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Trevor’s Take On Ring Of Fire 43 Bad Blood

 

June 2nd 2012 from the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield Colorado Ring Of Fire MMA 43 Bad Blood.  One of the most anticipated fight cards of the year was everything it was expected to be. Sven Bean and Leister Bowling III put together an entire card of must see fights with plenty of Bad Blood. Beginning with the undercard which would have easily filled out the main card at many other promotions through the Main Event pitting The New York BaD Ass Phil Baroni vs Chris “The Hammer” Holland this was a top notch event.

The Undercard….

Jarred Deaguero vs Nate Torrez- Jarred Deaguero landed a solid right and landed a quick double leg takedown. Torrez worked hard from his guard but Deaguero moved to side control and then took Torrez’s back and submitted him with a RNC at 1:40 of the 1st Round.

Aaron Trujillo vs Tyson Grippen (Ink’d Out) – The fighters opened the round trading solid knees Grippen took Trujillo down and they reversed control several times with neither fighter gaining control. They move back to their feet and and trade combinations. The referee separates the fighters after an accidental low blow from Trujillo. After a brief recovery timeout the fighters restart and trade hard knees again. Trujillo grabs a standing Guillotine and pulls Grippen to the mat submitting him at 2:12 of the 1st Round.

Zach McChesney vs Bryce Thorstad – McChesney uses his reach advantage to land a couple shots from the outside before they go to the clinch against the cage. McChesney lands several more hard punches before they are separated and McChesney is warned for grabbing the cage. As they come back together McChesney lands a combination but Thorstad shoots and takes McChesney down and administers some strong GNP. McChesney scrambles back to his feet but is taken down by Thorstad again as the round ends. The 2nd round opens with both fighters trading hard combinations in the center of the cage. Thorstad lands a huge right hook that drops McChesney. Thorstad follows McChesney to the mat and gets the TKO (strikes) at :23 of the 2nd Round.

Zach Riley vs Toby Lopez – The fighters go right to the clinch with Lopez attempting a toss that Riley switches the momentum on and gains the takedown. Lopez sweeps Riley to gain control. Riley sinks a deep head triangle but Lopez escapes landing a couple hard pucnhes. Riley switches to an immediate armbar and submits Lopez at 1:34 of the 1st round. Riley showed very strong Jiu Jitsu I look forward to seeing what’s to come from this kid.

Henry Solis vs. Justin Willis- The fighters open the fight trading hard punches with Willis seeming to be doing the majority of the damage. Willis shoves Solis to the mat. Solis scrambles back to his feet and is rocked by a big right hand from Willis. Willis follows Solis to the mat and lands some very strong Hammer fists Solis recovers and reverses Willis eventually taking Willis’ back and raining some GNP of his own. The referee brings the fighters back to their feet and warns Solis for a blow to the back of Willis’ head. On the restart they work from the clinch trading shots until the round ends.  The second round starts with Willis attempting a takedown that is defended by Solis. They work back to the clinch. The fighters are separated again due to an accidental low blow from Solis. Willis takes his time to recover. On the restart Solis works Willis against the cage in the clinch and pays for it by taking a knee to the face from Willis on the way out. They go right back to the clinch and Solis lands a solid combination. Solis lands a couple leg kicks but is caught by a huge right that again drops Solis. Solis recovers quickly and reverses control ending up in side control and ends the fight with some monsterous GNP at 4:32 of the 2nd Round.

Mark Taylor vs Aaron Romero – The fighters met in the center of the cage and took their time measuring and feeling each other out. Taylor catches Romero’s leg and takes him down. Taylor works punched to Romero’s body and head. Taylor seems to not even try to improve his position in the very weak looking guard of Romero. Taylor moves to Romero’s half guard and works some strong GNP before Romero gets back to his guard as the round ends. The 2nd round the fighters being very cautious. Taylor attempts a takedown that is defended by Romero. They move back to the clinch and end up on the mat with Romero gaining control and working GNP until the round ends. The final round starts with the fighters trading shots from a distance until Taylor catches a Romero kick and drops him with a very solid right hand. Instead of following Romero to the mat to finish him off Taylor misses with a kick and get taken down by Romero. The fighters reverse control a few times until the fight ends and goes to the judges with Taylor winning a Split Decision.

The Main Card 

Leandro Veal vs Chad Wicks – Wicks makes his way to ring in pure WWE fashion with a prop priest and cheap rip off of the famous Undertaker hat and stare.

The fight starts with the fighters working from a distance. Veal wanting to use his reach and jab and Wicks changing levels looking for a takedown opportunity. Wicks has a shot turned away before shooting a double leg and taking Veal to his back. Wicks works some GNP but Veal easily moves back to his feet.  On their feet Veal charges and pins wicks against the cage landing a very hard knee to Wicks body. Veal steps away seeming confused with the exchange. Wicks recovers and moves forward with a combination of punches but gets caught but a huge shot from Veal that send him flying to the mat. Veal attacks and lands a quick flurry as the referee stops the fight. Veal wins by KO at 2:54 of the 1st Round.

Vinnie Lopez vs Mark Korzenowski

Korzenowski opens the round with a couple leg kicks as the fighters find their range.  Both fighters are very patient trying to find an opening. Lopez starts to find a rhythm slowly working combinations of kicks and jabs. Lopez misses with a huge head kick.  A very technical round by both fighters. Lopez looked to become a little anxious as the round closed. Lopez opens the second round with an enormous left hand that drops  Korzenowski. Lopez works from Korzenowski’s guard and eventually lets him back up.  Lopez remains calm and looks for an opening.  Lopezs  lands a right hook. The fight has turned cat and mouse with Lopez plotting his assaults.  Lopez catches a kick and lands a body shot. Korzenowski  attempts a head kick but it is ducked by Lopez who seemed to almost expect it. As the final round begins Lopez takes a thumb to the eye and the referee separates the fighters.  It’s apparent that Korzenowski knows he is down 2 rounds and is looking to finish the fight. Lopez trades combos . Korzenowski  begins to unload the arsenal but Lopez answers everything Korzenowski throws. Lopez has just missed with fight enders by an eighth of a second the entire fight… take that back Lopez ends the fight with a huge Left hand followed by GNP. Lopez wins by TKO at 3:41 of the 3rd round.

Prentice Ingram vs Tommy Thompson (Ink’d Out)

The fighters open the fight exchanging combo’s on their feet. Thompson takes the fight to the mat with a double leg but Ingram works into top position. Thompson attempts an a knee lock but Ingram escapes and moves back to his feet letting Thompson up as well. The 1st Round ends with the fighters trading hard strikes on their feet. The 2nd Round is spent on the mat in a technical chess match with Thompson attempting several submissions and Ingram countering. The round ends with Ingram getting a reversal and working GNP from back control.  The final round starts on their feet with the trading of leg kicks but quickly moves to the mat with Thompson controlling the majority of the action attempting submissions and working some GNP. Ingram just like in the previous round gets a reversal and goes to work just before the round ends. The fight goes to the judges and Tommy Thompson is announced the winner by Split Decision.  This was in my opinion the most technical fight on the mat that I have seen in a very long time. Great display of skill and patients from both fighters.

Marcus Edwards vs Justin Gaethje (155lbs Young Guns Belt)

It was obvious by the electricity in the crowd as the fighters were being announced that this was one of the fights the card had been named for. Both fighters paced back and forth like caged animals staring each other down as the ring announcer read the tale of the tape. The 1st Round opens with the fighters trading jabs from the outside but quickly going to the clinch. Gaethje gets two takedowns that Edwards almost immediately escapes from and goes right back to standing. Edward attempted a Superman punch but Gaethje caught him with a right hand on the way in that dropped Edwards to the mat. Edwards tried to escape but Gaethje controlled and worked some GNP before  the fighters a separated and brought to their feet because of a blow to the back of the head by Gaethje. After Edward recovers the fighters meet at the center of the cage and trade strong combos as the round ends. The 2nd Round starts on their feet trading punches. Edwards lands an accidental low blow and the fighters are separated and Gaethje takes a minute to recover before they are restarted. Gaethje again lands a shot that drops Edwards who quickly gets back to his feet. They spend the rest of the round on their  feet trading exchanges with Gaethje mixing in some leg kicks. The final round opens with Gaethje landing a accidental kick to Edwards groin. Gaethje crouches and apologizes to Edwards as the fighters are separated and Edwards recovers from the damaging shot. On the restart the fighters meet at center cage to trade combinations again. Gaethje moves behind Edwards on their feet and looks for a toss but Edwards blocks with a leg wrap. They spend the rest of the round on their feet trading hard shots. The final round ends and the fight goes to the judges. Gaethje is annouced the winner by Unanimous Decision.

Tyler Toner vs Cameron Dollar (145lbs Ring Of Fire Championship Belt)

The fight begins with the fighters exchanging shots from the outside. Toner lands a couple strong leg kicks before Dollar takes him to down. Dollar controlled the rest of the round with GNP from Toners guard. The 2nd Round begins with Dollar landing a hard shot that drops Toner. Dollar follows Toner to the mat and works punches to Toners head and body. Toner works to escape but Dollar gains back control and after a couple attempts set up by punches Dollar sinks in a RNC and submits Toner at 2:00 of the 2nd Round.

Chris Holland vs Phil Baroni

After all of the talk and interviews it was finally time for these warriors to step in the cage and back it all up. Baroni makes his way to the ring in a leather jacket and sunglasses with the swagger that is to be expected from the “New York Bad Ass”. Holland spends a couple extra minutes at the fighter entry with his team taking in the energy from the crowd and getting pumped up. After the ring announcer finishes his duty and the cage is locked it’s time to get down to business. The 1st Round begins with the fighters trading hard punches and Holland mixing in some strong kicks. Baroni changes levels and shoots a successful double leg taking Holland down. Baroni works some strong GNP before Holland escapes and works back to his feet. They trade a few more combinations before Baroni takes Holland down again working some very effective GNP. Holland works back to his feet with blood running down the left side of his face. On their feet Baroni gets the upper hand in trading punches until the round ends. Round 2  begins with a much more aggressive Holland landing strong combinations and shutting down several takedown attempts from Baroni. Holland works a string of punches that forces Baroni against the cage. With Baroni against the cage Holland unloads a furry of punches that drops Baroni who tries to grab a leg on the way down. Holland finishes off the hurt Baroni with an onslaught of punches. The referee stops the fight at 2:50 of the 2nd Round declaring Holland the winner by TKO.

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Zach Riley Got Ink’d Out

1. Where do you train and who are your coaches and training partners?

I train with Rude Effex fight team and syndicate striking, my coaches are Jeremy Garcia and John Brodie, my training partners are Nate Jones prentice Ingram Wayne Riddock and plenty other people around Colorado.

2. What motivated you to become a fighter?

I became motivated with fighting because I love the sport.

3. What is your nickname?

Turbo Riley, fist of fury

4. Knock’em out or Chokem’  out?

I would like to  Chokem’  out because I haven’t really put anyone to sleep that way.

5. How do you balance fighting with the rest of your life? family, work, spirituality…

It’s very hard to balance with my life because it’s really all I do.

6. What’s in your ipod when you are training for a fight?

I have lots of genres from tech N9ne to Tim McGraw.

7. What is your favorite non fight related pass time?

Get tattoos and fish.

8.  Who is your inspiration?

Bruce lee and current champions Jose Aldo and Anderson Silva.

9. Best post weigh-in meal?

I’m going to have to say spaghetti.

10. What’s the best advice you can give your next opponent?

There is no advice I can give him really can’t wait to see him in the ring!

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Cat Zingano Got Ink’d Out

1. Where do you train and who are your coaches and training partners?

I train with Team Zingano-Black House MMA in Broomfield Colorado. My Coaches are my Husband, Master Mauricio Zingano. Muay Thai legend Sakmongkol, as well as Olympic meddalist Randi Miller. My training partners are Matt Simms, Kevin Hernandez, Cory Kuechler, Dan Bentz, as well as Pro Fighter and former F2W fight of the year opponent, Barb Honchak. I train with all our students and instructors during my camps. The diversity of styles and bodies keeps me challenged and alert. We train very fast paced and are hard to beat, so the level of competition I get from all the students helps me get ready.

2. What motivated you to become a fighter?

I became a fighter because it was the perfect challenge for me. It is art to me, a way to express myself and the perfect outlet. I knew I wanted to fight when Mauricio informed me that there was MMA for girls too. I had wrestled and paid for it my whole life. I couldn’t believe it and I couldn’t wait to get in to it, especially with all the work and enthusiasm I had put in to wrestling, which had never paid off except for experience and good memories.

3. What is your nickname?

My nickname is “Alpha” because I tend to be alpha. I am a leader, not a follower and often have my own unique way of achieving things, however practical or unorthodox it may be. In the cage, I take on the roll of “alpha” , and I believe we are engaged in a battle of survival. For 15minutes, I get to fight for dominance with this person where if we were in the wild, like mammals, we fight for the right of a territory, immediate reward, to the death. Everything endured and felt in MMA is worth that hand raised for 5 seconds. 

 

4. Knock’em out or Chokem’  out?

I knocked out Takayo Hashi by slam and I tapped Angela Samora with an Anacanda choke, but other than that I’ve never knocked anyone out standing, and the rest I my fights have been TKo’s or submissions. I want a KO standing, that’s my MMA hopeful, purely for the experience.

5. How do you balance fighting with the rest of your life? family, work, spirituality…

Balancing family and training is definitely stretched to the limit. Both make me happy and both have stressors. Routine is very strict and my need for rest, pleasure, and relaxation are all extremely important. I have to have fun and be surrounded by positivity and I am unstoppable.

6. What’s in your ipod when you are training for a fight?

Everything I have on my iPod, someone else put there, it’s hit or miss if I like it and if it motivates me or not. I’m still in the era of “mix tape” haha

7. What is your favorite non fight related pass time?

I like to be outside doing anything. I love playing sports, climbing trees, wrestling in the yard, jumping on the trampoline, camping, getting muddy and hunting. Trying new foods and traveling make me really happy and doing all this while spending time with friends and family.

 

8.  Who is your inspiration?

I am inspired by my Husband, Mauricio Zingano for the way he is always so strong and has it together. He is so important in so many ways, my rock. Also my son for being brave, curious and always encouraging. They are always on my mind and I am so fortunate to be so loved.

9. Best post weigh-in meal?

Every post weigh in meal is the best meal, I usually just continue to eat everything, like I have never eaten before. It’s no wonder I always gain about 8-15 lbs by fight time. Entree to dessert, I only stop when I’m asleep;)

 

10. What’s the best advice you can give your next opponent?

My advice is to hold on, this is going to be a rough ride.

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Leandro Veal Get’s Ink’d Out

 Where do you train and who are your coaches and training partners?

Grudge Training Center, Trevor Wittman

 What motivated you to become a fighter?

It started off as just a hobby since retiring from football in Sept. and I turned out to like it so here we are.


 What is your nickname?

o vilao/the villin without the A

 Knock’em out or Chokem’  out?

Whichever way he is delivered to me i’ll surprise myself.

 How do you balance fighting with the rest of your life? family, work, spirituality…

Right now it’s hard, because I have a lot of businesses to focus on. but I’ve been blessed with the ability to make time to train. it’s hard, but I love when stuff isn’t easy..

 

 What’s in your ipod when you are training for a fight?

Marcelo d2, Dead Mau5 ,Pretty Lights, Seu Jorge, Idan Raichel Project ,some lil Wayne, Wiz. I’m all over the map…

 Who is your inspiration?

My friends that have become my family over the years. We have all been through a lot in life and found our way to success. DJ Williams who is one of my closest friends. My family back in brazil who gives me strength all the way from there. some coaches from when I was younger ,who made me strive to be better than I ever thought I could become.

 

 Best post weigh-in meal?

A big plate of seafood. Damn I can’t wait.

 What’s the best advice you can give your next opponent?

You can’t train for a dude like me. I don’t fight because I have to or because I’ve been raised in that world. I fight because I Can. Amem

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Putting The Needle To Tommy Thompson

Tommy Thompson will face Prentice Ingram on June 2nd at Ring Of fire 43 Bad Blood. I got him to spend a few minutes and give us a look into his mind a couple weeks before the fight.
How did you get into mma?
Bought a Tapout shirt and instantly knew how to fight.
 
What is your favorite submission?
Apparently mount…. if you ever saw my first pro fight…
Do you prefer to keep a fight on your feet or on the mat?
I decide that mid-fight. Wherever I’m more likely to finish.
What does it mean to you to be a professional fighter?
Ummm…. I no longer do all this shit for free! No honestly – being a pro fighter is different to everyone. Some people just want to be able to make a business card that says pro fighter even though they have a record of like 2-9 and don’t know what a treadmill is. I dedicated my life to improving as a fighter, and I aspire to have the knowledge and experience of guys like Alvin Robinson, Duane Ludwig, my team mate Ryan Martinez, and the countless other guys that I look up to in this sport. Number one being my trainer Adam Martinez. I have a long ways to go both mentally and physically but the progress that I expect from myself represents what it means to be a pro fighter. I take it very seriously.
What separates you from the rest of the fighters in your division?
 I open mouth kissed a horse once.
Who is your favorite fighter in mma? 
Ricky Johnson, Nick Laney, Ryan Martinez, Rory O’Farrell
If you could have a dream fight with any UFC Pro who would it be against?
 Wow – good question… I guess at this moment I would say Leonard Garcia or Korean Zombie.
Going into your fight against Prentice Ingram, many people considered you a heavy favorite. Do you feel less or more pressure when going into a fight as the favorite? 
I think it depends who you ask as to whether I’m a favorite or not… I consider all of my opponents very tough and give them the utmost credit until we get in the cage and then I try to kill them. So it’s all the same to me.
What team are you training with for Ring Of Fire 43 Bad Blood?
I’m training at my home, Infinite MMA as always… but I’d like to throw out a thank you to Factory X and all the fighters there as well. And look for Chris Holland to upset Baroni baby. 
Have you done anything different to prepare for this fight knowing that Prentice is a submission style fighter?
Nope. I train like he will be tough everywhere.
What holes do you see in Ingram’s game?
I knocked a man out with an armbar once. The moral of that story? I don’t know, I just thought it was a good story. Anywhoo… I expect opponents to patch holes between fights, so I’ll discover where he’s weak on June 2. 
What is the next move for Tommy Thompson’s mma career?
Whatever my coach tells me. 
At the end of your career what do you want your legacy to be?
For my family, wife, daughter and team to be proud of me. The rest doesn’t really concern me. 
And Finally, you have been a part of Ink’d Out from the beginning… Can we count on you to defend your win at our event in Brush on August 25th?
I have a special place in my heart for Ink’d Out. Guy Thompson is a generous person and I appreciate how he helps me continue progressing in the sport. As far as the 25th I can’t really say either way for a couple reasons… first is that I am under contract with the Ring of Fire for at least the next 2 fights. Also I have never made any plans for my career, I have faith in my coach Adam Martinez so pretty much everything runs through him. But when presented with the opportunity to help Ink’d Out I will always do what I can. 
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Josh Cavan Get’s Ink’d Out

1. Where do you train and who are your coaches and training partners?

I train in Parker at Otomi Martial arts with Thomas Denny and Team WIldman.

2. What motivated you to become a fighter?

Opportunity to make something of myself and not be normal. I was given empty promises three years in a row with minor league hockey. I came across Thomas Denny and Team Wildman one day at the gym and something told me to go talk to them. Two years later, here we are.

 

3. What is your nickname?

Good question. My brother Tyler gave me the name Iron Man after my first fight, then someone gave me “The Cubicle” one day at practice (which I hate that name) and lately people have been calling me Superman. I’m about to make it Josh “you won’t pronounce my last name right” Cavan.

4. Knock’em out or Chokem’  out?

Yes please. Whatever it takes to get my hand raised at the end of the night. 

5. How do you balance fighting with the rest of your life? family, work, spirituality…

MMA is a huge part of my life now. I still work full time and go straight to training afterwards, go home, recover, then back to training. I have a very good support system with my family, girlfriend and friends. It’s overwhelming how much they support me and understand when they don’t get to see me as much as they’d like (or as I’d like). After fights, I do my best to focus my time on spending as much time with them as possible.

6. What’s in your ipod when you are training for a fight?

A lot of variety, depends what I’m in the mood for but mainly heavy metal, dubstep and rap.

7. What is your favorite non fight related pass time?

I don’t have much down time at all. When I do, I’m usually napping, watching movies or playing video games because I’m beat up and sore from training. 

8.  Who is your inspiration?

My family. We have stuck together through everything. My mom and dad have always been so supportive of my brothers and I. I feel bad for them: I’m a fighter, my brother Sean is a pilot and my brother Tyler is a hockey player. They are always worrying about one of us. My brothers are always working so hard to achieve their goals, on days I don’t feel like training, I think of them and it gives me that extra push. 

9. Best post weigh-in meal?

Lots of water and a healthy meal. I still have a job to do.

10. What’s the best advice you can give your next opponent?

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Michael Matthews Get’s Ink’s Out

1. Where do you train and who are your coaches and training partners?

I train at the commerce city rec and Westminister la boxing my coach’s are mike Silva, Keith Schmelzir, and Jeff Myer’s.

2. What motivated you to become a fighter?

I always did martial arts since I was little but maybe 10 years ago are so I want to try and become the best in the whole world.

3. What is your nickname?

I have two Michael the psycho Matthews and Michael the lion Matthews but I like the first one better.

4. Knock’em out or Chokem’  out?

I would like to knock them out but everybody is so tough and I end up getting the submission’s instead.

5. How do you balance fighting with the rest of your life? family, work, spirituality…

 I go to work in the morning and get off around 5-6 p.m. then I start training right after work I get my son on my weekends so I train when I can when he is around and my spirit is something I am still trying to master.


6. What’s in your ipod when you are training for a fight?

I listen to rock music right now my favorite is disturbed.

7. What is your favorite non fight related pass time?

I don’t really have any other interest maybe playing on the computer. 

8.  Who is your inspiration?

I have different people to inspire me for different reason’s but I guess my father is one of the main ones.

9. Best post weigh-in meal?

I like to eat anything so I really don’t have a preference.

10. What’s the best advice you can give your next opponent?

My next opponent is really good I don’t have any advice to give him but a lot to learn from him but maybe let’s just go in there and have some fun!!

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Adam Stroup Get’s Ink’d Out

1. Where do you train and who are your coaches and training partners?

 I train at factory x. My coaches are Marc Montoya, JJ Pugsley and Andres Hermida and my teammates are Chris Camozzi, Brian Camozzi, Chase Hackett, Nick Macias, Joe Warren, Marcus Edwards, Wes Tressel, Tony Miller, Randy Caruso, Bryant Craven, Aaron Trujillo, Randy Rowland, Chris Holland, Nicholi Navarro, Kelly Brown, Brittany Boone and Alexis Clinger. 

2. What motivated you to become a fighter?

I really enjoy the challenge of a fight.

3. What is your nickname?

No Nickname…

4. Knock’em out or Chokem’  out?

I want to knock’em out but I always end up choking ‘em out. 

5. How do you balance fighting with the rest of your life? family, work, spirituality…

I try to make time for my personal life but with work and fighting my days are busy.

6. What’s in your ipod when you are training for a fight?

Old school rap or metal 

7. What is your favorite non fight related pass time?

I like to watch Bronco games with my family, eat pizza, drink a lot of beer.

8.  Who is your inspiration?

My dad and my uncles. They instilled toughness and the fighting spirit in me.

9. Best post weigh-in meal?

I still eat pretty clean after the weigh in , but after the fight I eat a Philly cheese steak, a dozen wings and a big ass Coors light. 

10. What’s the best advice you can give your next opponent?

Bring it on.

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Roger Minton Get’s Ink’d Out

1. Where do you train and who are your coaches and training partners?

American Top Team Altitude, Coachs: Deryck Ripley, Austen Ford, Ethan Day, Training Partners: Bobby Lashley, Alex Huddleston, David Ross, Tony and Jorge Dominguez.

2. What motivated you to become a fighter?

Watching Matt Hughes wrestle in high school then go to the UFC.

3. What is your nickname?

The Joker, I’m funny guy till it’s time to shut that cage door.

4. Knock’em out or Chokem’  out?

Neither, I want to break bones.

5. How do you balance fighting with the rest of your life? family, work, spirituality…

When I’m not training I try to spend has much time as I can with my kids and sometimes take them to the gym with me. I find fighting to be spiritual, like the Samurai.
6. What’s in your ipod when you are training for a fight?

Slipknot, Fort Minor, Rise Against, Jay-Z, and DJ Khaled
7. What is your favorite non fight related pass time?

 Shooting, six years in the infantry and growing up in the south hunting, you develop and foundness for it.
8.  Who is your inspiration?

Big Nog and Frank Mir, very talented fighters, but also very intelligent. They tend to have a cerebral approach to their fights.

9. Best post weigh-in meal?

Chicken fajitas, get protein, carbs, veggies and don’t have to put a bunch a junk in your tank.

10. What’s the best advice you can give your next opponent?

Tap or Snap!

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