Rick Hawn on win over Lyman Good at Bellator 39
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Judo Olympiad turned MMA fighter Rick Hawn spoke with The Fight Nerd after his decision win against Lyman Good at Bellator 39. Rick breaks down the match and look ahead in the welterweight tournament, dissecting a potential match with Bellator's welterweight champion Ben Askren. Hawn also talks about his new training regime with Renzo Gracie and Mark Dellagrotte, and talks about the 2012 Summer Olympics.
The Fight Nerd caught up with former Bellator welterweight champion Lyman Good after his split decision loss to Rick Hawn at Bellator 39. Hawn advances in the welterweight tournament, hoping to get his shot against Ben Askren, while Good is forced to sit on the sidelines and wait to see what Bjorn Rebney has for him next. We discuss his fight, if he agreed with the judges, what went wrong with his strategy, and who he would like to fight next. watch video >>
Two-time bronze medal winning Olympic Judoka Jimmy Pedro talks with The Fight Nerd about his MMA protege Rick Hawn's performance at Bellator 33 against Levon Maynard and what is ahead for him in Bellator, Judo in mixed martial arts, having MMA legalized in NY and around the US, and how MMA could be adapted to be in The Olympics. watch video >>
Patricky "Pitbull" Freire spoke with The Fight Nerd after Bellator 39, where he knocked out Toby Imada to advance in the lightweight tournament. We get Pitbull's post-fight analysis, as well as thoughts from his brother, Patricio, on the match and what lies ahead for him in season four. watch video >>
The Fight Nerd caught up with "The Killa B", Ben Saunders of American Top Team, after his win over Matt Lee at Bellator 39. Saunders displayed excellent Muay Thai skills and left all of us scratching our heads as to why the UFC would cut him, but their loss is Bellator's gain. Saunders calls his opponent "the real Korean zombie" and breaks down the fight, talks about what it's like to see that much blood in a fight, and who he wants next (which could just be Lyman Good). watch video >>
MMA H.E.A.T.'s Karyn Bryant catched up with Bellator fighter Jay Hieron and gets his thoughts on his upcoming title fight with welterweight champ Ben Askren. Jay also talks about his controversial win over Rick Hawn, his frustration with and ultimate break from Strikeforce and the missed opportunity he had for a fight with Nick Diaz. Jay is set to fight for the title at Bellator 56, taking place October 29, 2011.
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Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney spoke with The Fight Nerd after an exciting night of fights at Bellator 33 in Philadelphia. Bjorn discusses the outcome of the event, thoughts on the fighters performances including Lyman Good, Ben Askren, and Eddie Alvarez. Rebney also tells us about what the future holds for Roger Huerta and what the next step is in the evolution of Bellator FC. Lastly, Bellator VS Strikeforce - could it happen? watch video >>
The Fight Nerd spoke with Kru Phil Nurse at the MMA World Expo 2010 to talk about training Georges St. Pierre for his upcoming UFC welterweight title fight against Josh Koscheck, Frankie Edgar's recent successes over BJ Penn for the UFC Lightweight title, and how he takes people from different pedigrees and brings their striking prowess up to amazing levels. Phil also talks to us about MMA in NY and tells us about his new location for his Muay Thai gym, "The Wat", in Manhattan. watch video >>
The Fight Nerd spoke with Bellator FC Heavyweight champion Cole Konrad this weekend after his successful three-rounder against UFC & Strikeforce veteran Paul Buentello. Konrad broke down his road to victory over Buentello, including why he stood and struck with this knockout artist, and how he trained for this match to prepare for such a skilled striker. watch video >>
The Fight Nerd spoke with MMA journalist, Jim Genia, who has a prolific career in MMA reporting. While covering professional combat sports, Jim found himself in the world of underground fighting in New York, and has written a book on his experiences with that scene titled, "Raw Combat: The Underground World of MMA". We discussed his impetus for writing a book on this topic, as well as how he first got into this seedy underworld of martial arts, and if he thinks it will disappear once MMA is legalized in NY, as well as why MMA still is not okay in "The Big Apple". watch video >>
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