I was recently talking shop with the Fight Professor, Stephen Quadros, original host for the Pride Fighting Championships along side Bas Rutten. We met in 2012 rotating rounds on a single heavy bag inside Crunch Gym – Burbank. He’s a walking, talking fight encyclopedia! While I heard about the origination of UFC training under Paul Vunak, Stephen was actually there.
Nowadays we compartmentalize everything in hopes to find our audience, build a brand, and increase our revenue. You'll see public speakers on motivation, real estate, finance, and even self-defense. It makes good business sense, but that doesn’t always carry over to these so-called experts’ personal lives.
We've explored the psychological aspect of hand-to-hand combat in the previous posts. Now, lets get physical. This is barely the tip of the ice berg, but it'll give you a basic set of principles and techniques to begin building the foundation of your arsenal.
The most dangerous man in the world is the one who has nothing to loose. Rarely do I begin a post with the conclusion in the very first line, but this is one subject I don’t want to detract from. Killers kill, fighters fight, talkers talk, and defenders defend. Good Men Brotherhood is a Defense Club.