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Still brave.

I’ve trained Monday through to Saturday this week and it’s good to be able to put in the work. I think really training 6 days a week although it’s a big commitment is the best way for me to go to start to make some real improvements  and to keep myself in good shape and sharp. 1,159 more words

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Fight Preview - Takanori Gomi Vs Joe Lauzon - UFC Fight Night Chicago

Written by Thomas Bradley (@TheKimuraMMA)

The first fight of the main card at UFC Chicago this weekend features a bout that has all the makings of a war, with Japanese legend Takanori Gomi taking on the always intense and gritty Joe Lauzon.  685 more words


My friend and yours

This week as always has been a full week of training. It’s been the same but it’s been different as I have had to train around an injury but none the less I’ve still put in the work. 921 more words

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Could UFC 189 Be The Event That Reignites The Entire Sport?

By: Jonathan M. King The Clinch Report

Folklore has to start somewhere. Legends are born of actuality, rarely do they exist without some sort of merit based on reality. 625 more words

Combat Sports

Training for Amateur Combat Athletes IV: Putting it all Together

In previous posts, various aspects of training for a combat athlete have been discussed, along with examples of how training sessions can be structured.   The goal for this post will be to illustrate how all of the different traits can be trained over the course of the week for a fighter at the amateur level.  756 more words


Chavez Jr trying to right the ship

Despite being the son of a legend, the road hasn’t always been smooth for Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. This week he tries to get his career back on track when he faces fellow Mexican, the once beaten Marcos Reyes. 395 more words