UFC veteran, Dan Hardy, elaborates on how the Full Reptile Collective is linked to his eventual UFC return and is focused on supporting ‘Grassroots MMA’ in the UK. Speaking at Victory Fights 2, Hardy also explains why Adam Amarasinghe who, will be making his Cage Warriors 95 London debut, is a “special athlete”, after his KO win over Andrew Mendes at Victory Fight 2 and much more.
Dan Hardy is launching the Full Reptile Collective in-partnership with former (The Ultimate Fighter) TUF contestant and British MMA fighter turned head coach at NFM Windsor, Dean Amasinger and strength coach, Oli Richardson. The aim of Full Reptile Collective is to support British MMA and other combat sports by giving the fighters exactly the support structure that they need but currently lacking within the UK.
Part two of two of our interview with Damien Trainor who, is highly respected around the world for both his fighting career and coaching expertise in Muay Thai and kickboxing. Damien is head coach at, K-Star Legacy Gym in Birmingham; and featured last year on The Ultimate Fighter in a coaching capacity.
Damien Trainor is a former European and world champion, widely regarded as one of the best fighters to emerge from the UK Muay Thai and kickboxing scene of his generation. Having fought internationally in various countries, Trainor firmly established his reputation as a world class fighter and is now head coach at, K-Star Legacy Gym in Birmingham; and featured last year on The Ultimate Fighter in a coaching capacity.
The full interview has been split into two parts, with part two being available to watch, listen and download from tomorrow i.e. March 21, 2017.