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    Tuesday, February 16, 2010

    No Holds Barred: James Feng, Director of Fight Life 



    On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with James Feng, the director of the forthcoming mixed martial arts documentary film "Fight Life".

    "Fight Life" will attempt to portray the reality of the mixed martial arts business from the standpoint of the professional fighters. From receiving low pay on small shows, to fighting as a profession without any medical insurance, to surviving through their often unglamorous but grueling everyday lives, the documentary will aim at chronicling their real lives, rather than some canned and staged version passed off as a "reality" show.

    Expected to be released in June 2010, "Fight Life" currently stars Frank Shamrock, Jake Shields, Nick Diaz, Lyle Beerbohm, Ryan Schultz, Matt Lindland, Miesha Tate, Gilbert Melendez, "Big" John McCarthy, and author Sam Sheridan.

    We sat down with James Feng to discuss "Fight Life" and what he hopes to accomplish with this film.

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    The problem with the storylines is that in the ufwwe, it shapes the performance of the athletes. Peyton Manning doesn't throw the long ball to get the fans to cheer, he doesn't play to the crowd. Most zuffa contractors do. If they don't, they lose their jobs.

    There are a lot of ways to storyboard a sport. The problem with MMA is that the athletes behave like lowbrow actors.
     
    Yes, the fighters do so because they know the promoters and networks want clowns. They don't realize how much this hurts them both in the long and short term. And the "media" let rubbish like Lesnar's "miracle" slide.
     
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    The problem with the storylines is that in the ufwwe, it shapes the performance of the athletes. Peyton Manning doesn't throw the long ball to get the fans to cheer, he doesn't play to the crowd. Most zuffa contractors do. If they don't, they lose their jobs.

    There are a lot of ways to storyboard a sport. The problem with MMA is that the athletes behave like lowbrow actors.

    By Blogger incendie récupérer, at 2:46 AM  

    Yes, the fighters do so because they know the promoters and networks want clowns. They don't realize how much this hurts them both in the long and short term. And the "media" let rubbish like Lesnar's "miracle" slide.

    By Blogger Eddie Goldman, at 5:11 AM  

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