The Complete Idiot's Guide to Ultimate Fighting (Complete Idiot's Guides (Lifestyle Paperback)) Paperback – 29 Oct 2009
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About the Author
Ace Rich Franklin is a three-time UFC Middle Weight champion and one of the top mixed martial artists in the world. He has a record of 21 wins (including 2 title defenses) with 1 loss and is widely regarded as one of the sports most well-rounded fighters. Hes featured frequently in UFC events aired on Spike TV and Pay-Per-View, and he was one of two coaches on the second season of Spike TVs weekly reality show, The Ultimate Fighterthe networks most watched program ever. Well-spoken, humble, and with all-American good looks, Rich is one of the top ambassadors of the sport. Making use of his masters degree in education (he used to teach high school math), he appears frequently on news programs, including The OReilly Factor, educating the public on the history and rules of mixed martial arts. His American Fighter clothing line is carried by Wal-Mart and frequently sported by Kevin James character in King of Queens.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
shows on TV) and really didn't know what I was watching since I've
never really done martial arts. My wife picked this up for me the
other day and I read it cover to cover. Its great! This is the kind
of book thats perfect for a new viewer and it explains what is going on
during the stand up part of the fight, when they clinch, and then when
they go to the ground. Lets face it, its tough seeing the action on
the ground and I had no idea what they were trying to do. This book
explained it all and really helped me become a better fan. Highly
recommended, especially for people who want to understand all the
tactics that fighters are trying to apply. Great book!
its more of a history and profile of mma athletes
its better to read profile in websites lije ufc.tv and not in a book