I think it´s a very well written from a literature & entertainment standpoint thread with no valuable info. If you ignore how it´s fun and nicely worded what is the info you get ? Name me the advice you got from it. - be a good guy, nice guy / Conor, Tyson, Muhamed Ali, Rampage and half the industry like trash talking and being cocky. So being the nice guy is personal and subjective and not something that will make you a good fighter. It´s just nice to read. - Nutrition advice / eat breakfast, eat fruit, I ate a salad, eat pasta - no this is not valuable diet info - Routine / go to dinner, go sightseeing, check the girls out, watch a movie, enjoy the venue - sounds ok but not really sticky materiall, everyones routine is different do what makes YOU comfortable - Warm up / the first thing that´s stupid - lactic acid does not disapear in the fight if you warm up hard, you just remove the lactic accid you build up from warming up hard. I think you need to warm up enough so you don´t get cramps and sore muscles or a injury once the fight starts and you are throwin 100%. It´s something you figure out by doing, you can practice it in training. In any case to me, in my humble opinion, he didn´t explain how to warm up properly or argument it - stand up advice / watching his videos he drops his guard during upercuts in a low noob level and therefore isn´t qualified to explain striking also drops his guard entirely during kicks, however for such a skinny guy his kicks look powerful decently - The obvious; has a 0-4 record writes the "Fight Bible" which is by definition the holy all knowing book of fighting In conclusion his post is very entertaining, nice to read but not a Fight Bible or explanation how to be a better fighter, at least not enough to be stickied on such a huge forum as Sherdog, we can do better. Now if it was called "My first fight impressions" I wouldn´t suggest unstickying it, as that´s what it is, in my humble opion, a nice write of off his expirience trying to be a successful fighter.