Read an excerpt about GSP in my new book, "Pound for Pound"!

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  1. Thracian

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    Check out the first few chapters posted to CagePotato.com:

    (continue reading excerpt on CagePotato.com here)

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    in a cell with the just bleed guy
    looks good.cheers ts.
     
  3. Looks like a great read TS thanks
     
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    thx and good luck TS.

    Looks like a nice stocking stuffer for us MMA fans.
     
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    interested in reading about Penn, Silva, Rua and Fedor most definitely!
     
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    Never realized Georges had all that turmoil going on in his life in between the Serra fights. Glad to see he stuck with it.

    Great read TS thank you.
     
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    I wonder how BJ Penn evolved.

    Was it more burgers, or less workouts=??? XD

    But all jokes aside, it sounds interesting. I bet the Fedor part has a lot in it. Those Russians make nails look dull.
     
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    Thanks guys. Again, I appreciate people reading the excerpt, and checking out the book trailer: http://youtu.be/mJ-4iwXnp78


    Books are important to some MMA fans who like the history, or special information that they can't find elsewhere. I personally read a lot of books on boxing, because that era is gone.

    P4P covers events from the very height of MMA in North America and Japan.


    Brian
     

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