Sacrifice is huge part of the MMA world. For Resurrection Fighting Alliance’s Zac Chavez sleep is a big sacrifice. The 25 year old fighter from Colorado works a grueling schedule to provide for his family and then works just as hard sharpening his skills as a mixed martial artist. Zac joined Pro MMA Now Radio to talk about his upcoming fight and more.
If you were one of the dedicated souls to wake up at 5 a.m. to watch the UFC Fight Night 34 weigh-ins, I commend you. It will be an adjustment now as the globalization of MMA will keep many hardcore fans up all hours of the day and night to keep up with the many events going on outside of North America. For those of you that missed it, we have your results.
John Cena is in the weight loss game now. This press release was circulated earlier this week and posted over at Lordsofpain. It is interesting that well known wrestling stars like John Cena and DDP are tapping in to this market, a place where pro wrestling hasn’t really been. Steroid allegations and investigations tend to squash any aspirations there, but with the WWE’s publicized “Wellness Policy” it isn’t too surprising that this is possible.
The Gracie brothers are at it again as they take a look at some of the fights that took place at UFC 168 and dissect them in a way only the Gracie’s can do. The first thing you see is Ronda Rousey’s camp reaction to Anderson Silva breaking his leg against Chris Weidman. They then take a look at Jim Miller’s submission win over Fabricio Cameos, Rousey’s second armbar win over Tate, and why Rousey refused to shake Tate’s hand after the battle was over.