Former UFC heavyweight champ Bas "El Guapo" Rutten retired with a 22-fight unbeaten streak, not counting the other trouble he got into. In this series, Bas recounts some of his craziest adventures, and shows off his musical talents.
A true thinking man's fighter, former two-time UFC Heavyweight Frank Mir is one of the most skilled big men in the history of the sport. He's also one of the most controversial. In this FIGHT! Life series, Mir recounts his horrific motorcycle accident of 2004, details his philosophy, reveals that he's a closet Dungeons & Dragons nerd, and introduces us to his growing family.
MMA stars Nick and Nathan Diaz are the best pair of fighting siblings U.S. MMA has ever produced. And as last Saturdays nationally-televised post-fight brawl proved yet again, the Strikeforce welterweight champ and his UFC-headlining younger brother arent afraid to throw down after the final bell whether its in the cage, in the street, or in the hospital. In this FIGHT! Life series, we attempt to get to the bottom of how the Diaz brothers became the bad-ass Jiu-Jitsu wizard, shit-talking gangsters they are today.
Eddie Bravo is without a doubt one of the great innovators in the history of mixed martial arts. Hes also one of the sports all-time characters. Born in Orange County, CA, Bravo moved to Hollywood in the late 80s to become a rock star. And while hes still very much still in the music game, Bravo is perhaps best known as the Yoda of No Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, with 20 schools, a book and DVD business, and a list of students that include superstars like Chuck Liddell, Frank Mir, Shinya Aoki, and Dan Hardy. Bravo also loves himself some kind bud, and doesnt care who knows it. In this six-part series, Bravo takes us into his world of strip-club DJ gigs, music producing, TV writing, Jiu-Jitsu competitions, and lots and lots of chronic. Produced and directed by Matthew Ross. Shot by Rick Lee, Marc Rizzo, and Randy Ward. Edited by Ashley Cahill and Ryan Jackson-Healy.