Frank Trigg video blog 3-6-09

Professional fighter and professor of Triggonomics, Frank Trigg, is back with a new video blog today. Trigg is in Columbus, Ohio for UFC 96 and the Arnold’s. If you are attending the Arnold’s today, stop by and say hi to ‘Twinkle Toes’ at his booth. Trigg gives his thoughts and picks on the UFC 96 … Read more

UFC 94 last minute prediction from Frank Trigg

It’s almost that time, B.J. Penn vs. Georges St. Pierre. It’s always interesting to hear the pro’s picks on big fights. Trigg has been inside the Octagon with St. Pierre and he’s been in the game long enough to offer a credible and unique perspective. Who does he pick? Watch and see and then check … Read more

Frank Trigg interviews Ric Flair (video)

When I was a kid there was no UFC or MMA you could turn on the TV and watch. The next best thing was professional wrestling and Ric Flair was one of the icons back in those days. Here he is, The Nature Boy being interviewed by our good buddy Frank Trigg.

Trigg defeats Olympic gold medalist at Sengoku

by: Jack Bratcher

On August 24, 2008 at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan, Frank “Twinkle Toes” Trigg stepped back into the ring after an eight month layoff to face Japanese Olympic gold-medalist Judoka, Makoto Takimoto. Trigg was a heavy favorite going into the fight with odds of -500 and Takimoto at +300 according to

The first round was at a breakneck pace with Trigg clearly doing the most damage. Trigg looked impressive with his transitions, head movement, and a very solid all-around game. Whether it be standing, on his back, or in the mount, Trigg’s game continues to evolve. He looked comfortable in all aspects of the fight.

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Frank Trigg faces Olympic Gold-Medalist, Makoto Takimoto, at Sengoku 4 on August 24 in Japan

by:  Jack Bratcher When Frank Trigg steps into the ring on August 4th to face PRIDE veteran and Olympic Judo Gold-Medalist, Makoto Takimoto, he will be coming back from a nine month layoff.  On the other hand, Takimoto’s last fight was in March of this year.  Rumors ran rampant, negotiations were stifled, and contracts fell … Read more