View Full Version : i did it my freinds!
I did it i finaly got reconized by a big sponser in a mix martial arts an they want a contract with me but it hasits up an downs so what do yall think should i go for it i mean they did offer way more mor money than the other cheap sponsers and more bare nuckle fights but i want to be recognized by the ufc.
what should i dooo!:serious:
09-06-2009, 03:48 PM
If you really want to be recognized by the Ufc, the downs of that contract should not matter all that much.. Go for it!
09-06-2009, 06:47 PM
yea think on it, for the most part i say yes, the money (since your getting more) should help with getting better trainers and all that jazz!
09-07-2009, 07:20 PM
weigh your pros and cons.
analyze the projected advantages into the future.
make a fair assessment of how those advantages will help you in your career as a fighter.
make your decision.
We can't really help you out if it's just a matter of two elements, bare knuckle fights and money. If that's the case, it's not me being punched harder in the head, so I don't much care. Take the sponsor's reputation into account. Have they supported fighters who went on the the UFC? Did they do so in greater respect to the other sponsors you've seen? Are they interested in pushing you forward, or having another name on their roster?
Think of them as a partner, someone you can rely on to help advance your career. If they're going to be dead weight who just throws money at you, you're going to spend your time buying your career with the scraps they cut off for you. If they have connections with good trainers, facilities, people in the business, etc. then they might have more worth than their wallet.
09-08-2009, 06:19 AM
damn and i thought analog was just another pretty face who cracked jokes around here, that was a great tip there, im very impressed by that, i hope im not sounding condescending by saying too
but what was the desicion?
i wanna know if he took the sponsorship or not!
09-09-2009, 07:34 AM
Can you post the contract I've always wanted to dissect some legalese, plus it would be easier to give you some advice if we knew more about what you were asking.
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