I have been practicing martial arts for the most part of my life. Started practicing traditional Karate since I was a kid as my interest in martial arts movies grew. Finally, sometime in the early 90's the UFC tapes arrived at the local blockbuster. The UFC III, was the most impressive Martial Arts event I had seen. I watched in awe while Kimo Leopold carried a giant cross over his back, to later lose a brawl against a much smaller and weaker looking opponent, called Royce Gracie. That was how my interest in MMA began.
Martial Arts continue to be part of my life, and as a hobby I work doing a few marketing stints from time to time. My current work includes marketing consulting for United Combat Fight Network and Filming/Producing videos for Sport Clubs and Athletes. Most of the Sport Clubs I help are involved in Martial Arts, and so are most of the Athletes I help. This is not my primary job, but I enjoy doing it to the fullest!
freddie roach was not also the best but also the most kind trainer we ever got in this boxing world.
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Interesting paper on the marketing aspect of Elite XC and UFC.
thanks for the add, look forward to hearing your thoughts on our ever growing sport of MMA.
Hey guys, I had to revise the last document I posted on the UFC vs EliteXC. Here is the new link to this document.
The most valuable aspect of this project are the marketing recommendations for EliteXC.
Hopefully, Saturdays show will make all these recommendations obsolete!
Again, I appreciate any feedback.