MMA compilation-video specialist "Caposa" has just released the fourth installment of a series featuring the year’s most memorable knockouts and submissions in North America. He also has a separate series devoted to Japanese MMA; you can see that, as well as parts 1-3 of this series, by clicking here. And if you do delve deeper into his work, you’ll notice that Caposa favors understated ambient music to soundtrack his vids, adding a soothing counterpoint to the visual brutality. Great stuff. This guy just might join the ranks of such MMA highlight reel legends as GenghisCon and me.
In the latest installment of Tito Ortiz‘s video blog, Ortiz works out at Wildcard Gym, push-kicks his pad-holder in the crotch for no reason, barfs up some protein shake, and wrings a few gallons of sweat out of his workout clothes. On second thought, I don’t know why any of you would want to watch this.
In this excerpt from Anderson Silva‘s Boxing for MMA DVD, the Spider shows you how to throw that most basic of punches, the jab. The DVD contains 61 other lessons, hopefully including "how to beat your opponent so badly that he runs out of the cage crying."
Supposedly this is Urijah Faber as a young lad, doing a spot for a classic rock radio station in Sacramento. He really likes the Stones, and his mom seems like a real nice lady.