Brett Rogers Grateful for Second Chance After Going to Jail
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Former Strikeforce heavyweight contender and new Bellator-signee Brett Rogers talks to Ariel Helwani of MMA Fighting (http://www.mmafighting.com) on The MMA Hour about his journey through MMA. Rogers discussed going to jail, getting cut from Strikeforce, problems with his wife and entering the next Bellator heavyweight tournament.
NOTE: This interview was shot waaay back in January and I forgot to upload it here sooner, so some dates might be off now, but everything else holds true. more
In an exclusive interview with Ron Kruck, former Strikeforce Heavyweight Brett Rogers and his wife Tiuanna discuss the recent assault charges filed against him.
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Josh Barnett talks training and the Heavyweight Grand Prix. Barnett will face the heavy-handed Brett Rogers in a quarterfinal showdown!
The 6-foot-3, 255-pound Barnett became the youngest UFC champion in history at age 24 when he scored a second-round TKO (4:35) on MMA legend Randy "The Natural" Couture in Las Vegas, Nev., on March 22, 2002. In his sixth career fight, Barnett submitted wrestling and MMA legend Dan "The Beast" Severn with an armbar in the fourth round (1:21) in Hawaii.
In addition to his achievements in America, Barnett has spent a good portion of his career competing in top tier promotions overseas, including the now defunct PRIDE Fighting Championships in Japan where he notched memorable victories over the likes of Aleksander Emelianenko, Mark Hunt and Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira. On Oct. 21, 2006, Barnett took part in PRIDE's first event on U.S. soil, submitting Pawel Nastula with a toe hold in the second round (3:04) at Las Vegas's Thomas & Mack Center. more
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