Originally Posted by azur_dog
I met Eddie Bravo at the Fight Night last week and got a picture with him. Really cool dude. I was amazed though that I seemed to be the only person who knew who he was besides Frank Mir. He was cage side and sitting near Evans, Marquart, and Diego, but I think I was the only person who recognized him. After the event I saw him talking to Frank so I went down and introduced myself and got the picture. Honestly meeting him for me anyway was as cool as going to the event itself.
Eddie Bravo is definitely a cool guy. I attended one of his seminars and it was just an awesome experience over all. Can't believe no one else recognized him, I miss his scoring rounds.
How was Mir? Obviously from my username he's my favorite fighter, so it's always nice to hear what other people think about him.
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