MMA Coach of the Year Rafael Cordeiro Launches MMA Tutorial Project

Want to learn killer techniques from Rafael Cordeiro, the same master who’s mentored superstars Anderson Silva, Shogun Rua, and Wanderlei Silva to MMA superstardom? Now you’ll get a shot at the opportunity.

In what appears to be a first among the UFC’s elite, Cordeiro has launched today (May 1) an online campaign on Kickstarter.com for his autobiography and MMA tutorial. Rather than sign the usual book deal with a traditional publishing house, Cordeiro has taken matters into his own hands — or rather pass them into the hands of his fans.

Should fans pledge at least $30,000, he will produce both softcover and hardcover versions of his book, which will reveal his championship-winning strategies and techniques, as well as his amazing rags-to-riches life story. And, depending on their individual contributions, fans could also receive autographed swag like posters and T-shirts, exclusive video interviews with Cordeiro and his students, and even a private training session with the master and his top UFC pupils.

His book — tentatively called The Kings MMA Way — promises to divulge tactics for beating strikers, grapplers, and wrestlers. There will be plenty of photos, as well as tips on how to develop a fighter’s mindset, maintain proper nutrition and exercise, and balance your life while trying to enter the MMA business.

A former Muay Thai champion and BJJ black belt with the world-famous Chute Boxe, Cordeiro founded Kings MMA in Huntington Beach, California, where he’s taught everyone from former Strikeforce champion Gina Carano and TUF’s Jamie Yager to top contenders Jake Ellenberger and Mark Munoz. It’s no surprise then that he was named the Shawn Tompkins Coach of the Year at the World MMA Awards ceremony held in January.

If you’re interested in helping make online MMA history, support the project at MMA Tutorial Project.

Fisher Trained With Freddie Roach Before He Fought Stout

Fisher Trained With Freddie Roach Before He Fought StoutOn the opening of UFC on FX 4, Spencer Fisher appeared with utmost fighting advantage during the press conference. These events are gaining support especially from photographers who want to see some action just before the actual fight event. For better actions, Fisher showed some foot work, combinations, and excitement for the next fight. After the workout and training, he attended to media questions on his upcoming MMA fight versus Sam Stout. This is the third of the fights they both have and another main event for UFC.

Just last year, their two UFC fights were nominated for the year’s best fight. Fisher is very excited about his fight with Stout and is looking forward for a knockout. He admits that both of them are kind of getting off their places. “I think the last time we fought, we were coming off losses,” says Fisher.

Seeing other trilogies in MMA, there are only few who could compare with the thrill that both these fighters have offered so far for their fans. They are both able to fight in any skill or style. Nonetheless, they are at their best when fighting on ground. The first two fights was 1-1 that made the crowd roar higher for another fight. Hence, this third will mark their current careers in MMA.

Pat Miletich was the longtime trainer of Fisher. Nonetheless, he is no longer with MFS fight team and works with Freddie Roach in Southern California. Fisher shares that this was a dream come true for his career. He loves the feeling and excitement while training with Manny Pacquiao’s trainer.

The results of the fight just last June 23 were not in favor with Fisher. However, he still manages to gain confidence in all his endeavors. Fans were still cheering all their luck on Fisher even though the judges favored Stout.

Fisher Trained With Freddie Roach Before He Fought Stout

Fisher Trained With Freddie Roach Before He Fought StoutOn the opening of UFC on FX 4, Spencer Fisher appeared with utmost fighting advantage during the press conference. These events are gaining support especially from photographers who want to see some action just before the actual fight event. For better actions, Fisher showed some foot work, combinations, and excitement for the next fight. After the workout and training, he attended to media questions on his upcoming MMA fight versus Sam Stout. This is the third of the fights they both have and another main event for UFC.

Just last year, their two UFC fights were nominated for the year’s best fight. Fisher is very excited about his fight with Stout and is looking forward for a knockout. He admits that both of them are kind of getting off their places. “I think the last time we fought, we were coming off losses,” says Fisher.

Seeing other trilogies in MMA, there are only few who could compare with the thrill that both these fighters have offered so far for their fans. They are both able to fight in any skill or style. Nonetheless, they are at their best when fighting on ground. The first two fights was 1-1 that made the crowd roar higher for another fight. Hence, this third will mark their current careers in MMA.

Pat Miletich was the longtime trainer of Fisher. Nonetheless, he is no longer with MFS fight team and works with Freddie Roach in Southern California. Fisher shares that this was a dream come true for his career. He loves the feeling and excitement while training with Manny Pacquiao’s trainer.

The results of the fight just last June 23 were not in favor with Fisher. However, he still manages to gain confidence in all his endeavors. Fans were still cheering all their luck on Fisher even though the judges favored Stout.