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  1. Interviewer: Ladies and gentlemen, today we have the honor of sitting down with Antonio "Little Jaa" Mordin, a remarkable young fighter from Thailand, who has made his mark as a rookie in the world of mixed martial arts. Antonio, thank you for joining us. Antonio: Thank you very much. It's an honor for me to be here. Interviewer: Antonio, you have quite a unique background as a former stuntman in Thailand. How did your experience as a stuntman influence your decision to transition into MMA? Antonio: Being a stuntman allowed me to develop a deep understanding of combat and enhance my physical abilities. The acrobatics and fight choreography required in stunt work pushed me to constantly improve my skills. You'd be surprised at the breadth of talent you can find in stunt work, especially in the Asian market. But ultimately I hit a plateau and I felt that MMA would be the ultimate test to apply all that I had learned. Interviewer: That's impressive. Your expertise lies in both Escrima and Muay Thai. Can you tell us about your journey in these martial arts and how they have shaped your fighting style? Antonio: Escrima and Muay Thai are deeply rooted in the cultural heritage of Thailand. I started training in Escrima at a young age, learning the art of weapon-based combat and hand-to-hand techniques. Later, I became captivated by the art of Muay Thai, which emphasizes powerful strikes and devastating kicks. Combining the two disciplines allowed me to develop a unique and versatile fighting style, blending the fluidity of Escrima with the explosive strikes of Muay Thai. Interviewer: That sounds fascinating. You now train in Las Vegas, which is known as the fighting capital of the world. How has training in Las Vegas helped you in your MMA journey? Antonio: Training in Las Vegas has been a tremendous opportunity for me. The city offers world-class training facilities and access to elite coaches and fighters. I have been able to learn from the best in the business and improve every aspect of my game. The intensity and competitiveness of the training environment here have undoubtedly elevated my skills and prepared me for the challenges of professional MMA. Interviewer: Your idol is Tony Jaa, the renowned martial artist and actor. How has he influenced your fighting career? Antonio: Tony Jaa is an inspiration to me. His dedication to his craft, his incredible athleticism, and his ability to bring Thai martial arts to the world stage have motivated me to pursue my own dreams. Tony Jaa's movies showcased the beauty and effectiveness of Muay Thai, and I strive to follow in his footsteps, representing our martial arts heritage with pride and excellence. Interviewer: That's wonderful. Antonio, you are known for your extreme politeness and humility. How do you maintain such grace and respect in a sport known for its intensity and aggression? Antonio:In Thailand, respect and politeness are deeply ingrained in our culture. I carry these values with me wherever I go, including inside the cage. MMA is a sport that demands physical and mental toughness, but I believe that true strength is not just about overpowering opponents. It is about showing respect, sportsmanship, and gratitude to all those who have supported me on this journey. Interviewer: That is truly admirable, Antonio. As you continue your MMA career, what are your aspirations and goals? Antonio: My ultimate goal is to become a champion in MMA. I want to leave a legacy, not only as a skilled fighter but also as someone who inspired others to pursue their dreams. I aim to showcase the beauty of Thai martial arts on the global stage and represent my homeland with honor and dignity. Interviewer: We have no doubt that you will achieve great things, Antonio. Is there anything else you would like to share with our audience? Antonio: I would like to express my gratitude to my family, my trainers, and my fans who have supported me throughout my journey. I also want to encourage everyone to pursue their passions with dedication and respect. Remember, it's not just about winning fights; it's about being the best version of yourself inside and outside the cage. Interviewer: Thank you, Antonio, for sharing your inspiring story and insights with us. We wish you all the best in your upcoming fights and your pursuit of greatness. Antonio: Thank you very much. It was my pleasure.
  2. Interviewer: Hello, today we have the pleasure of speaking with Debu Kusogaki, a former sumo champion who has undergone an incredible transformation. Losing a significant amount of weight, he has become a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu expert and rookie MMA Welterweight fighter, competing under the name "Sumo." Originally from Ryogoku, Japan, Debu has a unique linguistic style, mixing broken English with his fluent Japanese. Thank you for joining us, Debu. Debu Kusogaki: こんにちは、ありがとう。よろしくお願いします (Hello, thank you. Nice to meet you). Interviewer: Let's start by discussing your journey from being a sumo champion to pursuing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and MMA. What motivated you to make such a drastic change in your fighting career? Debu Kusogaki: Sumo big, but wanted new challenge. Sumo loved sumo, but wanted to learn new fight style. So, Sumo lose weight and study BJJ and MMA. Sumo excited for new journey. Interviewer: Losing a considerable amount of weight is an impressive feat. Can you tell us about the challenges you faced during this process? Debu Kusogaki: Weight loss hard. Sumo changed diet, exercised a lot. It took time and effort. Sumo had to adjust body for new weight class. But Sumo never give up, always fight. Interviewer: Your transition from sumo to MMA is quite remarkable. How does your sumo background influence your approach to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and MMA? Debu Kusogaki: Sumo bring strength and power from sumo to BJJ and MMA. Sumo use leverage, technique, and heart. Sumo combine sumo throws with ground game. Sumo style unique. Interviewer: As someone who speaks really only speaks Japanese, how do language barriers affect your training and communication within the fighting community? Debu Kusogaki: Language sometimes challenge, but fighting universal language. Sumo learn English to communicate with coaches and training partners. Sumo always give best effort to understand and be understood. Interviewer: What are your goals and aspirations in your new MMA career? Debu Kusogaki: Sumo want to show world that Sumo can fight in BJJ and MMA. Sumo want to become champion. Sumo want to make fans proud and inspire others to follow dreams. Interviewer: Is there anything you'd like to say to your fans or those who may be inspired by your journey? Debu Kusogaki: To fans, thank you for support. Sumo fight for you. To those inspired, never give up on dreams. Work hard and believe in yourself. Ganbatte! Interviewer: Thank you, Debu, for sharing your inspiring story with us. We wish you the best of luck in your MMA career as "Sumo." Debu Kusogaki: ありがとう (Thank you). Ganbatte, everyone!
  3. Interviewer: Today, we have the unconventional pleasure of speaking with Richard Cheese, better known as Union Jake, a former British luchadore turned rookie MMA fighter. With his iconic luchadore mask and fearless demeanor, Union Jake is making waves in the octagon. Thank you for joining us, Richard. Richard Cheese: Yeah, whatever. Let's get on with it. Interviewer: Your transition from luchadore to MMA is quite unique. Can you tell us about your journey? Richard Cheese: Look, mate, the luchadore gig was fun for a while, but I got tired of all the flipping and flying around. I wanted something more real, more gritty. MMA seemed like the perfect outlet for my aggression. So, here I am, ready to kick some ass. Interviewer: Growing up in the backstreets of London and experiencing homelessness, how did that shape your path to becoming a fighter? Richard Cheese: Tough times make tough people, mate. I had to survive, and being a part of a gang was the only way to do it. We fought for everything we had. The streets taught me to be ruthless and resilient, and now I'm bringing that same mentality into the cage. No one's gonna mess with Union Jake. Interviewer: Your luchadore mask has become an iconic part of your persona. Can you tell us about its significance? Richard Cheese: It's a symbol of my identity, mate. The mask represents the fighter within, the one who's been through hell and back. It's a reminder of my roots and the struggles I've overcome. Plus, it looks badass, doesn't it? Gives me an edge in the cage. Interviewer: Some might describe your personality as rude or brash. Is that an intentional part of your persona? Richard Cheese: Look, I don't have time for pleasantries or sugarcoating things. I speak my mind, and if that comes across as rude, so be it. In the cage, there's no room for niceties. I'm here to fight, and I'll do whatever it takes to win. Interviewer: What are your goals and aspirations in MMA? Richard Cheese: Simple, really. I want to dominate the featherweight division and become a champion. I'll smash through anyone they put in front of me. I want my opponents to fear the name Union Jake, and I want the world to recognize that I'm the real deal. Interviewer: Is there anything you'd like to say to your fans or critics? Richard Cheese: To my fans, thanks for backing me up. I won't let you down. And to the critics, keep doubting me. It fuels my fire. I'll prove you all wrong, one brutal knockout at a time. Interviewer: Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Richard. We'll be watching as Union Jake continues to make his mark in the MMA world. Richard Cheese: Yeah, you better be watching. Union Jake is coming for everyone.
  4. Interviewer: Today, we have the honor of speaking with the multi-talented Hideyoshi Gutierrez, known as El Increíble Samurái or the Mexican Samurai. With his background in Mariachi, Kendo, and now MMA, Hideyoshi is making waves in the combat sports world. Thank you for joining us, Hideyoshi. Hideyoshi Gutierrez: Thank you for having me. I'm excited to share my story with you. Interviewer: Let's dive into your fascinating background. How did you develop an interest in Mariachi, Kendo, and now MMA? Hideyoshi Gutierrez: Growing up in Mexico City, I was exposed to the rich cultural heritage of both Mexico and Japan. Mariachi music has always been a part of my life, with its vibrant melodies and heartfelt lyrics. As I explored my Japanese roots, I discovered the art of Kendo, which captivated me with its grace and philosophy. More recently, I felt a strong calling to challenge myself in the world of MMA, drawn to its intensity and the opportunity to test my skills in a different arena. You'd be surprised at how similar holding a sword or a trumpet can be to fighting. Interviewer: That's impressive. How did you decide to pursue MMA as a rookie fighter? Hideyoshi Gutierrez: MMA appealed to me as a new form of expression and a chance to combine my existing disciplines with the physicality of combat sports. While I am still a rookie, I believe that through dedication, hard work, and guidance from my trainers, I can become a formidable fighter in the MMA world. It's a thrilling journey, and I'm eager to learn and grow. Interviewer: What has been your experience transitioning into MMA training? Hideyoshi Gutierrez: The transition has been both challenging and exhilarating. MMA demands a unique skill set that combines striking, grappling, and wrestling. Fortunately, my background in Kendo has provided me with discipline, focus, and the ability to adapt quickly. While I am still adjusting to certain aspects of MMA, I am fully committed to pushing myself to the limit and continuously improving my skills. Interviewer: Your magnificent mustache has become quite iconic. Does it hold any special meaning for you? Hideyoshi Gutierrez: Ah, the mustache! It represents a fusion of both my Mexican and Japanese heritage. In Mexico, mustaches are often seen as a symbol of masculinity and tradition. In Japan, they are associated with samurai warriors, who embodied honor, discipline, and skill. Wearing a mustache is a way for me to pay homage to both cultures and carry their legacies with pride. Interviewer: You currently train and fight out of Las Vegas. How has this experience been for you? Hideyoshi Gutierrez: Las Vegas is known as the fighting capital of the world, so it was a natural choice for me to train and compete here. The city offers access to world-class training facilities, renowned coaches, and a vibrant fight community. It has been an incredible experience being surrounded by like-minded individuals who push me to be the best version of myself. Interviewer: What are your goals and aspirations in MMA? Hideyoshi Gutierrez: My primary goal is to continuously improve my skills and make a name for myself in the MMA world. As a rookie fighter, I understand that the journey is challenging, but I am committed to giving my all and learning from every experience. Ultimately, I aspire to become a well-rounded MMA athlete and inspire others, especially those who share diverse cultural backgrounds, to pursue their dreams fearlessly. Interviewer: Thank you, Hideyoshi, for sharing your remarkable story with us. We wish you the best of luck on your MMA journey as El Increíble Samurái. Hideyoshi Gutierrez: Thank you for having me. It's an honor to represent both Mexico and Japan in the world of MMA. I hope to make my supporters proud. Arigato gozaimasu!
  5. AKO IS HERE! New org called AKO Amateur kickboxing Org for rookies. The way it will go: You will use a new fighter or one that already is made and drop there link down here to be signed. If you do good in the org you will become AKO VERIFIED Meaning that you will get bigger money offers from Kickboxing orgs if they are keeping a close eye on signing you please send any test fighters including kickboxers to mauy thai to just regular boxing. perks of joining: Bigger KT contracts, More Popularity, Bigger orgs you can join SMALLER CONTRACTS MIGHT BE OFFERED TO CERTAIN PEOPLE Rules of joining: Must have under 3 matches 0-0 records are welcome too
  6. The new org will feature a supply of rookie kickboxers for a test to see if they got what it takes to take on bigger fighters. How it will happen: After you get the belt that means you are AKO verified and proven to be a force. As of right now I am going to plan with 8 Limbs and Eternity kickboxing also including Victory. when a fighter is done with the AKO approval to be a great Kickboxer they will be transferred into a bigger org Perks: You will go down as a great fighter. You will get a bigger pay check from being AKO Tested and approved. Special offers given to your fighter. Small award of 5k
  8. The new org will feature a supply of rookie kickboxers for a test to see if they got what it takes to take on bigger fighters. How it will happen: After you get the belt that means you are AKO verified and proven to be a force. As of right now I am going to plan with 8 Limbs and Eternity kickboxing also including Victory. when a fighter is done with the AKO approval to be a great Kickboxer they will be transferred into a bigger org Perks: You will go down as a great fighter. You will get a bigger pay check from being AKO Tested and approved. Special offers given to your fighter. Small award of 5k
  9. This is the perfect place to discuss free agents, newly created Fighters, win streaks, dominant performances and anything else related to newbies climbing the ranks !
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