FIGHT! Life: "Big" John - The Best in the Game


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The crew over at FIGHT! would like to think we know a thing or two about what makes a good fighter. But we don't hold a candle to "Big" John McCarthy when it comes to breaking down the best mixed martial artists in the game. In part 4 of this "FIGHT! Life" series, John gives us the lowdown on BJ, Anderson, GSP and also makes his predictions about which up-and-comers will be taking their place in the not-so-distant future. Produced and directed by Matthew Ross. Camera: Rick Lee. Assistant Camera: Diego Helguero and Anthony Williams. Edit: Ashley Cahill and Ryan Jackson-Healy. Music: Jacques Brautbar.
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