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Thursday, September 09, 2010
Bloodstain Lane, who is a lifelong and passionate fan of the combat sports, has been attracting much attention of late with his raw, outspoken, colorful, and controversial critiques of many of the most powerful figures in mixed martial arts. While he is admittedly not a journalist, his commentaries on his YouTube videos and on the Team Takeover forum have elicited reactions from both insiders and fans all around the world.
We spoke with the New York-based Bloodstain Lane Wednesday evening at a Hooters restaurant in Manhattan. We had a lengthy discussion about his very pronounced views on the state of mixed martial arts, including the promotions, the media, and the fans. While this interview does contain some explicit language, the depth of his analysis generally reflects the increasingly educated views of a new breed of mixed martial arts fans who think for themselves and can sort out the gems in MMA from the junk.
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