MMA filmmaker Genghis Con’s newest work is this documentary showcasing the careers of Japanese fighters Tatsuya “The Crusher” Kawajiri (26-5-2) and “The Fireball Kid” Takanori Gomi (31-5). Gomi will make his UFC debut on March 31 against Kenny Florian at UFC Fight Night 21 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Part 1 focuses on the early Shooto career … Read more
Esteemed filmmaker Bobby Razak takes a look at the Ruffo brothers. The sons of a Muay Thai boxing coach, the Ruffo brothers train in all aspects of mixed martial arts, and are looked at as the future of the sport. And they don’t just train with anyone, they train with some of the top fighters … Read more
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson talks about focusing on the positive things in this new video interview from the OC Register. Jackson, the former UFC light heavyweight champion, was sentenced to three years probation after a much publicized high-speed police chase that ended at gun point in the summer of 2008. Jackson plays “B.A. Baracus” in the … Read more
Remember that movie Quinton “Rampage” Jackson ducked out of the fight against Rashad Evans to star in? Here it is – The A-Team. Rampage plays the character Master Sergeant Bosco Albert (“B.A.”) Baracus. I always liked “Face” cause he had the cool disguises. Looks like it might be half decent. What do you think? Will … Read more
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.
2008’s “Coolest Man in the U.K.” winner, Michael Bisping, takes viewers along for the ride as he makes the trek from England to Texas to star in a new movie entitled “Beatdown.” The film is directed by Michael Gunther and is described as an “action/drama with MMA-style fighting.” Movieset.com says,
The film stars Rudy Youngblood (“Apocalypto”) as Brandon, a young street fighter, who has fallen out of favor with the mob and is forced to fight for those close to him. “Beatdown” also features Eric Balfour (“The Texas Chainsaw Masacre”, “Hellride”), Danny Trejo (“Desperado”, “Machete”), and MMA fighter Michael “The Count” Bisping.
This is a pretty cool behind-the-scenes look Bisping treats us to. Apparently, Bobby Lashley has a part in the movie, because in part four, below, you will see Bisping in a sparring session with the former WWE star and recent Strikeforce addition.
Remember when Bisping asked Guy Ritchie to put him in his next gangster flick? Who knows, maybe it will happen one day.
Everyone knows by now that Quinton “Rampage” Jackson gave up his fighting career to become an actor. And once you watch this video clip of a fight scene from his new movie Death Warrior you will realize why. Upon viewing, it becomes immediately evident Rampage’s acting skills far surpass his fighting, and an Academy Award … Read more
Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Andrei “The Pitbull” Arlovski, along with Dolph Lundgren, and Jean Claude Van Damme star in Universal Soldier: Regeneration. The movie is a futuristic sci-fi action thriller directed by John Hyams. Hyams also directed The Smashing Machine, a documentary about Mark Kerr, as well as a number of other movies and TV … Read more
In the ongoing battle of words between Rampage Jackson and UFC president Dana White, the former UFC light heavyweight champion has once again used the power of the Internet to fire back at White from the bunker of his blog via www.rampage-jackson.com.
White was a guest Tuesday on The Carmichael Dave Radio Show and basically said Rampage was acting immature. “Rampage is a grown man. He’s acting like a baby right now, but he’s a grown man,” White said on the broadcast.