HomeInstructional History of MMA 2012 – Official Extended Trailer Bruno January 25, 2012 Instructional 18 Comments Bobby Razak is working on a feature film about the history of MMA. The film will feature UFC champs Bas Rutten, Frank Shamrock, and Mark Coleman as well as referee John McCarthy. Tweet Pin It Chael Sonnen New Middleweight Champ – Has Fake UFC Belt To Prove It Rashad Evans Gets Ready For Phil Davis At UFC on FOX 2 Chicago 18 Comments Beast w/ 8 Limbs January 25, 2012 The first vid was interesting. Log in to Reply drunkentigah January 25, 2012 Fred Eddish 1-1. Nice. Log in to Reply Kill em All January 26, 2012 Great work, can’t wait to se it Log in to Reply jake January 26, 2012 Yea the first vid was really interesting. 2nd kinda boring, 3rd one was just a crazy story. I felt really bad for the guy but its amazing he was able to make a comeback at age 53! Bruno: The guy he fought has a record of 0-9 in MMA. Log in to Reply straightAhead January 26, 2012 Looks very good… especially those obscure stories about the early pioneers Log in to Reply bigd88 January 26, 2012 Looks awesome! Log in to Reply luis el monstruo January 26, 2012 looks good. I guess those are going to be extra or bonus footage video features because this can´t get that emotional. It´s almost a downer. Great to see Fred Ettish keeping it up and real. Log in to Reply IKnives January 26, 2012 First video was cool. I like the HD quality. The last two just bummed me out. It’s cool and all to empathize with what people go through but I religiously try to avoid people who look like they have baggage. Log in to Reply Marc January 26, 2012 Much respect to Fred and congrats on his ‘W’ in his second mma fight but most importantly the emotional victory! I remember that fight and laughing at Fred…at the time I was 15 and never knew what it took to step into a cage much less deal with defeat…I do now! I respect any person who steps into a cage\ring\mat… Congrats Fred! Log in to Reply Rick January 26, 2012 2nd video , he said a lot of guys committed suicide and said Evan Tanner. Hello? That was a stupid rumor. Never any proof of that and only proof of Evan wanting to explore and see life. Lame of him to drop Evans name in his sorrow lecture. Log in to Reply Rick January 26, 2012 I love how he said he was a “World Champion” because at one moment he was King of the cage champ. Sorry bro, thats a D list league that doesnt even get on TV and rejects from the TUF show dont even go fight there. World Champ, thats ****ing funny. Log in to Reply Freaklegion January 26, 2012 Looks good. Log in to Reply glenn January 26, 2012 interesting stuff Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick January 26, 2012 I’m happy Ettish and all those phonies got beat up.Those North american traditional martial artists black belts always made me laugh.They train once a week and never spar and barely learn how to fight.They only do kata and that kind of bullshit.then they get in a real martial arts fight and you see how ridiculous it is that some north american guys call theirselves blackbelts without ever training full contact or even sparring lightly. And the guy he fought is a joke. Log in to Reply waiting4titotoberelevantagain January 26, 2012 @Jack “the 2nd one kinda boring” you a real dick for saying that. guy pours his heart about the pressures and the reality of the sport and you say its boring. GET A CLUE. Log in to Reply waiting4titotoberelevantagain January 26, 2012 sorry @Jake Log in to Reply nothating January 26, 2012 eliers didn’t commit suicide he was shot and nether did Tanner he died of a heat stroke cause he broke down in the dessert However justin levans commited suicide and a murder Log in to Reply Bozaker January 26, 2012 I look forward to watching the documentary. I found the 3rd video to be most interesting. Bruno: I have been visiting your site for over a year. Thank you for all your hard work. Bruno: No problem. Great to have you with us. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.