UFC Fight Picks with the PROS UFC 260 | Stipe Miocic vs Francis Ngannou | with guest Urijah Faber
Fight Picks with the PROS
Thanks for listening to Fight Picks with the PROS featuring this weeks guest, UFC Hall of Famer Urijah Faber and our host Chris Holdsworth. We review our Fight Predictions for UFC 260 this weekend featuring Stipe Miocic vs Francis Ngannou in the main event!This episode is brought to you by Fanduel. Sign up now for a RISK FREE bet up to $1,000 on your first deposit! Bet along side us for More Ways To Win! SIGN UP NOW: https://fanduel.com/surge💥 UFC Fights Covered 💥Sean “Sugar” O’Malley (-310) Vs. Thomas “Thominhas” Almeida (+240)Tyron “The Chosen One” Woodley (+210) Vs. Vincente “The Silent Assassin” Luque (-265)*Early Prediction* TJ Dillashaw (-110) Vs. Cory “Sandman” Sandhagen (-110)Stipe “The Silencer” Miocic (+110) Vs. Francis “The Predator” Ngannou (-134)⚡ Stats provided by: https://www.Sherdog.com ⚡ Odds provided by: https://www.Fanduel.com
A bit of a throw back today. Here are a couple classic interviews. The first is my very first interview from our old show Entrepreneurs Unlimited, Urijah Faber. The second interview is with my good buddy Tom Kandris. I hope you enjoy.
"I'm gonna be the baddest dude on the planet".An interesting choice of words for our February guest whose infectious smile may have you believe otherwise.But for Urijah Faber, it's a belief he held from a very early age and sustained throughout near 20-year MMA career - that's still active.The UFC Hall of Famer joins UR Podcast to talk candidly about his early fight days, becoming the best version of himself training, testing and adapting along the way.We talk lows, highs, challenges, adversity, excuses, mindset, fatherhood and more in a wide-ranging conversation with an athlete whose name will forever be linked to the sport of mixed martial arts.Outside of the cage, Faber has opened the doors of his Team Alpha Male facility in Sacramento to athletes from all over the world, rapidly becoming a hotbed for champions and competitors of the highest level.But what does it take to get there, and stay there?In just under an hour you'll hear a lot about his journey, his story, and in 2021 with his 42nd birthday approaching and a hunger that still burns brightly, what may come next.If you've ever had cause to question what you're doing in work or sport, you may we'll find some inspiration right here.This episode contains mild swearing.
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The California Kid, UFC Hall of Fame, Team Alpha Male founder, entrepreneur and widely regarded as one of MMA's pioneers, Urijah Faber dives into what it takes for young fighters to establish their own paths to achieving their “delusional” dreams of becoming a professional fighter. A two-time world champion, Urijah takes us through his path from an early age to becoming a champion and how he established the path for future fighters in his weight class. Faber had a passion for fighting and began learning wrestling while in 8th Grade. As a student at UC-Davis, he had qualified for the NCCA Wrestling championship in 2001 and 2002. He began his Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) training after college. He obtained a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu –Jitsu trained under Fabio ‘Pateto’ Prado.He made his debut in MMA on November 12, 2003, taking part in the Gladiator Challenge (GC) Promotion and beat Jay Valencia by a guillotine choke. In 2006, he held three titles - World Extreme Cage-fighting (WEC) Featherweight Championship, King of the Cage Bantamweight Championship, and GC Bantamweight Championship.
Urijah Faber: How To Think Big in Business and In Your Family Life
Pretty and Punk Podcast
Urijah Faber, Founder and President of Uriah Faber's Ultimate Fitness and Alpha Male Clothing, first came to the public’s attention as the MMA champion who popularized the sport in lighter weight classes and founded one of the most victorious MMA teams in the world, Team Alpha Male. As well as his commitment to Mixed Martial Arts Urijah embraced his passion for entrepreneurship and is involved with a variety of successful start-ups and small businesses, from fitness and lifestyle companies to non-profit and real estate projects. Urijah is also an actor and film producer and just released his latest film Green Rush. When Urijah has any off-time, he loves to spend it with his fiance Jaslyn and baby daughter Cali. Urijah joins us today to discuss what it’s like to combine being an entrepreneur with being a hands-on dad, and gives us his tips on finding time to enjoy his expanding family. He shares why he is still fighting in the UFC arena 17 years after his first bout and what influenced him to first take up competitive fighting as a teenager. Urijah also tells us about his upbringing in Northern California and how his parents’ lifestyle inspires him to raise his daughter to be aware of what a healthy lifestyle looks like and why it’s so important to eat clean. "The bigger you think, the more you'll be able to accomplish. Thinking big, dreaming big, is the most important element to success." - Urijah Faber This Week on Pretty and Punk: Role models when he was growing up Why he loves finding creative ways to make a living and his initial projects Why he sees similarities between making films and fighting How he met his fiance, and why they knew it was the right time to start a family How having his daughter has changed his life Why Urijah is so fascinated by human development Why it’s so important to have a strong support team around your family How he manages the expectations that both fatherhood and professional life place on him Urijah’s hopes for his children’s futures Resources Mentioned: Green Rush film Connect with Urijah Faber: Urijah Faber on LinkedIn Urijah Faber on Instagram Urijah Faber on Facebook Connect with the Pretty and Punk Podcast: Pretty and Punk Website Pretty and Punk Podcast on Facebook Pretty and Punk Podcast on Instagram
The Schmozone EP 024: Urijah Faber Entertains on Fight Island
The Twenty-Fourth Episode of The Schmozone Podcast with cohosts Dave Schmulenson (aka The Schmo) and Helen Yee. Week Two on Fight Island! The Schmozone penetrates the hotel room of UFC Hall of Famer Urijah Faber.
MMA History ep 5: Dominick Cruz vs Urijah Faber 2 (ft. Nika Lanzetta)
Looking at one of my favorite fights with our first guest to the podcast, my younger sister Nika Lanzetta! We had a lot of fun with this one so we hope you enjoy! https://youtu.be/h6P6IAkRyv0--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Urijah Faber has taken his work ethic from the gym to business and has created a strong brand with his Ultimate Fitness Gym in Sacramento, his Team Alpha Fight Team, real estate, clothing, his movie appearances, and the list goes on. Urijah joins us on this podcast, on the go, of course to talk about the fight game, quarantine life and other interesting topics you won't want to miss. This episode is brought to you by Gerber Gear and Bad Boy Mowers.