BJ "The Prodigy" Penn will not be calling up Mike Dolce for nutrition advice anytime soon. And even if he did, according to Penn, Dolce probably wouldn't answer his call. In a recent interview with BJPenn.com, The Prodigy opened up, detailing his issues with the creator of The Dolce Diet. "I figured that paying this guy $1,000 a day, I could just focus on the fight, and Dolce would focus on the food and weight cut," Penn said. "But I guess that was my job to focus on the food, and my weight, and read news >>
Diet and nutrition guru, Mike Dolce has finally given his accounting of working with B.J. Penn and why he felt B.J. might have performed so poorly against Frankie Edgar. Shortly after B.J. Penn's last fight, he informed the media that he would "never hire Mike Dolce for anything again." Dolce had been hired by the Prodigy to assist him in his first cut down to 145 in preparation for his fight with Frankie Edgar (fight took place 7/6/2014), and leading up to the fight, all seemed to be running sm read news >>
While you might think that the first-time UFC octagon jitters, an 11-fight winning streak or a first-ever MMA trip to the U.S. would be Valmir Lazaro’s primary concern, it’s actually much simpler than that.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
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Nutrition guru Mike Dolce believes Daniel Cormier has more pounds to give if he wants to reinvent himself once again. Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC read news >>
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Because as the nutrition expert put it, fighters like Kelvin Gastelum are paying 20 percent to someone just to answer a phone call from Joe Silva, instead of paying the proper coaching staff which actually helps them prepare to win a fight. Kelvin Gastelum failed to make weight in his third trip to welterweight this past weekend (Sat., June 28, 2014) prior to his fight against Nicholas Musoke at UFC Fight Night 44 in San Antonio, Texas. A blunder that cost The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) season 17 wi read news >>
The UFC will soon release its first at-home fitness and nutrition program, the Mike Dolce-designed UFC FIT regimen. "What I do is about health, and it's about happiness," Dolce told MMAjunkie.com. "It's about goal-setting and achieving." read news >>
- 2 years ago
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Today at 10 a.m. local time, Chael Sonnen weighed 195 pounds. Yesterday, he was 10 pounds heavier, and 20 pounds from the on-the-dot 185 he needs to be to fight champ Anderson Silva at UFC 148.
The middleweight title challenger looked a little nervous when he reported that figure during interviews on Thursday, one day before the event's official weigh-ins.
But the man who got him there wasn't, and he said today's number is exactly what it's supposed to be.
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- 2 years ago
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MMAjunkie.com Radio today welcomes in studio MMA legend and UFC 139 winner Wanderlei Silva.
Additionally, noted nutrition expert Mike Dolce stops by the studio to update us on the latest happenings with his clients and take listener calls.
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- 3 years ago
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Matt Mitrione believes nutrition has been the missing piece to the puzzle in his fight career, so to remedy that he's added famed guru Mike Dolce to his camp for UFC 137. Read More >> read news >>
- 6 years ago
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Bio-Engineered Supplements & Nutrition Inc. (BSN), the world leader in cutting-edge sports nutrition products and makers of N.O.-XPLODE™, the #1 selling extreme pre-training energy and performance igniter, is proud to announce a multi-year partnership agreement with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), the premier Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) organization in the world today. read news >>
- 6 years ago
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I have to admit I was impressed with Sylvester Stallone’s appearance in his recent interview with Joe Rogan. The 61-year old actor is currently promoting his new Rambo film. His notable muscular appearance seemed less impressive to me when Mr. Stallone told Time Magazine of his use of hormonal supplements as a performance enhancer. "HGH (human growth hormone) is nothing…Anyone who calls it a steroid is grossly misinformed." Stallone further went on to comment that he believes use of HGH will soo read news >>