Wednesday, April 27, 2011

TUF Wednesday

TUF tonight hopefully we will se some legit classic Ultimate Fighter carnage, but no garauntee!!

Funny pic of ther day:
by the way this is a catfish^^^^


Sunday, April 24, 2011

hOPE everyone had a greAt easter!!!!

be sure to check out: INSIDE BRENTONS BRAIN where you can find some awesome inormation about Glycemic Index, Glycemic Load and Energy Metabolism!!!  

funny pic of the day:

Have a great wee folks!!

Friday, April 22, 2011

Friday Friday gotta get down on Friday!!!! mayhem back in ufc!!!

Jason 'Mayhem' Miller Signs With UFC

4/22/2011 2:44 PM ET By Ariel Helwani
Jason "Mayhem" Miller is going back to the UFC.

The popular middleweight has signed a new multi-fight agreement with the organization, Miller's manager Ryan Parsons confirmed with MMA Fighting.

The 30-year-old Miller (24-7, 1 NC) was able to sign with the UFC due to the fact that his contract with Strikeforce had expired. No word just yet on when his first fight back inside the Octagon will take place.

"Mayhem" had not competed for Strikeforce since last April when he defeated Tim Stout on the undercard of Strikeforce: Nashville. He went on to defeat one of his MMA idols, Kazushi Sakuraba, at DREAM.16 in September, which stands as his last fight to date.

He was close to returning to action against the likes of Nick Diaz and Tim Kennedy, but for various reasons, some even still unknown, those fights never materialized.

The star of MTV's Bully Beatdown last fought for the UFC in 2005 when he dropped a unanimous decision to Georges St-Pierre. Two years later, Miller returned to Zuffa, defeating Hiromitsu Miura via unanimous decision at WEC 27.

Miller was a guest on a recent episode of The MMA Hour, and he appeared excited at the prospect of facing some of the UFC's best middleweights.

"I will beat the brakes off most of the guys in the middleweight divisions in the UFC," he said. "I guaran-damn-tee it."
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happy friday everyone hope you have a great weekend be sure to get your picks in for ufc129 by commenting in the post below!!


What do y'all think?  Who are you picking to win at UFC 129??  Leave your picks in a comment below and the winner may get a prize!!!  FULL FIGHT CARD BELOW AS WELL!

Jose Aldo: ‘I will Definitely Beat Mark Hominick’

(Video courtesy of YouTube/MMATrailers)
The UFC 129 hype machine is starting to rev up with the first episode of UFC Primetime: GSP vs. Shields slated for Wednesday. Until then, some of the card’s other main card bouts are getting some play.
In the clip above from the UFC 129 countdown show, WEC featherweight champion-turned UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo expounds on his opponent Mark Hominick.
Surprisingly Aldo doesn’t give the Canadian striker much respect.
“I will definitely beat Mark Hominick. If I didn’t think I could, then I wouldn’t be here now; it’s what I’m focused on — going in there, defending my title and winning. I don’t pay too much attention to what his strengths and weaknesses are,” Aldo said. “I try to pay attention to all aspects of his game and focus on his movements. What he does, how he does it. I don’t pay attention to how technical or emotional he is. I just pay attention to what he does and prepare accordingly.”
As to being a part of the biggest event in UFC history, which will happen to take place in Hominick’s backyard in Toronto, Aldo is nonplussed by the notion of his opponent being the crowd favorite and says he’s just excited to make his UFC debut.
“I’m very focused on my mission but I’m also very excited. I’m very excited to be fighting in the UFC for the first time and being able to defend my title. This is a dream come true. I’m going to be defending my UFC title in front of 55,000 people. I can’t wait. I don’t care where I’m fighting. If I’m fighting in someone’s backyard or not,” he explained. “At the end of the day, when they close the Octagon door, it’s he and I in there. I don’t hear the 55,000 people screaming. I’ve said it before, I don’t know what the hell they’re saying anyway, so it doesn’t bother me. The most important thing to me is to stay focused, the only thing I’m listening to is my corners. As long as I go in there well organized and focused I’ll be able to stay on top and defend my title.”
UFC 129 is set to take place on April 30 at Rogers Centre in Toronto and will feature a strong contingent of Hominicks fellow patriots including Georges St-Pierre, Mark Bocek, Claude Patrick, Rory MacDonald, Jason MacDonald, Sean Pierson, John Makdessi, Ivan Menjivar and Yves Jabouin.
UFC 129
April 30, 2010
Rogers Centre
Toronto, Ontario Canada

UFC Welterweight Championship Bout
Georges St-Pierre (C) vs. Jake Shields
UFC Featherweight Championship Bout
Jose Aldo (C) vs. Mark Hominick
Randy Couture vs. Lyoto Machida
Jason Brilz vs. Vladimir Matyushenko
Ben Henderson vs. Mark Bocek
Rory MacDonald vs. Nate Diaz
Brian Foster vs. Sean Pierson
Pablo Garza vs. Yves Jabouin
Daniel Roberts vs. Claude Patrick
Charlie Valencia vs. Ivan Menjivar
Jason MacDonald vs. Ryan Jensen
John Makdessi vs. Kyle Wattson

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Brenton Robinson has just put out his latest article: Glycemic Index, Glycemic Load, and Energy Metabolism!! everyone should check it out!!

Glycemic Index, Glycemic Load,, and Energy Metabolism

You always hear people talking about “good carbs” and “bad carbs”. It can be confusing to eat the right foods with so many catch 22’s and conflicting information. Glycemic Index refers to the number a particular carbohydrate is assigned based on how fast your body converts it to glucose. The higher the number the faster your body breaks it down. When you eat high glycemic carbohydrates it spikes your insulin level and your body converts the carbs to body fat. Low glycemic carbohydrates (55 and below) break down slowly and help keep blood sugar and insulin level from spiking. These carbohydrates are stored as glycogen that you need for energy. Glycemic load refers to the effect of a “meal” on your blood sugar and insulin levels vs. a particular carbohydrate. When you eat protein and carbohydrates together the protein slows down the effect the carbohydrates have on insulin levels. During anaerobic exercise your body is using ATP (adenosine triphosphate) as a fuel source. Every 5-10 seconds your body must create more ATP. The first source that your body creates ATP from is creatine phosphate. This is why people supplement with creatine for strength and endurance. Creatine is produced naturally in your body and you can find it in foods such as red meat. Creatine is made up of three amino acids - Arginine, Glycine and Methionine. Our liver has the ability to combine these three amino acids and make creatine. The next step in ATP production is glycogen that is stored in the muscle. When you are grappling, sparring, weight training or engaging in activity where short burst of energy are used this is the energy system your body is using. When you engage in long duration low impact exercise such as running, swimming, cycling etc. your body is in the aerobic pathway. Aerobic exercise needs oxygen for fuel and burns body fat. Understanding your body’s energy systems allows you to train specifically for your goals and adjust your nutrition properly to increase performance. Mixed Martial Artist should train specifically for the demands they will face. The S.A.I.D. Principle (Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands) is very important to follow for athletes. Running 10 miles does not translate well to intense 3-5 minute rounds. MMA Fighters should perform plyometrics, sprints, and intense circuits with short rest in between. Flipping tires, slamming Kamagon Balls, running sprints, and performing plyometrics improves your anaerobic system and transfers over to your specific goals. Nutrient timing for performance is equally important. Eating the right types of carbohydrates at the right times will fuel your body while allowing you to stay lean and near the weight that you fight or compete at. In my next article I’ll go into detail about nutrient timing. I’m starting to see cross eyed because I’m so tired. With all the media that Kamagon Fitness has seen lately between the Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, Jake Shields, New Group X Classes and our Certification Program I’m staying busy. Add to that kids and some personal training clients in the evenings and you’ve got my 2a.m. rants about nutrition, exercise and Emil’s sexy new pink cast :) Stay Classy

Brenton Robinson

Wednesday!!! Ultimate fighter 13 episode 4 tonight!

So i am typing this post with one hand because of my surgery but i am going to try to post as much as possible for ya !!

be sure to check out tuf 13 tonight hopefully we will see a good fight!

pink cast and assault rifle (my guns) how did this guy make it through security!!

Please checkout my website, , and look at my SPONSORS page!There you will find some awesome sponsors including, KAMAGON BALL!!!KAMAGON has created a revolutionary training device which has changed my physique and my life!To get your hands on the KAMAGON BALL click on the Kamagon logo and it will take you to , from there you can find the color ball you want and be sure to add the discount code: HP at checkout to receive The Hollowpoint’s special 20% off promotion. Saving Money, Changing Lives, and Maximizing Performance!  A special thanks from Emil “the hollowpoint” Hinkefent and the good folks at Kamagon!

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Monday, April 18, 2011

Dear Sweet Goodness!!! Check out Jon Jones in his MMA debut!!!!

This is amazing watch the throw Jones pulls off right before finishing the fight!!! 

Sounds like that white dude has a case of the mondays :)

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Sunday Night!! Ready for this week to get started!!!

Here is an awesome article about how to get the most out of this classic move, check it out:

Funny pic:

Hope everyone had a great weekend stay tuned for some exciting stuff this week!

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Saturday and I Wish There was a UFC Every Weekend!!!

Search for title boxingHere are the goods for saturday hope everyone is having a good weekend!!

Saturday fail:

Saturday funny pic:

Saturday Fight of the week:

Saturday's real fight of the week:

Catch you on the flip side!
aving a good weekend!!

Thursday, April 14, 2011

The Hollowpoint MMA video blog #1

First Video Blog hope you like it!  I will try to do one a week to keep you suckas updated on life and other crap to  :)    Let me know what you think  by commenting below vvvvv  thank you!!

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Here is the TUF recap and another funny pic!!!

Search for ultimate fighter stuff

Ultimate Fighter 13: Episode three recap and discussion for 'Lesnar vs Dos Santos'

    Episode three of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 13: "Team Lesnar vs. Team Dos Santos" gets underway with Brock and his boys celebrating their first win of the season.
    Team Lesnar kicks things off in the gym and most of the guys are wondering why they have to be labeled "chicken shit" by their coach - - especially after a win. Brock rallies the troops to try and explain what he means and does a pretty awful job of making them feel better but I guess it's the thought that counts.
    Justin Edwards joins the show to replace Keon Caldwell and Team Dos Santos is worried about an incoming "knucklehead" changing the dynamic of the group but so far Edwards looks to be a good fit.
    Meanwhile, assistant coach Lew Polley is clomping around the gym, still brooding about last week's loss to Chris Cope. He's also frustrated that Junior and coach Billy are treating the team like kids and not gladiators going into battle.
    Has "Cigano" gone soft?!?
    Polley starts pushing the guys hard during practice, shouting at them and calling them names. He keeps pushing until whoops! Shamar Bailey gets cut from all the intensity. Of course that just further infuriates Lew who orders him to tape it up and get back to work.
    Junior calls a pow-wow after the fact and tells the team he takes the Dalton approach to kicking ass: Do it, but remember to be nice!
    Time for the fight announcement and with Team Lesnar finally in control, they emulate Team Dos Santos and try to match up the strongest fighter versus the weakest. That means Len Bentley will try to pack the bags of Ryan McGillivray.
    Lesnar also wants to get Len some action as he feels his top pick is getting a little restless waiting on the sidelines.
    Will the strategy work?
    Back at the house, Team Lesnar identifies Chris Cope as this season's Benedict Arnold, which seems to be a strange way of showing thanks for getting his team back in control of the picks.
    Bentley runs to Brock to tell him that Cope is watching him train, perhaps a little too closely, and is afraid he might share some pivotal information with the other team. Lesnar tells him not to get "caught up in the bullshit" and to worry about his fight.
    Speaking of Team Dos Santos, taskmaster Lew is cracking the whip again and Junior has to pull him aside and remind him it's Cigano's world -- he just lives in it. Polley takes it like a man and admits he got "out of his lane" and it all ends happily after a fist bump.
    McGillivray is about ten pounds overweight which means it's time to break out the rubber ducky and a box of Epsom salt. No sweat! (har har) as he gets the weight off and hits his mark.
    Brock has to break the bad news to Len Bentley that he has a personal issue to attend to and can't be there for his fight. Not surprisingly, Bentley doesn't seem that broken up about it.
    It's fight day and above the locker room doors it says "Never leave it in the hands of the judges." An ominous sign if there ever was one. It's soon forgotten as "Shogun" Rua stops by to wish the contestants good luck.
    Elimination bout #3: Team Lesnar's Len Bentley (9-4) vs. Team Dos Santos' Ryan McGillivray (11-4-1)
    Round 1: Chandella makes the rounds to the sound of crickets and dry coughing. Bentley opens up aggressive, walking McGillivray (McG) down and throwing crisp strikes. Ryan is game and counter-punches but Bentley walks right through it and floors him with a left to the kisser. Bentley swarms and McG squirms, clearly in survival mode. He tangles him up long enough to recover and works his way into full guard. Bentley resets and lets McG back to his feet but perhaps feeling a bit overconfident waddles in with little-to-no-defense. McG makes him pay with three clean shots to the dome, each one landing harder than the last. Bentley stumbles back and McG lets one go that puts his confused foe right on his keister. Now it's Ryan's turn to swarm and finish and uses Bentley's guard to muscle him to the cage. "Poosh!" screams coach Dos Santos. McG leaves an arm exposed and Bentley cranks it but rolls over into a crucifix. He lunges and turns over and McG greets him with a guillotine, tries for the gator roll and squeezes. Lenny turns bright red but gets saved by the bell. Awesome first round of action. Finally! 10-9 McGillivray on the unofficial Nostradumbass scorecard.
    Round 2: Chandella is back and to her credit, has a pretty nice ass. The fighters open with simultaneous jabs to the face. Bentley stalking and tags him hard but McG returns fire. Both guys eat shots again proving that striking defense is truly a lost art. Body kick finds its mark for Bentley then a right. Bentley with a fight-ender from four feet away that gets nothing but air followed by a spinning back fist that is so off-center it hits McG in the shoulder blades. McG tags him and uses the opening to rush in with fists of fury. He backs Bentley into the cage who grabs a hold of the neck. McG muscles out a takedown but Bentley pops right back up. McG eats a few knees and backs off. To the center of the Octagon they go and sloppy strikes are flying. Like round one, Bentley started off hot but McG is stealing it from him. Bentley misses with two spinning back fists and McG lights him up with ten seconds left. Damn that round was close but again I go with McGillivray 10-9 by the narrowest of margins. I'm apparently not alone.
    Result: Ryan McGillivray defeats Len Bentley via majority decision
    Back in the locker room McGillivray buries his head in his towel and lets it all go. He's emotional after the big win and based on the expectations going into the fight, I'd say he has every right to be.
    Team Dos Santos takes a 2-1 lead.
    Stay tuned next week for a look at some digitized cock, Coach Dos Santos tosses one of his students in the air like a newborn baby and two more welterweights go to war.
    Hey look, there's Matt Hughes!
    See you right here next Wednesday night. Same TUF-time, same TUF-station.


    funny pic:

    Mayweather ducks ... again!!!!

    What a sissy!!!

    The Ultimate Fighter 13 episode 3 and other cool stuff as well!

    So TUF 13 episode 3 airs tonight and I am hoping... better yet... I am praaaaying for a good fight unlike the last two snoozers!!   When you see these guys competing that are in your weight class it makes you think why the hell didn't I try out so that I could destroy these dudes on national television... anyways hope everyone enjoys it!

    Funny Pic of the Day:

    And next up if you thought Mortal Kombat was gruesome enough back when we were busting A buttons on Sega, well you might want to close your eyes  for this one!  The new Mortal Kombat which will be released sometime this year is sure to be a good one!  who is going to buy it?

    Tuesday, April 12, 2011


    Just got done tearing in up on my kamagon ball and im feeling great!!!!  Get yours today!!!

    Please checkout my website, , and look at my SPONSORS page!There you will find some awesome sponsors including, KAMAGON BALL!!!KAMAGON has created a revolutionary training device which has changed my physique and my life!To get your hands on the KAMAGON BALL click on the Kamagon logo and it will take you to , from there you can find the color ball you want and be sure to add the discount code: HPat checkout to receive The Hollowpoint’s special 20% off promotion. Saving Money, Changing Lives, and Maximizing Performance!A special thanks from Emil “the hollowpoint” Hinkefent and the good folks at Kamagon!

    Thank you Thank you Thank you WE HAVE OFFICIALLY BROKE THE 1000 MARK!!!!






    Everyone should go check out Brenton's latest article, "Training for Performance vs. Appearance" and be sure to check back weekly to get INSIDE BRENTON'S BRAIN!! You can find his lates article at  !! Thank you for the support and I hope you enjoy this article from a wise man named Brenton Robinson!


    Post#1 04-12-2011

    Training for Performance vs. Appearance

    Training for performance is much different than simply training for appearance. I started competing in bodybuilding a couple of years after high school. After a few years of training for bodybuilding I was competing at the national level winning state and regional shows and walking around at 220 lbs at five foot five. I could bench press over 400 lbs. deadlift and squat over 500 for reps and then I walked into North Dallas Mixed Martial Arts one day.

    I had trained a little bit in Kali and Muay Thai but not very seriously. J.D. Shelly was my first grappling or MMA coach. I remember my first day looking around thinking look at these little guys I'm going to throw them around. Then I woke up in the bathroom next to a toilet! I was sold. I just had my ass handed to me by a bunch of guys half my size and I wanted to know what they knew and train like they trained!

    There's a reason the lion is the king of the jungle and not the elephant. Training for purely bodybuilding had served it's purpose. I learned a lot about nutrition and the human body. I built a lot of strength that would transfer over, but I had no endurance and was in no condition to fight in mixed martial arts.

    When you train for appearance you are not concerned with performance. Bodybuilders are commonly seen backstage with oxygen mask or curled up in the fetal position because they are so dehydrated.You can't really fight an elite athlete that happens to be an extremely skilled fighter in that condition! Bodybuilding requires a lot of mental toughness and you learn how to deal with a very regimented lifestyle. Lots of discipline and dedication are required. I was drawn to bodybuilding because I am competitive and the fact that that it requires you to put in the work yourself.

    With MMA you are definitely the only man that steps into the cage across from your opponent. You might walk out with your corner but once you step in that cage it's up to you to win. Training to fight completely changed the way that I train. It was no longer about pushing some heavy weights or eating 400g of protein a day. You now have an All American wrestler that just happens to be a Golden Gloves boxer and oh yeah solid purple belt in BJJ coming at you. It's the third round of shark tank drills and this guy is well rested coming at you. Even better it's the fifth round of a championship bout that is even 2 rounds a piece with a minute left.

    You can see where agility, endurance, strength, balance, neuromuscular coordination, proprioceptive awareness, nutrient timing, performance nutrition and more "functional" types of training come into play. If you're not familiar with all of these topics you will be if you read my column on Emil's page. I'm going to cover everything from performance nutrition to strength and conditioning.

    I started training with J.D. in Dallas and then soon moved to Florida where I discovered Sambo under the beatings of Carlos Cummings: I Had to give Carlos a shout in my first column since I vomited more in my life between Carlos and G in the first couple months I walked through the doors of CCS. Flipping tires, swinging sledge hammers, doing plyometrics, running sprints, shark tank drills etc.

    I prefer to train with things now like a Kamagon Ball which can be used like a hybrid kettle bell, medicine ball, tornado ball and more. I like to use TRX Trainers, BOSU Balls, Weighted Vest and I do a lot of plyometrics. My nutrition is more complete focusing on micronutrients and macronutrients. I eat to stay lean and strong but not bulky or depleted. Over the past decade exercise and nutrition have been my life from personal training and running gyms to fitness equipment and training methods.

    I'll be updating this about once a week with new training techniques, nutrition tips, keys to cutting or making weight the right way as well as gossip about Emil's secret life as a ninja that you won't catch on TMZ!

    -Brenton Robinson

    Monday, April 11, 2011

    Sounds Like a Case of the Mondays!!!

    Did you all enjoy the weekend?  How many people checked out the strikeforce show and what did you think?  I read something interesting today, it said that Diego Sanchez wants to coach the next Ultimate Fighter against Nick Diaz which would make for an interesting show!  However, he is not the only one who wants to land a coaching spot on the show.  Others, such as Urijah Faber vs. Dominick Cruz, Micheal Bisping vs. Chael Sonnen, and Jason “Mayhem” Miller vs. anyone are all names that have been thrown out there over the past few weeks.  Personally I would love to see Mayhem vs. Sonnen, what would y’all like to see?  Anyways, happy Monday, have a good rest of the day!!!

    Pic of the day:

    Sunday, April 10, 2011


    Had  a great night with great friends celebrating my wife Heather's 22nd birthday I can't wait till my bday so we can do it again we had to break out the ol jiu jitsu mats and thai pads around midnight :)  it got a little crazy!   Hope you all are having an amazing weekend and I hope the next weekend treats you just as good!! 

    Now for my review of the Strikeforce fights......  Aoki locked up a great rear naked choke to secure his victory he is an excellent fighter.  Gegard Mousassi and Keith Jardine go the distance and end up getting a draw or as Chavous put it they drew haha....  Gill Melendez dominated in his fight to get yet another victory he is definitely top 5 for his division and needs to be put up against some UFC guys.....  and finally, Diaz out boxes semtex (Paul Daley) and defeats him by referee stoppage, however Daley did win something.... He is the new raining champion of the Stinky Leg after his sketchy fall before the end of the fight....  Rashad Evans held this title before this fight but Semtex has definitely secured a firm victory!!! 

    What do you think about the fights?  Please comment below and let me know !!!! (did not try to rhyme on purpose)  If you didn't have a chance to watch the fights leave me a comment anyways and let me know how I'm doing with this blog (suggestions are welcome and will be taken into consideration!!) 

    Thanks again for tuning in to my blog stay tuned for more exciting posts and interesting stuff!!!!

    Saturday, April 9, 2011

    Technique of the Month and Eddie Bravo = Awesome!

    The technique of the month is all over the news  be sure to check it out, click here ~~~>>  TECHNIQUEoftheMonth

    Eddie Bravo basking in glow of UFC's first-ever "twister," set for DVD release

    History was made recently when "The Korean Zombie" Chan Sung Jung forced Leonard Garcia to tap to the first-ever twister submission in the UFC history, which came this past month at UFC Fight Night 24.

    Jung stated in his post-fight interview with UFC commentator Joe Rogan he had learned the technique by watching online instructional videos of 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu's Eddie Bravo.

    Along with the Internet postings, Bravo already has a book on the market entitled "Mastering the Twister," and he currently is in the process of finalizing a DVD on the subject set for release in June or July.

    In other words, the timing could not have been better.

    Although Bravo did not invent the twister, a move that originates in wrestling (in which it is known as the guillotine), he is credited with successfully adapting and popularizing the move in the world of jiu jitsu.

    "It was pretty amazing, pretty surreal," Bravo recently told Radio ( after seeing his baby hatch for the first time inside the octagon. "It was actually not the first twister in MMA. It was the first twister in the UFC, but there have been four or five other ones in smaller shows."

    Shayna Baszler, Jason Day, Jason Chambers and Nick Thompson all have successfully executed the technique on the regional circuit in recent years, but none executed on a significant platform like Jung did.

    "I'm shocked we haven't seen the twister more in MMA," Bravo said. "In my schools, it's normal. It's not that crazy. When people saw the twister in the UFC, that was the whole world watching. People freaked out. They didn't know what the hell that was."

    You have to go all the way back to 1985 to trace the metamorphosis of the wrestling guillotine to the jiu-jitsu twister. It began on the wrestling mats in California at Santa Ana High School, where Bravo was a member of the school's wrestling team competing in the 119-pound weight division.

    It would be two upperclassmen, one junior and one senior, who pulled him aside and taught him the move. They both thought it would be ideal for the small-framed Bravo, who lacked a bit in the strength department.

    "Us weak wrestlers were forced to use our legs in unorthodox ways," Bravo said. "In wrestling they're called 'leg riders.' Leg riders are usually the ones that are good with the guillotine."

    In his 20s, Bravo began to train in Brazilian jiu jitsu and find his calling. He brought the guillotine along with him.

    "It was always the guillotine to me," he said. "My instructor Jean-Jacques Machado changed the name to the twister, him and his brother. They didn't know what it was. I told them it was a wrestling move I learned in the ninth grade called the guillotine. And there was already a guillotine in jiu jitsu, so they didn't call it the guillotine. They kept calling it the twister.

    "Finally, they started calling me the twister, and I hated that. I thought that was the weakest nickname ever. It just reminder me of yellow, green and blue dots with kids playing the twister game."

    While it initially may have been rather silly and turned off Bravo, he slowly warmed up to the idea once he started competing and finding success in jiu-jitsu tournaments.

    "When people started calling me twister at school, I wanted to put a stop to it," he said. "It became cool in tournaments when I would compete. People in the audience would start calling out the twister. Then all the sudden it was cool. The nickname just stuck. People started calling me 'Twister Eddie' or just 'The Twister.'"

    In time, "The Twister" would go on to teach the move to his students while he blossomed into one of the most respected jiu-jitsu instructors in the world.

    Now that the aforementioned Jung has brought the twister to the forefront, Bravo fully expects to see the frequency of the maneuver to increase in MMA.

    "That's usually the way MMA works," he said. "No one wants to add a new technique into their system until they see someone do it first. Now people are going to start to do it."

    While he does expect the sheer volume of twister submission attempts to increase, he does not forecast it ever being prevalent. Fighters are often hesitant to expand their jiu-jitsu skill set, for whatever reason.

    "It's very hard to add new weapons to your jiu-jitsu game when you're just sparring," Bravo said. "It's a very slow pace. You have to spend time just drilling without 100 percent resistance and keep drilling that move that is foreign to your game until it is in your DNA.

    "We might see their positioning and submission defense evolve, but in order to add new weapons to your game, you have to spend time practicing and drilling them. Very few MMA fighters do that. There's just too much to train, and they're just too tired."

    For those who do implement the twister, variations such as the banana split and the crotch ripper could eventually be on the way to the cage as the technique progresses.

    Make sure you keep your eyes peeled. "The Twister" most certainly will be doing so.


    Friday, April 8, 2011

    sorry for the mixup today is actually FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY!!!!

    To send us into the weekend I have decided to share a clip of a police officer pepper spraying a baby squirrel.  You may ask me: Why would you do such a thing Emil?  My answer to that question is this, if you mess with a police officers nuts you deserve to be pepper sprayed!!!

    And finally a funny pic to make your day a little brighter:

    Have a great weekend!  Be sure to check out the strikeforce fights and watch Nick Diaz and Gilbert Melendez do work!!!!

    Happy Thursday Everyone! Here is some interesting news!

    Thiago Silva Gets One-Year Suspension and $33,750 Fine For Trying to Cheat UFC 125 Drug Test Using Synthetic Urine

    (“I’m pissed. That son of a bitch sold me a six pack of that shit and said it was the good stuff.”)
    UFC light heavyweight Thiago Silva won’t be able to fight again until at least January 1, 2012, and he will be $33,750 lighter in the wallet and will have one less win on his record when he finally returns to competition.
    Silva was handed the hefty suspension and fine and had the result of his UFC 125 win over Brandon Vera changed to a “no-contest”after admitting in a hearing with the Nevada State Athletic Commission today that he used steroids and tried to mask his wrongdoing by providing a synthetic urine sample he purchased online for his pre-fight drug screen.
    According to MMAJunkie’s John Morgan who was present at the hearing,
    Silva waived his right for an attorney and additional time to prepare a defense and instead admitted what he took and explained the method he used to try to fool the lab.
    “I’m here just to tell the truth,” Silva said.
    He detailed how he received two epidural injections — 45 and 30 days out from the bout with Vera — of an unnamed steroid by his doctor to help speed recovery from a back injury and that he purchased the synthetic urine he used for his drug screening test online from He likely would have gotten away with it had the lab used by NSAC not been a World Anti-Doping Agency-approved test center that utilized hormone-screening processes to determine if test samples are both human and from the same sex as the provider of the specimen (insert Cyborg joke here).
    Silva explained that he knew using the drug was against NSAC rules, but said he felt pressured to compete in spite of being hurt because he had not fought in a year due to the same injury and his family’s livelihood depended on him being paid for the bout.
    “I just want to apologize for what I did. I did what I did because my back was very, very bad a couple months (before the fight). I had not fought for one year. I was completely broke. I have a family. People depend on my money. I was desperate to do something.I know what I did is wrong. Like I said, I’m so sorry. I had my reasons. People depend on my money, and I had to give them support.”
    He detailed how he simply turned his back on the commission rep assigned to oversee the drug tests administered two weeks prior to the New Year’s Day event in Las Vegas and opened the container containing the fake urine and dumped it into a sample cup without the commissioner noticing.
    NSAC executive director Keith Kizer tried to make an example of Silva for not admitting any wrongdoing until caught by requesting that his suspension start today, rather than retroactive to the date of UFC 125. However, when put to a vote, the other members of the commission voted in favor of allowing the days since the bout to count against the suspension due in part to Silva’s “candor” and also because the commission dropped the for not watching the sample collection more closely.
    Originally, the commission wanted to take Silva’s entire $55,000 win bonus and 1/3 of his $55,000 purse, but decided instead to hold back 1/4 of his purse and $20,000 of his win bonus for a total of $33,750.
    The UFC has yet to comment on the situation.
    Two important questions now arise from the hearing:
    Should commissions be required to test fighters year-round for PEDs using sport-wide WADA approved methods like NSAC employs to ensure a level playing field?
    Do fighters need a union to negotiate minimum salaries for fighters rather than simply “pay-to-play” and performance bonus-based incentives promotions currently dole out that include a living wage so competitors don’t ever have to feel that they need to cheat to compete?

    Thursday, April 7, 2011

    New Stuff!!!!! Check it out!!!

    Blog has been changed quite a bit please feel free to look around and check out the new stuff.  Some of the things added are monthly drink and food recipes, along with a technique of the month and a follower of the month!

    This months drink of the month is The Zombie which they say is called the zombie because after one or two you will be walking like a zombie : )


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    TUF 13 episode 2 recap and funny pic of day

    TUF 13 episode 2
    All in all I would have to say it was another boring fight on TUF last night I would have subbed both of those clowns in the first round!!!  Chris Cope and Javier Torres spent three rounds putting on a hugging clinic for all of the viewers and neither fighter seemed to immpressive except for Javier's taunting methods which only actually work if you are returning fire after getting hit (probably why he lost).  If your would like to know how it all went down CLICK HERE for a recap of the episode.  Hoping next week we have some good action to liven this season up!

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    Wednesday, April 6, 2011

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    Georges St Pierre vs. Jake Shields
    Jose Aldo vs. Mark Hominick
    Randy Couture vs. Lyoto Machida
    Mark Bocek vs. Ben Henderson
    Vladimir Matyushenko vs. Jason Brilz
    Nate Diaz vs. Rory MacDonald
    Sean Pierson vs. Brian Foster
    Yves Jabouin vs. Pablo Garza
    Claude Patrick vs. Daniel Roberts
    Ivan Menjivar vs. Charlie Valencia
    Jason MacDonald vs. Ryan Jensen
    John Makdessi vs. Kyle Watson






    Tuesday, April 5, 2011

    Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday!!!! My wife turned 22 today woot woot!!

    First i would like to start by saying.... dad gum that was a sick flying knee!!!

    Next I would like to say this kid is hilaaaarious!!!

    And this guy is using my moves!!

    And this guy has it all figured out!!!

    And these people have the right idea to!!!!

    Hope everyone is having an awesome tuesday !!!  please comment on my posts i need some support!!!!  and tell your friends!!!  Catch you on the FlipSide!!!!

    Monday, April 4, 2011

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    Sunday, April 3, 2011

    Goin shootin

    -Emil "the HP" Hinkefent

    Saturday, April 2, 2011


    Driving to get my dad and goin to the gun show! The sun is shining bright, it's gonna be a good day!!!

    Ps last night was awesome @friction !!!

    -Emil "the HP" Hinkefent

    Friday, April 1, 2011

    Friday dinner!!!

    Spinach, turkey , a little bit of salami , organic cheddar cheese!!!!! Num Num Num !!!

    -Emil "the HP" Hinkefent

    Friday Friday Friday!!!!

    Have a good weekend everybody!  Get your fight picks in for UFC 129 by commenting on the below post and the winner may get a prize!!  Catch you on the flipside!