Take a minute and watch some beautiful mitt work!
So a few weeks have passed since my last fight. It’d be easy to stay home everyday w/ my wife and newborn, eat lots of goodies and grease (in the form of food, not actual grease) until my next fight is booked. BUT, what has gotten me to this point in my career is the same thing that gets me back to the gym in a timely manner. The need to get better and put 100% into my career. When all is said and done, I have no doubt I will be able to say that I did everything I possibly could to maximize my potential as a fighter. Being away from my wife and baby from time to time is the price I pay. Efficiency is the key to my training, and lifestyle in general. Get in, get out, put forth your best effort, get home, love your family
Follow me down the gauntlet and into the cage! A 1st person POV (my brother’s view from cageside) of my CFFC title fight, enjoy!
Check out the days leading up to capturing the CFFC Lightweight Championship. A big thanks to Team Spaniard for all of the help; I couldn’t do it w/o each one of you!
I’m experimenting w/ my new Go Pro camera. Pretty sweet first person training footage. Enjoy!
I will be fighting for the Cage Fury FC belt Oct. 26 at the Borgata in Atlantic City. It’s been a long time coming. Email me for tickets.
I will be fighting April 12 in Valley Forge, PA for Cage Fury FC against RJ Goodridge. A big thanks to Cage Fury and @amafightclub for setting it up. Can’t wait to get back in the cage!
I recently did a meet and greet at Sharky’s in Boonton, NJ for UFC 158. Thanks for the great turnout, and a big thanks to Sharky’s for having me!
Now for some @ufc predictions, and why (going w/ the three biggest fights, don’t know enough about the other guys on the main card): Marquardt over Ellenberger – I think Marquardt will be too big and strong over the course of the fight. Ellenberger has trouble w/ cardio. Slight chance Marquardt’s short tunaround will play a role, but I’m going w/ “The Great”. The next one is tough, and up until writing this, I was going w/ Condit, but I just realized Hendrick’s is too powerful for Condit. Condit could pull of a sub, but Hendrick’s has awareness (from a life of wrestling, and now fighting), and will avoid such attempts. Look for Hendrick’s to be GSP’s next challenge. And now for the finale, GSP all the way. Nick will bruise up GSP’s face w/ his pitter patter, but GSP will do what he does, take the fight to the mat, and dominate on top. I don’t necessarily see a finish on his part, but a dominating performance. Again, GSP will be too powerful.
These welterweights are frickin’ powerful, good thing I’m a lightweight now!