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Saturday, February 14, 2009
On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with Rob Maysey, the founder of the Mixed Martial Arts Fighters Association (MMAFA). This organization seeks to establish an association of mixed martial artists and their trainers, similar to other such organizations which already exist in many professional sports.
We spoke at length with Rob Maysey about the goals of the MMAFA, its progress so far, what impact it has already had on mixed martial arts, how fighters can become involved with MMAFA, how this organization has been received by those calling themselves members of the mixed martial arts media, and much more.
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