Tyron Woodley The Champ Life – Ep.1 – 12/20/16

The Champ Life Ep. 1

Tyron Woodley The Champ Life – Ep.1 – 12/20/16

Ultimate Fighting Champion Tyron Woodley takes his fans with him as he spends time with his family and community. Tyron stops by a homeless shelter to help out with the less fortunate. He talks McGregor and works on FOX. Check out what the champ does in between fighting camps.

About Tyron:

Tyron excelled at the University of Missouri where he was awarded first Big 12 Champion in Mizzou’s history, and was named a two-time wrestling All American.

Following his amazing wrestling career, Tyron dove right into the world of mixed martial arts. His MMA career began with an impressive 7-0 record, with all bouts ending by KO or submission.

In 2009 Tyron made his debut with Strikeforce in front of a hometown crowd, with a win by submission in the first round. Following the victory, he signed a multi fight deal with Strikeforce where he has rattled off 7 consecutive wins.

After defeating Paul Daley he moved up to Strikeforce’s number one contender for the Welterweight title.

Despite his first career loss in a world championship fight against Nate Marquardt, Tyron put out a strong performance and soon made his way into the UFC.

In his UFC debut, Tyron executed an impressive 36-second KO of Jay Heiron – and put the welterweight division on notice.

He is now the UFC Welterweight Champion and one of the biggest names in the sport.

Michael Bisping – My Destiny

Michael Bisping – My Destiny Documentary

From his early days growing up in Manchester, to his first professional fight, to his ten year battle to become UFC world champion, we speak to all the key figures in his life who who have influenced him over the years – his family and friends, coaches trainers and fighters all of whom have contributed to the moulding of the career of the UK’s first UFC Champion.

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CYBORG: Cris Cyborg Controversial Biographical Documentary 2016

What would make a woman step into the cage to fight?

This educational documentary gives rare access to one of the biggest superstars in Mixed Martial Arts. Regarded as the #1 Pound for pound female fighter in WMMA by ESPN, Cris Cyborg has remained undefeated in MMA for over a decade winning the Invicta FC and Strikeforce 145lbs featherweight world titles.

This video interviews important figures in her life including family, friends, training partners, and coaches.

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Credit revision: Filmed in Brazil by Carolina Ceccatto and Gabriel Miranda

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Backyard Fight Club: Guns to Gloves | The New York Times

After his friend was shot on Christmas Eve in 2013, Chris Wilmore — known as Scarface — began recruiting for his backyard fight club, as a way to encourage people to settle disputes with gloves, not guns.


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Greg Jackson | His Regiment in Training MMA Fighters | Sports Documentary Films

Greg Jackson | His Regiment in Training MMA Fighters | Sports Documentary Films

Greg Jackson (born 1974) is an American mixed martial arts (MMA) trainer who co-owns Jackson-Winkeljohn MMA Academy in Albuquerque, New Mexico,[1][2] widely considered the top MMA training camp in the world.[3][4][5][6] Jackson has trained many successful fighters, including current UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Holly Holm, former UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre, former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Rashad Evans, and former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones. Jackson was born in Washington D.C. to Kris and Jim Jackson, who were Quakers originally from the Midwest. Jackson and his family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico when he was three years old. Jackson came from a family of wrestlers (his father, brother, and uncle were all champions in the sport) and he also grew up in a rough neighborhood. Because he needed to learn how to defend himself, Jackson began learning martial arts.


Mayweather/Pacquiao: At Last

An inside look at the six-year journey to the most anticipated fight of the modern era, Mayweather vs. Pacquiao.

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John Wayne Parr: Blessed with Venom

Very happy to share my documentary Blessed with Venom which was released 2011.
We travel to Thailand to visit my old camp Loomingkwan in Nonthaburi. We were allowed special permission to enter Lumpinee stadium before it was open to relive some memories of fighting there. I am also lucky to interview Yodsanklai about our fights together, Lamsongkan, Saenchai, and Songchai.

Lot’s of old fight footage from Thailand, Contender, and Australia.
When the documentary was released in Australia it screened in selected cinemas across Australia for two weeks. Now I am happy to share it with the world on youtube for free.

Rocky Marciano Undefeated – Boxing Documentary

Rocky Marciano was born Rocco Francis Marchegiano, on September 1, 1923, in Brockton, Massachusetts. During his career, Marciano held the heavyweight boxing title for four years in the 1950s, and he is the only boxing champion to ever retire undefeated.

His father, Pierino, worked at a shoe factory. His mother’s name was Pasqualena, and Rocky would spend much of his life making sure she didn’t have to live in the poverty that Rocky knew growing up. Marciano was a typical American kid, playing baseball and football and dreaming of a professional career in one of those sports. He didn’t take up boxing until after 1943, when he was drafted into the Army. He took up the sport mainly as a way to avoid KP (assisting the cooks) and other less desirable activities, but he showed a natural ability and fought as an amateur following his discharge in 1946.

In 1947, Marciano had a tryout with the Chicago Cubs as a catcher, but was let go because he couldn’t make the throw from home plate to second base with accuracy. It was the end of his baseball dreams, and the following year he turned professional in the ring. By the spring of 1949, his boxing skills had garnered some attention, as he knocked out his first 16 opponents. The quality of his opponents improved over the latter half of 1949 and 1950, but Marciano continued to beat challengers, knocking out most of them.

There were those who didn/’t think much would become of the 190-pound heavyweight from Brockton in the early days. Goody Petronelli, noted fight trainer, caught one of his early fights and recalled for Sports Illustrated, “I never thought he’d make it. He was too old, almost 25. He was too short, he was too light. He had no reach. Rough and tough, but no finesse.” The hometown folks became believers, though, traveling in groups to Marciano’s fights in nearby Providence, Rhode Island, and yelling “Timmmmberrr” when Rocky had an opponent ready to go down.

Trainer Charley Goldman taught Marciano his trademark technique, which would serve him well as champion. On October 26, 1951, with 37 wins and 32 knockouts under his belt, Marciano faced his most formidable opponent in former heavyweight champion Joe Louis. Louis was past his prime and when Marciano knocked him out in the eighth round, he had such mixed feelings at beating his hero that he cried in Louis’ dressing room after the fight. Sentiment aside, however, the fight established Marciano as one of the marquee fighters in the heavyweight division, and assured him of a title shot before too long. (source : http://www.rockymarciano.net/)

Mixed Martial Arts in Pakistan – Fightland

Pakistan MMA got its start in an apartment above a real estate office. Fightland travels to Lahore to meet Bashir Ahmad, professional fighter and founder of the country’s first-ever mixed martial arts team, PAK MMA.

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MMA in the Middle East – Fightland

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We went to Jordan’s capital city of Amman where Palestinian refugee and Brazilian jiu-jitsu master Samy Al-Jamal teaches Jordanians and Muslim seekers from around the world the secrets of mixed martial arts. Then we met Rana Qubbaj, the first female Arab woman to win an International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation tournament. With a smile perpetually on her face, Qubbaj works to overcome both her opponents and any number of familial, social, and cultural issues raised by a woman doing combat sports in the Middle East.

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HYBRID – A Pancrase Documentary (English subtitles) パンクラス自主制作ドキュメンタリー映画公開

Pancrase own autographed documentary movie
MMA documentary HYBRID Published on June 1, 2013

The stage of the story is ‘Pancrase 246’ which was held at Different Ariake on March 17, 2013 (Sunday). A player who won the victory, a player who got lost in disgracefully … After chasing each “light and shadow”, with the highlight image of the game, what kind of thought challenged this fight, the player who participated in the game I will spell it afterwards.
The director is a documentary film “Pu ~ Piru” who chased after 8 years the impressive trajectory of the NHK documentary “Yutaka Takeichiuchi wanting to naked”, sexuality disorder, broken heart and castration surgery to the performance at the Yokohama Triennale Director Daisuke Matsunaga. Music is in charge of “MY FIRST STORY”.
ISAO, Northern Earth, Nitta Nitta, Atsushi Yamamoto, Takumi Konishi, Takumi

Pancrase Independent Production Movie ‘MMA Documentary HYBRID’ To the World
It was selected as the first official invitation work in the fighting sports industry for “Asia’s largest film festival” Busan International Film Festival “!

Pancrase independent documentary film “MMA documentary HYBRID” was selected as the official invitation to the Wide Angle division of “18th Pusan ​​International Film Festival”, the largest film festival in Asia, to be held in October. It is the first in the Japanese fighting industry. Also the screening at ‘Busan International Film Festival’ has fulfilled the international premiere at ‘MMA Documentary HYBRID’.

The 18 th Pusan ​​International Film Festival
Pancrase representative and producer Mr. Masakazu Sakai comments
“I am honored to be selected as an official invitation film for the Busan International Film Festival and I would like to promote fashion fighters’ lives around the world from this festival.”

Director Daimei Matsunaga commented
About being an invitation work for Busan International Film Festival,
“We are very pleased to be selected as the official invitation film for Busan International Film Festival, Asia’s largest film festival, and I am very excited about how overseas audiences feel this work.”
MMA ドキュメンタリー HYBRID 2013年6月1日公開

物語の舞台は2013年3月17日(日)にディファ有明で行われたパンクラス 246。勝利を手にした選手、惜しくも敗れてしまった選手・・・それぞれの 光と影 を追いかけ、試合のハイライト映像を交えながら、どのような思いでこの戦いに挑んだのか、参戦した選手達のその後を綴っていきます。
監督は、NHK ドキュメンタリー 裸にしたい男 竹野内豊 や、性同一性障害、失恋、去勢 手術を経て横浜トリエンナーレでのパフォーマンスに至るまでの感動の軌跡を8年追いか けたドキュメンタリー映画 ピュ〜ぴる の松永大司監督。音楽はMY FIRST STORYが担当 。

パンクラス自主制作映画 MMA ドキュメンタリー HYBRID が世界へ
アジア最大規模の映画祭 釜山国際映画祭 に格闘技業界では初となる正式招待作品に選ばれました!

パンクラスの自主制作ドキュメンタリー映画 MMA ドキュメンタリー HYBRID が10月に開催される、アジア最大規模の映画祭第18回 釜山国際映画祭のWide Angle部門の正式招待作品に選ばれました。日本格闘技業界では初。また釜山国際映画祭での上映が MMA ドキュメンタリー HYBRIDにおいてのインターナショナルプレミアをはたしました。






The Outlaw: Dan Hardy Documentary (Official Director’s Cut)


Directed | Shot | Edited by Ian McFarland ([email protected]_McFarland )
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Professional MMA fighter Dan Hardy is ‘the Outlaw’. He lives the life of a fighter and stands apart inside and outside the ring. He gets paid to beat people up and he loves every minute of it but Hardy finds himself at a crossroads as things build to the next fight. Hardy will make anyone regret ever challenging him…but what happens next? Dan “The Outlaw” Hardy has lost his last four fights. On Saturday May 26th, 2012 he will fight for his career.

The views expressed in this film do not necessarily reflect those of Zuffa LLC, The UFC or UFC partners.

Directed | Shot | Edited by Ian McFarland
Produced by: McFarland & Pecci
Original Music Score | Ed Grenga Additional Music | Jeff Lockhart Assistant
Colorist — Tony Fernandez
Audio Mixing & Mastering — Nathan Bice & Bice Grip Recordings
Associate Producer – Elizabeth Holloway
Camera support supplied by Zacuto

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The brand McFarland and Pecci is owned by Ian McFarland and Michael Pecci, respected filmmakers in Boston. Together they co-direct commercials, music videos, corporate videos and short-form documentaries.