HomeFighter Talk Joe Warren Warm-Up Backstage Before The Pat Curran Fight Video Bruno March 13, 2012 Fighter Talk 12 Comments Joe Warren Warm-Up Backstage Before The Pat Curran Fight Video. Tweet Pin It TUF 15 Debut, Bellator 60 Recap By Loretta Hunt And Jason Probst Phil Baroni Ford Commercial 12 Comments FailSonnen March 13, 2012 A lot of good that did him…. -_- Log in to Reply why March 13, 2012 Good warm up. the concept is you don’t want to go from 0 to 100% all in one shot. u will fatigue quickly. work up to it. skill is another story. Log in to Reply Savage March 13, 2012 if you have to tell yourself youre the baddest mother****er on the planet, you dont have the confidence to step in the cage. Log in to Reply bob hopeless March 13, 2012 i really enjoy these “behind the scenes” type of videos. thanks for posting it, Bruno. i never would have run across it on my own. Bruno: no problem. Log in to Reply rza808 March 13, 2012 A lot of fighters need that false bravado mindset to fight. Most of them dont have faith in their talent… Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick March 13, 2012 2 words.Napoleon Complex. Log in to Reply T'Challa March 13, 2012 Mini Chael Sonnen got what was coming to him… Log in to Reply SEAN_VANCE March 13, 2012 He got the baddest M*********** beating on the planet! He was partly correct…. man I would to see that ass beating again, and again, and again…and again. Please don’t retire! Log in to Reply turboobsessed March 13, 2012 What does he say at the end? From what it seems, he is made about the warmup possibly messing up the fight for him? Log in to Reply O March 13, 2012 You all are a bunch bitches honestly either you have never competed a day in your life and realize that hyping yourself up to a point of which you believe you can achieve anything is a part of some athletes routines. Secondly could it not just have been that Curran was a far better athlete on that night? To me it seems that Warren was been thrown into deep waters because of his experience in wrestling but is still a developing product who managed to accomplish a lot with a very limited tool set. He managed to beat Kid at a time in which we all thought Kid was still relevant and Yamamoto has shown in his last few outings that his abilities have seen better days. Just wish Warren would have started competing in MMA 10 years ago. Log in to Reply MMAGiantSilva March 14, 2012 Shit Joe is still the man. Maybe was never the baddest man on the planet but who thought he was. I will say very few people truly believed Curran would beat him though. Log in to Reply tally2312 March 14, 2012 LOL…..reminds me of Stifler getting ready for a fight Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.