HomeFighter Talk How To Become A Fighter – A Nugget On Knowledge From Rashad Evans Bruno December 1, 2012 Fighter Talk 6 Comments UFC’s Rashad Evans sits down for ‘From All Angles’ with Karyn Bryant to talk about the fight life. What does one need to become a real-deal MMA fighter? Tweet Pin It TUF Season 16 Episode 11 Show Video – The Ultimate Fighter: Carwin vs. Nelson The MMA Beat Panel Talk Silva vs GSP, Nick Diaz Return, Penn vs. MacDonald 6 Comments silverfox December 1, 2012 i always say learning is a by-product of passion. if you love something, you’ll not only live a happy life, but you’ll learn a lot along the way, and be excited to get out of bed each day. this is why the american education system sucks Log in to Reply Powertele December 1, 2012 @silverfox-USA lacks passion because everything is at our fingertips. Spoiled. . .I teach at a high school and I have done it for quite some time so I know. People need to struggle a little and not have everything given to them. My best students have families that make them earn everything. That is probably why the Brazilian fighters are so good. They have a hard life down there. As the USA puts businesses there and their standard of living improves, we will see how they do. Even in the dominate Asian cultures, their second and third generations in the USA begin to act like your average USA person. Spoiled, lazy, and expect the world to be laid at their feet. Log in to Reply mma101 December 1, 2012 Silverfox: The American culture sucks. Young Americans want to sit at home and play video games while parents bend over backwards to protect their sensitive little feelings. How is education going to counter that? Let’s stop blaming eductation for the fact that PARENTS are raising some soft, sensitive,freeloaders. Log in to Reply PitfighterZ December 2, 2012 @Powertele: I agree with your point, but don’t think things in Brazil are any better. Some good fighters from Brazil may have struggled to get where they are, but there are a lot of rich kids down there with the same issues we have in the US. The stereotype that all Brazilian fighters come from poor families and have to struggle to become fighters is not real. Many of them come from very wealthy families and are as spoiled as the American kids of today. Log in to Reply zmayo December 2, 2012 ARE YOU GUYS SERIOUS???? What, nobody struggles in the US? How does Rashad Evans talking about a true thing like loving the sport you want to do- to people sh*tting on the US and how everyone is spoiled. I dont know why your saying this, Or where you are in the world? But the overwhelming majority of Americans are pretty poor, with not an easy life… Log in to Reply ETK December 2, 2012 I disagree with Rashad about “loving fighting”. Many of the best do not “love to fight”. I say motivation and whatever is needed to achieve. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.