Kendall Cross Wrestling Dvd!available In The Fcf Shop
Kendall Cross Wrestling DVD!
Available in the FCF Shop
Kendall Cross Exposed: Don’t Call it Funk
Every MMA fighter needs this dvd-Improve your leg trip [a must know for any fighter, but yet lacking in MMA]. Setups and must important drills! A must have in any fighters collection!
Kendall Cross Bio:
After taking 6th in his first Olympics for three consecutive years prior to the 1996 Games, Kendall tried and failed to maintain his #1 ranking on the U.S. team. His opponent and long-time nemesis defeated him and went on to win two world titles. With the 1996 Games fast approaching, Kendall changed his style and adopted a new strategy developed around his opponent’s weaknesses. In the Olympic Team trials, Kendall wrestled his nemesis in a best-two-of-three series, losing the first bout but rebounding to win the second and third matches by the slightest of margins: 7-6 and 8-7. Kendall then cruised to Olympic Gold, defeating four opponents by a combined score of 32-7.
After winning the gold in Atlanta, Kendall capped his impressive wrestling career by capturing the 1997 World Cup Championships with a dramatic come-from-behind victory against Russia’s Murat Umakhanov. That same year, Kendall received USA Wrestling’s Man of the Year Award.
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Fanning the Flames as the HEAT is Coming:
Time for the "all new Carlos Barreto" to show his magic again!
Use to fighting in the biggest MMA shows on earth such as PRIDE and the UFC, Carlos Barreto has a long story in the sport, being competing as a professional since 1996. A Jiu-Jitsu black belt under Carlson Gracie, and fighting out of the Brazilian Top Team, Barreto has wins over names such as Kevin Randleman, Mikhail Illoukhine, Dan Bobish and Tra Telligman, he was often criticized for being a boring fighter, mostly relying on his ground skills only. As times changed in MMA Carlos found out what he needed to change and started dedicating himself to Muay Thai with an intensity rarely seeing on a pure Jiu-Jitsu fighter, even venturing himself on K-1 Brazil early in 2003. In his attempt to prove his new fighting style the tall Brazilian fighter engaged in a true war against American Ben Rothwell, who fought Tim Sylvia to a decision, at HEAT FC 1, where both fighters traded strikes viciously and he ended up scoring his first knockout ever with a nice high-roundhouse kick in dramatic fashion. Now, with high goals set for 2004 another challenge presents itself in front of Carlao [as he is known in Brazil] facing UFC veteran Travis Wiuff at HEAT FC 2 next December 18th. Feeling more than ready, Barreto shared his views on his fight at HEAT FC 1 and his upcoming task at HEAT FC 2, as Full Contact Fighter is burning high and spreading the fire as HEAT FC 2 is coming up this Thursday!
FCF: You punished Rothwell a lot during that fight, even scoring a knockdown before the final knockout. However, there was a moment where Ben took you down and you seemed to have ran out of gas. What went trough your mind at that specific moment in the fight?
FCF: Speaking of Muay Thai, you have been training it a lot for quite a while already, and some people were resisting in believing in your new found Muay Thai skills. What was the importance for you of winning the fight against Rothwell by such a beautiful knockout instead of a submission?
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