Vitor Belfort prepares for UFC 152 against Jon Jones at the Jaco Hybrid Training Center in Delray Beach, FL with the Blackzilians
ASM brings you an intimate view as Anthony Johnson prepares for his fight with Vitor Belfort at UFC 142.
Vitor Belfort gets a surprise visitor in his training camp for UFC RIO: none other than UFC® Welterweight World Champion Georges St-Pierre. In the final days before the UFC® returns to its historic roots, “The Phenom” is pulling out all the stops as he prepares for his bout against Anthony Johnson in the next installment of Vitor Belfort: Road to UFC® Rio. Catch a battle of powerful strikers live on Pay-Per-View on UFC Rio: Aldo vs Mendes , Saturday January 14, at our new time of 10PM/7PM.
Experience an intense training day in the life of Vitor Belfort as he preps for his bout with Anthony “Rumble” Johnson at UFC® Rio. Cameras follow “The Phenom” from the moment he begins to the end of his day in part two of Vitor Belfort: Road to UFC Rio.
The “New York Times” published it, and ever-astute Brazilian reporter Renato de Alexandrino broke word about it in Brazil on the “O Globo” website.
A surfing world champion 11 times over, icon of the waves Kelly Slater drew comparisons between his sport to the martial art. Addressing who counts among his Twitter followers, Slater named UFC president Dana White, and discussed the similarities between the two sports.
“I didn’t used to like MMA, and now I love the sport. Truth is, surfing is like a martial art,” said Slater. “Good martial artists use the most efficient moves for getting the body to produce more energy. In surfing you have to master the same things – base, balance on your feet, the act of turning, bend and extend your legs. I love watching two guys fighting. It’s like human chess,” concluded Slater, who is known to train with Kron Gracie, Ricardo Arona, BJ Penn and Vitor Belfort.