ProMMAnow.com (www.prommanow.com) reporter Daniel Theodore was on the scene in Santa Monica Tuesday for the Spike TV / Bellator press conference and spoke with UFC Hall of Famer Randy “The Natural” Couture about his decision to sign-on as a coach on their upcoming reality series “Fight Master: Bellator MMA”.
When it was announced earlier this week UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture had signed with Spike and will be coaching on Bellator’s upcoming reality series, it came as a surprise to many who had long associated Couture as being part of the UFC.
Even though he had retired from active competition, Couture had recently been doing UFC fight analysis during Fox broadcasts, and according to UFC President Dana White, was still under contract.
UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture fought well past the age most fighters ever will. But he is not a fan of Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) and feels there are natural ways you can jump start your body into creating more testosterone as opposed to bringing in an external source, which he says can compound the problems one is already having.
Tito Ortiz fills in for Bas. Randy Couture talks upcoming fight with Lyoto Machida and his retirement plans. UFC fighters Carlos Condit and Travis Browne are guests.
In anticipation of UFC 129 which is scheduled for April 30 in Ontario, Randy Couture, Lyoto Machida, Jose Aldo and Mark Hominick participated in a media conference call Tuesday.
ProMMAnow.com’s Brian Furby takes a look at UFC Hall-of-Famer Randy Couture’s book, “Xtreme Training: The Fighter’s Ultimate Fitness Manual” published by Victory Belt.
UFC Hall of Famer, Randy “The Natural” Couture, along with Fedor Emelianenko, grace the cover of the new EA Sports MMA video game that was released on Tuesday.
UFC President Dana White on Oct. 15 indicated that an anticipated light heavyweight matchup between Jon Jones (11-1) and Ryan Bader (12-0) might not happen after all.