Month: February 2016

Dr. Raouf Farag Offers Assessment of Benefits, Risks of MMA Training

As one of the fastest-growing sports in terms of its popularity among both spectators and participants, there are many questions being raised regarding the inherent risks and rewards in training for and then competing in an MMA bout. While Dr. Raouf Farag was hesitant to offer any specific or concrete analysis without taking the time Read More

Allowing History to Guide Us: Saleh Stevens’ New Book Brings MMA’s Past to the Present

MMA has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, and I always made the mistaken assumption that everyone I came into contact with while training, competing and coaching had the same level of understanding regarding MMA’s storied past. Once I began coaching full-time, I made passing mention of the Read More