Rising Star Wang Guan on RUFF 5 Bout + Establishing MMA in China


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MMA H.E.A.T.'s Karyn Bryant talks via Skype with Chinese Featherweight fighter Wang Guan, days before his bout at RUFF 5 in Inner Mongolia, China. Wang talks about his strategy for remaining undefeated in the Ranik Ultimate Fighting Federation, how he's handling his increasing celebrity status and what he'd like the world to know about Chinese MMA fighters in terms of style and philosophy. He also lets us know how he would feel if he won the first-ever, government-sanctioned MMA championship in
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