MMA HEAT – Training Day


From the Vault: this TV episode originally aired December 1, 2010 on MAVTV. We join Chicago Bears’ tight end Brandon Manumaleuna as he works on Endurance and Aggression at the LB4LB Boxing Gym with Terry Claybon; we speak to All-Americans and/or Olympians Randy Couture, Dan Henderson, King Mo Lawal, Mark Munoz and Daniel Cormier about the importance of wrestling Techniques in MMA and the backlash against wrestlers; we gain insight into the Hearts and Techniques of Dutch kickboxers courtesy of the UFC’s Stefan Struve and Antoni Hardonk; and we visit Brazilian Top Team to learn the Anaconda Choke Technique from Milton Vieira and Marcelo Perdomo. Be sure to visit www.MMAHEAT.com for more interviews and MMA content. Nós falamos Português! * We’re on Facebook www.facebook.com * Follow MMAheat on Twitter: www.twitter.com * Follow Karyn on Twitter: www.twitter.com


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MMA HEAT – Training Day — 17 Comments

  1. Hey guys im a 15 year old mixed martial artist! im going to be putting some of my fights on you tube and i have one here would you all be so kind and watch it please and give me some feedback and comment and subscribe if you like thank you

  2. lol a sorry ass football player giving advice on boxing hahaha whats next a soccer player training anderson silva in bjj.

  3. Karyn is the best mma reporter, i used to like Ariel the most but he is not the same any more he focuses to much on the contraversial and pokes at fighter hence why most fighters hate Helwani, karyn is way better at talking with fighter

  4. Is there a way to defend the anaconda choke? I like to hear from the guy who created it.

  5. One of the reasons Sweden has such tall people is because of Eugenics during the 1940’s

  6. I would be watching K-1 if it was still existing. In 2006 there were 40 K-1 events. In 2011 there were 4…

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