MMA Fighter Challenges People to Punch Him in the Face, Everyone Fails

Check Out The Preview for Jorge Rivera’s Incredible Looking Documentary


(Video courtesy YouTube/RangerUpVideo)

After nearly eight years of drought in decent MMA documentaries since The Smashing Machine was released in 2002, 2010 has seen several new features that have been nothing short of incredible, most notably Jens Pulver‘s Driven film and Alistair Overeem‘s The Reem web documentary series.

Our friends at Ranger Up and filmmaker Tim O’Donnell will likely be added to the growing list of awesome documentaries released this year when they put out Jorge Rivera: Surrender some time later this year.

Regardless if you’re a Rivera fan or not (but you should be because the guy always goes out to perform) Surrender should speak to you on many levels whether its as an MMA fan, as a parent, as a fighter or as a human being.


We interviewed Jorge last week ahead of his fight with Alessio Sakara Saturday at UFC 122 in Germany for this week’s episode of The Bum Rush Radio Show and as always, he was humble, candid and gracious to do the interview, which is another reason we’re fans of "El Conquistador."

If you recall, O’Donnell also made the Tim Kennedy Ranger Up short below:
 

(Video courtesy YouTube/RangerUpVideo)

Support Ranger Up and O’Donnell’s projects so they can keep putting out fantastic films like these.

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Hank Mardukis- November 10, 2010 at 7:25 pm
Ill def be checking this out, Jorge is entertaining as fuck, and the dude has through some shit, its amazing he even still fights.
Sudos KFC- November 10, 2010 at 4:55 pm
@Motropolis

you beat me too it! That was a silly thing to say on the writers part. Because "dragging" or not it still qualifies as "decent" at the VERY least. AND TBH I think its better than "Smashing Machine" but maybe thats just because I respect Renzo as a fighter, not just a nice yet confused guy.

I have no respect for "men" who chose pussy, esp deranged, drug filled pussy over their bros, their dreams and their jobs. and he did all three while relying on injectable courage and mopping up cans before the sport got for realz. For really realz.
HipHopHieronymus- November 10, 2010 at 10:52 am
Seems like a great guy, he was nice enough to fly his ass all the way to Iraq to see us in '09
Viva Hate- November 10, 2010 at 10:34 am
This looks like a great video, plus i have to support Rivera, he is a local guy who I have had the chance to meet and he is really cool and down to Earth.
ReX13- November 10, 2010 at 10:05 am
Rivera seems like a really good guy, and yes, he's always out to entertain--including some of the other RangerUp videos, where Rivera shows off a humorous side. 
Crap Factory- November 10, 2010 at 10:01 am
Looking forward to this one. Rivera is a fellow Massachusetts resident.
MoTropolis- November 10, 2010 at 9:32 am
Well I just watched this clip of surrender and a good portion takes place in a cemetery, which can also be considered "dead space", so whats really going on here??
Mike Russell- November 10, 2010 at 9:26 am
 Legacy was good, but it dragged in parts. Lots of dead space.
MoTropolis- November 10, 2010 at 9:22 am
"After nearly eight years of drought in decent MMA documentaries since The Smashing Machine was released in 2002, 2010 has seen several new features that have been nothing short of incredible, most notably Jens Pulver's Driven film and Alistair Overeem's The Reem web documentary series."

Have you not seen "Legacy"? Jeeeeeebus Christ.
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