Going out to an MMA event after training like a warrior is nothing new these days. With the growth of UFC and Mixed Martial Arts types everywhere, everyone and their Mom want to be a fighter. I mean, who wouldn’t want to be the badass dude with fighting skills that make people chant and scream out your name. It’s been a great era in full-contact combat sports, with the adversity of MMA, gyms, Dojo’s and training centers specifically for
Professional Full Contact Sports are popping up like Starbucks.
But does that mean you will make it to the top? That’s the question every fighter has in their mind before they sleep, train, and fight. Although you can work your ass off, training, taking the best supplements money can buy and even condition yourself to the best of your knowledge. But in the end without a game plan or map you can head in the mat against your opponent and lose in an instant without knowing what happened.
Jose Rivas aka “Monster” is no stranger to building a strategy. Stunned with an injury for some time he quickly got back on his feet and started to train again and has his sight set on a Championship. Working very closely with the Best at “The Vault MMA and Fitness Monrovia, he’s an active Muay Thai Fighter and currently holds a Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. With a current record of 1-1 he’s been on the move getting ready for his next fight. As with any art or form it takes time to build the ultimate, and Monster is making way to build up what his name is all about. – Rommel Estrada #monster1nk #motolyric #dontletoff