The Cageside Beat December 23, 2009 Recap

The Cageside Beat is the official radio show of ProMMA.info
The Cageside Beat is the official radio show of ProMMA.info

On the most recent episode of The Cageside Beat, brought to you by ProMMA.info, Brian and Mike were joined by director/producer extraordinaire Bobby Razak. This episode was sponsored by TapouT, an expression of combat known worldwide.

The guys discussed a number of topics in addition to bringing you the new edition of “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of MMA This Week” and announcing a UFC 108 Trivia contest.

To listen to and download the episode, as well as find out how to enter the UFC 108 Trivia contest, follow the jump.

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Frank Trigg video blog 3-11-09 (“Mask” Tribute)

Trigg shares his thoughts on Charles “Mask” Lewis Jr. who passed away in the early morning March 11, 2009 in a car accident. “Mask” was the co-owner of the TAPOUT clothing company and one of the stars of the hit MMA reality show, also called TAPOUT, on the VERSUS television network. Please like & share:

TAPOUT leader believed dead (updated)

A red Ferrari believed to be owned by Charles Lewis, Jr., also known as “Mask”, of the famed MMA apparel company ‘TAPOUT’, was split in half early this morning as it slammed into a light pole that was reportedly knocked into the road by a hit-and-run vehicle. The female passenger in the red Ferrari was taken to the hospital, however the driver, believed to be Lewis, was killed in the accident. PRO MMA (promma.info) will update this story as soon as we can confirm indeed the driver was Charles Lewis, Jr. as is being rumored. The possibility that the driver of the red Ferrari was “Mask” was brought to our attention by sources close to the colorful ‘TAPOUT’ leader.

UPDATE: (2:29pm CST) Sources close to the TAPOUT crew have indeed confirmed that the driver of the red Ferrari was indeed “MASK” (real name, Charles Lewis, Jr.) and that he was killed in the accident. Our hearts and thoughts go out to the family and friends of Charles Lewis, Jr. The MMA world and the world in general will definitely be a less colorful place without him. You will be missed “MASK.”

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