Posted bysystem system 1 year ago from http://feedproxy.google.com/

In running for office in his home state, retired UFC welterweight Chris Lytle learned firsthand how far MMA has to go before it reaches the mainstream. On Tuesday, the 37-year old Lytle came in second in a three-person race for the Republican nomination for a seat in the Indiana state Senate. But he believes his popularity as a mixed martial artist had little to do with his showing. In fact, opponents tried to use it against him.




No comments yet. Be the first one to comment!
Top Add Comment
Please Login or Sign Up to add a comment.
Top Add Anonymous Comment
Name:
Enter the text you see in the image.
Letters A to Z (NOT case sensitive) and numbers 1 to 9 only.
Security Code 

Related MMA Merchandise


Copyright © 2008 - 2014, Combat-Core LLC All Rights Reserved.
MMA-Core.com is not affiliated with the UFC, Bellator, One FC, or any other MMA organization. We do not claim ownership of any images and videos on this website.