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Rogerio and Rodrigo Nogueira
on the North American Debut of ‘Minotoro’
By Joe Hall
Rogerio Nogueira, twin brother of Pride Heavyweight Champion Rodrigo Nogueira, fought on Saturday in HOOKnSHOOT. FCF caught up with the heralded grappler just hours before his second MMA bout.
Special thanks to Alex Davis for translating
FCF: What rank are you in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu?
FCF: How did you get started in Jiu-Jitsu?
FCF: Not all Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu stylists fight in MMA. Why did you decide to step into the ring?
FCF: Do you plan on making MMA a career?
FCF: Did you get along with your twin brother growing up?
FCF: Rodrigo is a good boxer. Is your boxing near his level?
FCF: How does your overall style compare to Rodrigo’s?
FCF: What is a normal day of training like, from waking in the morning to going to bed at night?
FCF: Does your Muay Thai training include sparring or just working the pads?
FCF: What do you know about your opponent, Jim Theobald?
FCF: Who have you been training with for this fight?
FCF: Would you rather fight from your back or on top?
FCF: How do you feel before a fight?
FCF: What should fans expect to see in your North American debut?
FCF: Who will be in your corner?
FCF: Where do you see yourself in a year?
FCF: Is there anyone in particular you want to fight?
FCF also had the opportunity to catch up with Pride Heavyweight Champion, Rodrigo "Minotauro" Nogueira. He offered his thoughts on his brother and also spoke on what’s next for himself.
FCF: Who is better looking, you or Rogerio?
FCF: What can fans expect from your brother?
FCF: Did you expect to be on top of the MMA world this quick?
FCF: Which bout do you consider your toughest fight?
FCF: You’ve recently said that you wanted to fight K-1 fighters. Why?
FCF: Are you saying that you’d be willing to fight a kickboxer under K-1 rules?
FCF: Is there a particular K-1 fighter that you want to fight?
FCF: Is there a chance that you’ll fight in the United States anytime soon?
FCF: How would you fight Randy Couture in a hypothetical UFC-Pride heavyweight championship unification bout?
FCF: What is next for you?
FCF: Who would you rather fight?
From the event’s promoter:
New Name, Same Great Action
The "CHAOS IN THE CAGE" is now known as the Reality Super Fighting (RSF). This alliance is going to make a lot of noise in the MMA community starting with our show on March 15th in Newark, Ohio.
In attendance at the RSF will be none other than Dan Bobish (current Super Heavy Weight KOTC Champ).
There will also be grappling and kickboxing divisions as well.
From the event’s promoter:
The Danger Zone
Upcoming Event Schedule
April 7 Fight Night III Broadripple Place Ft. Wayne, IN.
Sponsored by Amerisuites
Make sure you get your application in asap for this one. All amatuer card with one pro bout.
4 Man 200 lb. Title Tournament for belt. Chael Sonnen OR., Scott Shipman Hammer House, Joe Doerkson Team Extreme, and TBA. Dan Severn in the main event fight of the night.
Tyrone Roberts IA. vs. Brian Vanderwall OH
Possible 4 Man Tournament
(card is subject to change)
This card is being worked on right now. Make sure you contact us if you would like to fight on any of our Danger Zone fight cards.
Dan Severn-Becky Levi