly, I am shocked that he is still standing. People that consistently take that much damage as part of their strategy are not going to be around as long as the Randy's of the world. I was shocked that he looked as good as he did against…"
"I am a big fan of The Dalai Lama. One of the best books I have read is "The Art of Happiness." Howard Cutler is a tool, but there is a ton of good stuff in there. Another book by him that could offer some help (also by The Dalai Lama)…"
All my experience has been with non sanctioned street stuff. I get the adrenal dump right before hand, but don't really stay amped after. Usually within an hour or so, I am back to normal. Thinking back on stuff doesn't really get…"
Worked as a personal trainer and wife is a nutritional educator, so happy to field questions
MMA Styles You Follow?
Kick Boxing, Sambo
How Often Do You Watch MMA Events?
At Least Once a Week, More
How Many Live MMA Events Have You Attended?
Your Favorite MMA Fighter?
Andre, Anderson, Kenny, Crocop
What Would You Change or Do Different in MMA Today?
Institute the yellow card for fighters that are stalling and not trying to finish fights (see: wrestlers with their lay and pray technique).
Getting my PHD in Sociology at UC Davis after having spent the last 8 years doing mortgage lending and banking. Just bought a house with my lovely wife who also enjoys training (mostly kickboxing but I am getting her interested in the ground game too). As for me, I trained Kung Fu in San Diego, Sambo in Santa Barbara, and now doing a little bit of everything MMA in Sacramento.
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