I Trained To Become An MMA Fighter In 4 Months

fighting an MMA fight in three months is completely crazy aria is just so sweet like I couldn’t see him like her a fly I don’t want to see Aria get hurt I get the impression that there’s an underdog within you that is trying to prove something through this experience I don’t know if he will survive this fight [Music] [Applause] [Music] basically this is saying that you are voluntarily doing this video BuzzFeed is not making you if you were to get injured doing it or anything else BuzzFeed is not responsible because you are doing this on your own gotcha and when you say anything else at a good stuff that includes I mean death is possible at all of life like every morning you wake up death is a possibility very true my name is aria I love romantic comedies Christmas and I will be dedicating the next three months of my life towards training and mixed martial arts before competing in an officially sanctioned fight against a trained and experienced opponent is he really gonna do that why would he do that just three months are you straining three months is not a long time three months of training before a fight is a very unrealistic timeline already so this will be the biggest challenge of my life are you gonna be wearing headgear oh I don’t know how this is gonna work for him I love aria but no I will not be seeing it I don’t want to see it I don’t want to see the fight I’m not very physically active I don’t think most people think of the word fighter when they think of me I don’t know if Aria has ever been in a fight Aria told me that he was Buddhist I’m worried about him I don’t know if he’s a fighter but what is a fighter because for me this journey isn’t just about trying to overcome the physical and mental challenges that I will be facing but more so about trying to get inside the mindset of what it takes for those that actually do compete in one of the world’s toughest sports a combat sport that allows its athletes to utilize a variety of fighting styles mixed martial arts continues to explode in popularity as fighters from all walks of life seek to test themselves inside the cage I think my car can impact a lot of life because of discipline what separates MMA from any other sport is that you’re forced to deal with fear to compete in the mixed martial arts fight the fact that art is doing that first why I think takes a tremendous amount of courage it’s gonna be a difficult process for arias first fight honestly I would just recommend take it all in it’s a whole nother world try to just open your eyes open your ears and see as much as you can hey who are you well thank you thank you so much for being a part of this journey with me it’s gonna be uh we Road gonna be a lot of fun one of the individuals tasked with getting Oriya in proper condition to compete is Steve Zim an accomplished coach who has trained athletes including undefeated female boxing champion Laila Ali this is what I do for a living I train people to be the best at what they do arms down he’s what I would call skinny fat 12 and 3/4 you have way too much body fat for what we’re trying to do working with Steve to improve my strength and conditioning is not easy at all let’s do two minutes and see how you feel on this anything burning yet getting to a push-up and let’s see what we got going into this I knew one of my biggest weaknesses was my conditioning yes your blood sugar just dropped okay so why don’t we sit down this isn’t like going out and trying to run a 5k and just hope I finished the 5k this is way way up there you are gonna put your face your body on the line you have to make sure that you’re gonna come out of this hole that’s why we’re doing this otherwise you’re gonna get in there and find out that you don’t have what it takes it’s scary but if he puts himself in the right position works his butt off eats right shows up then we’re gonna have a big big change in him any which way he does not lose from this so your chin is where a lot of nerves are that’s kind of like one in the mean target areas so you always want that chin down and the eyes up coming out of retirement to teach aria the combat skills he’ll need to survive in the cage is Chris Riley a former champion and coach who once helped lead Quinton Rampage Jackson to capturing the UFC light heavyweight championship you’re basically what I call on the snowboard the minute I see that when Aria first reached out to me about this project my initial reaction was no first of all I’m not coaching fighters anymore so I didn’t really think it was something that I wanted to be involved in or or would necessarily even be the best person for him and then after giving it some thought the reality is during my time in the sport there were a lot of people coaching MMA who shouldn’t be coaching them at may you know we do have to remember it’s a grown man in there whose entire purpose is to hurt you as bad as possible you know I really thought to myself maybe I was actually the best person to help with this I’m not gonna keep punching hard here I’m a top top tapping I think the hardest part of the training process over the next three months Ferrari is going to be when we have to face some real contact that’s always when people start to learn whether or not this is something they really like doing or not so that that will be the you know kind of key determining factor as to how this is probably going to turn out I mean we’ve worked so hard and here we are it’s fight night now it’s gonna be what its gonna be it’s been it’s been a journey but I have a full full belief in him that he’ll he’ll do well he well he’s done everything he’s needed to do in preparation pick it off before you get in the cage yet I know there’s a lot of people who kind of laughed him off a little bit and whatnot but I know what he’s made of I know that he’s gonna go in there he’s gonna move a lot of people wrong that’s for sure [Applause] as training progresses chris is able to secure a gym for aria to train out of I’ve known Chris for a long time he was like a mentor to me he called me on Sunday and asked if I could help him out like with this project I could not say no you know of course I’d say yes hanging in a fight in three months is absolutely crazy and a dinky as the biggest pair of balls ever we actually Pat it up and got in the ring especially since he’s never fought anything he’s gonna have to get used to getting punches thrown at him he has to get used to getting kicks donut and he actually has to get used to getting beat up the sparring session was definitely a shock in the system it was like okay this is how it feels to get hit by someone who’s not even trying to really hurt you biggest challenges are teas in the face is mentally getting ready to train so on top of the fight training I’m supposed to do with Chris I also have five days a week with Steve doing a strength and conditioning work at his gym and then on weekends I’m also supposed to do cardio so there is no day of full rest for me while training multiple times a day Arya’s diet is also under scrutiny by the team at trifecta nutrition who are trying to help ensure that Aria comes in at his scheduled 145 pound featherweight limit trifecta basically came up with a diet plan it’s basically focused on just clean eating and making sure I’m hitting my macros so for example I’m supposed to hit 150 grams of protein in a day while keeping under 1900 calories the excitement of the first week falls away after the first week when you start to see how hard you’re pushing how hard you’re pushing this entire project seems to be the only thing on my mind I’m always thinking about things like my diet I’m wondering if I’m training hard enough I’m wondering who my opponent’s going to be I’m thinking about this constantly and it’s just it’s it’s a lot it’s a mental thing he’s never done it so I don’t know which way he’s gonna go it’s a combination yeah the physical but I I can handle the physical that’s not the problem it’s going to be up here if I’m trying to meet you in the side your leg or into your gut and you dump down to try and grab a double and eat that mean we will expect you to fight through that unfortunately because basically your face budding his knee at that point I mean like everybody I feel like this was unexpected for aria cuz he’s the like most gentle polite nice person but I’ve also like believed in him since the very beginning of this I feel like he can definitely do this I’m sure art is going through a little bit of nervousness but it’s gonna be okay you know usually nothing really hits until you walk like right in there and then they close the door and then that’s when everything gets real you know so you see what happens if you get choked out guess what then you wake up we’ll let you know who won okay I’m not gonna stop a choke I’m not gonna stop a choke [Applause] [Music] [Applause] it was very scary and intimidating they were they went in blood Oliver yeah I hope that doesn’t happen Arya we need to get into the mindset that we’re gonna see him get his ass beat even if he wins my first fight was fifty seconds where I got punched in the face and then I shot the worst double leg I’ve ever shot in my life and I got choked you know fighting is nothing to be taken like Leah it’s not a game the entire point of the sport is to hurt the other person that’s a reality that’s not often talked about I’m afraid of what your face is going to look like have you used me watching fights I’ve been watching a lot of fights in there like their eyes some people can’t open them when it comes to the dangers that exist in MMA the truth is there’s no limit to them and I took this on with that weight on my shoulders I mean I’m very aware of how bad it can get can you talk yes there’s the ability to tap out but you know what makes the person tap out is that they’re in so much pain they can’t take it anymore I feel like you wouldn’t done I feel like you would wait until you’re passed out yeah I I I told myself this now but yeah I my plan is I if he wants to where he’s gonna knock ya I’ve been real pleased with what I’ve seen from aria so far I think things are starting to come together I always get a lot stronger than when we first started I mean when we first started it was not spectacular now he’s picking up much heavier weights he’s break between sets are down to 30 seconds or less sometimes we’ll go 4 sets in a row with almost no break 5 10 seconds back on five seconds back on the biggest thing that’s gonna come there’s more of a mental issue that’s the biggest thing and fighting is your is your head I’m as far as for the other people on the in the school today as we’re going to kind of increase the toughness training sparring will probably be more of a factor no one’s gonna give you advice when you spar and now they’re gonna you up you know they’re gonna try to get you they’re gonna try to tag you and they will tag you they will tag you right ru is gonna get hit he’s gonna get hit pretty good at that moment is going to be real like the pain will be real the shock will be real everything will be real and then we’re gonna see in that moment where they still wants to do this or not I [Music] love you Aria but no I don’t think so I’m just gonna say no I’m just gonna go ahead and say no I don’t think he can fight someone he’s too nice I think that he’s going to lose I know that he’s going to lose he’s probably one of the softest people I know I honestly feel like he’s just gonna go into the match and get hit like a couple of times and like okay that’s cool that’s enough for the video every time you throws a punch he’s gonna apologize I know he’ll give it his all but I think it might be a waste of time mostly I get the impression that there’s an underdog within you that is trying to prove something through this experience and I’m wondering what that is when I think of MMA I think of just I guess I think about how fearless these these fighters are these men and women mm-hmm the courage it must take a common thing that is brought up as always people saying oh you you can’t do this you’re too nice to be able to do this and and you want to be fearless yeah one two body shot remember how you scooted on it you’re too far away oh and you dropped your right hand I’m trying my best friend to just sort of focus on why I’m doing this but at same time you know maybe all these people are right you know maybe I’m just not cut out for this I think you are putting a very hard timeline on yourself that’s making your challenge greater than the average person but is that a bad thing anytime anyone chooses the path less traveled what you’re gonna get from the peanut gallery is you know a bunch of doubt and negativity because most people honestly are afraid to take a road that’s not been traveled before you guys love to critique you would never have even made it to the cage because the minute your hands started getting wrapped your legs would get so weak that you would never make the walk from the dressing room to the cage in many ways I kind of resent the notion that I’m a nice guy I don’t like that label I like every day being friendly to people I like greeting people opening doors for them but I don’t like the idea that I’m incapable of switching that off the fact that Aria is such a nice guy is in no way shape or form related or connected to his ability to be successful in MMA I think the biggest myth is that we’re all a bunch of meatheads that just want to punch each other in the face and we’re all angry all the time completely not the case I think they’re some of you know the nicest most humble people on earth I think the true martial arts is humble and I think one of the main reasons for that is you get your butt kicked a lot one of the things that keeps drawing me back into the sport even as I try to get out is it’s always really nice guys I’m working with our heads so far he’s a really nice guy aria is really sweet down earth humble now whether or not he can you can turn that switch on to being a fighter is you know it’s completely up to him you know that that’s all in his head everyone has the capability of doing it whether or not you can do it in 3 months I guess we’ll see a big fire this I also just want to let you guys down like what if what if I lose I mean every fight one guy wins and one guy loses that’s sports that’s competition I’ve been training guys as you know for over a decade you think all my fighters won all the time no we don’t gain confidence and we don’t truly gain success without failures failure is one of the best ways than learning something and we’re so fearful of it I think in so many ways we create this false sense of security because of it and we never take risks we never take leaps of faith and I think you look at the special people in this world they’re doing something different you’re testing your own limits and you’re going to be stretching the boundaries of your identity and that’s an amazing experience for anyone to be able to be aware of you being accomplished it’s from the process and the journey not the outcome jab it head kick good breathe again good cross hook kick nice even though I tease you and I say it’s crazy and all that I wouldn’t be doing this I wouldn’t be coming here you know I’m taking an uber you know 30 minutes each direction right now like it if I thought this was a ridiculous waste of time and you weren’t capable I mean why would I sign up for it I believe in you I’ve seen this for a long time obviously I spoke to Daniel he thinks you can do it so if we think you can do it you can do it now what’s left is convincing yourself that you can do it it’s crazy for Aria to come in after four months of training a lot of these guys you know come out of the womb wrestling or doing karate or whatever it is so they have years and years and years the thing is if if you’re ready and if you can demonstrate a little bit of aptitude which she has you know we’ll give you a shot because so much of what we do isn’t just skill it’s all heart and mind you know you have to be strong to get in there I want your wrist firm so that way I wrap it too tight it’s impossible to really anticipate how someone’s going to react the first time they’ve ever done something like this it will for sure be in somewhat overwhelming experience for him but he is about to tackle something that’s very very difficult so I think he gets a lot of props for just going through with it this is how they filmed reality together just the way you guys attracted that happens ripples records one month before his scheduled fight Aria receives word from spar star that they’re being forced to push their event back until July 6th giving Aria an additional five weeks of training they were supposed to find me someone when I was June first but now that I mean at this point I don’t know like how much more experience I gonna have on May 31st Aria receives the news that his opponent has been found Kayson match a young fighter who recently lost his debut fight by decision I grew up in Chino California I’ve been training in total for a little bit over a year the past month or so has been tough it’s been law training but now knowing an opponent seeing a face it kind of just makes it all real and just gives me kind of like this this finishing line this end goal to barrel towards okay let’s see let’s see pics we have photos I’m thinking which one is he I can tell you this guy’s a real opponent I’ve always wanted to fight on my parents always told me no it’s homeschooled up until a junior high and then I eventually dropped out joined the army and now I’m here I mean he’s a military guy so that one one concern is that he is in really good shape the military does ingrain a certain level of conditioning also a certain level of fortitude the fact that he’s lost his first fight means nothing to me I mean tons of great fighters have lost their first fight I’m more scared somebody that loses in somebody who wins because when you lost you know what that feels like it doesn’t feel good and you can do anything kid not to lose again he wants that a career in MMA so it’s a lot more riding on this on him than Dario sorry hasn’t won one fight and done he’s already lost his first fight so he’s a chip on shoulder and I can’t want to lose I mean when you want you want only two starting off your career that’s bad my upcoming fight means a lot to me it’s only gonna be my second fight I’m trying to make a career out of this I want to go pro eventually and I want to make it with all the big guys I believe my first fight opened up my eyes to see the improvements I need to make that opponents hit me tough no joke the fact that he wants it doesn’t mean like he’s gonna be hungry and he has a lot to prove and he wants to live law but so is Aria like Aria has invested so much time and effort into this that like if Aria loses it’s not gonna be for lack of effort I think that in the beginning I was very skeptical of arias success rate and now like he really has been so dedicated so my expectations have already been surpassed now we’re at the point where there’s no time for doubt no time for fear it’s do-or-die time what’s up aria I think it’s crazy about again in this cage with me but props teaming on fight day casein weighs in three pounds over the 145 pound limit my cutting process was a very drastic this time I should have dyed it a lot sooner than I did and I had it cut a lot of weight in a short amount of time yeah it’s kind of tough that he didn’t make weight because that’s five pounds he has an argument just might replace it [Music] despite being at a disadvantage due to the weight difference with the risk of having the fight cancelled altogether Aria still agrees to take the match truthfully the the thing I’m most worried about fer Aria is that he wouldn’t get to showcase what he’s been working on I think the worst case scenario is he immediately gets taken down and submitted and so he can’t show off his stand-up training is grappling training I’m nervous like always don’t care who it is everybody gets nervous before if I just trying to calm the nerves my my last fight what was my first fight I have stuff I plan on doing it’s just a another stepping stone for me I feel like Aria is gonna give this everything he’s not half-assing any of it his progressions been fantastic at first I was hoping we get him through the first round then I was thinking maybe we can get him to finish this fight at this point he can win this he’s not weak you know the Aria is a pretty strong kid he gets hit and he hits back which is a great thing when it comes to my hopes and expectations I just want RIT to come out of this with positive feeling about himself and about the experience and I think that he’s done everything he can do to make that happen [Music] of course I have days where I’ve thought why do I do this why am I doing this to myself I do have a lot of mental doubt I think a lot of Fighters have self-doubt I think what brought me into fighting is doubt what brought me into fighting is fear I’ve always had a problem with confrontation so I think this is me forcing myself to deal with those fears I fight mainly because I think if I didn’t I would read it it’s 20 years down the line I don’t want to look back and say oh I wish I would have done this even when I came up with this dream people thought I was going crazy I’m like I’m not born to survive I want to leave I want to have this feeling that I’m leaving I’ve had people tell me this is stupid you shouldn’t do that while you’re spending your time in the gym go work full-time go do this go do that Riaan let’s go in the army again I’m in LA people ask me why are you doing this why are you doing this for a video why are you doing this for BuzzFeed and the thing is I’m not doing it for a video I’m not doing it for BuzzFeed I mean I guess the simple answer is that I’m just doing it for myself you cannot gain strength and wisdom without adversity I think you just have to have that faith in yourself and faith in your journey in France they said something like first take away a mountain when you have it fed you can climb a mountain without realized that amounted you don’t need to have a successful fight to have the I proved myself moment you don’t have anything to prove about who you are to anybody like you have nothing to prove to anybody [Applause] [Music] [Applause] here we go folks featherweight bout cases with a size advantage here also weighed in about six pounds heavier than Aria love the piece of headgear that Ryan speaks is way the exact is for the BuzzFeed documentaries with the referee Camden Aria come before calling that jab case a look at a counter with the reach a little bit he is not throwing out of it there’s a right hand although four months in a tie it looks like car has got a bit of a stance on him kind of the loops here some other information to make smart straining he’s certainly made the stand right gonna case in the throwing punches so he’s not afraid to get in there and mix it up he’s fought in the front headlock real danger getting guillotine the case in connect his hands there he goes [Applause] always tap as he taps no matter back he was driving though body shots okay he’s in trouble here though I can’t see the other indication hello well walked up it is do all the way out joking all the way the scale indeed so it’s audience at home unconscious here one is about 104 seconds in and are you hit the ball goes to sleep in his debut fighting a bush casein match now it looked like it wasn’t it’s weird because the past few months have been so frantic non-stop chaotic at times but now 24-hours before I actually fight someone it’s all just calm and whatever happens tomorrow win or lose it’s weird but it’s like it doesn’t really matter to me I started this whole journey trying to learn more about the world of MMA this this culture around fighting but if there’s one thing I’ve learned it is really that all of us we really are more than the labels people give us whatever lies ahead tomorrow and for whatever stick come after that I’m ready hey aria we’ve just gone through some really crazy whatever the result has been it’s an incredible accomplishment look you’d want to say that you’re a good guy and you did something that is pretty impossible for the average person to do win lose draw dude you’re my freakin hero I just want you to remember that that you got heart man you go hard you got balls I want you to take that that strength and we take it with you and everything else that you do in life it doesn’t matter you want to lose you know it just matters that you get in there you should be really proud of yourself however it worked out I’m super proud of you I believe you know you’re gonna get out of this a better stronger man with a great story and an experience that will last you a lifetime I think what makes someone a fighter is truly did their mentality so much of what a fighter is is what you don’t see it’s their heart is the determination through persistence when you’re beating up another fighter or winning a fight with ease I think it’s easy to say that oh you know they’re a great fighter I think a true fighter is the one that is dealing with the struggles dealing with the adversity has the ability to suffer and training and perhaps suffer in a fight and find success in one way shape or form I think we’re all fighting in different ways and I think that’s why we have a lot of admiration for people in combat sports is we do see a piece of ourselves and if we don’t see a piece of ourselves we see something that inspires something in us because we all are fighting in some way shape or form and I think when you see someone who can really deal with adversity and answer with courage that’s what a fighter is it’s not necessarily whether they’re winning or losing it’s how they respond to chaos look at the commitment that isn’t somebody that came in here to have a good time and oh I’m gonna do a show about fighting this is a guy who became a fighter [Music] [Music] coming something says [Music] when [Music] [Music] see [Music] you you

100 Replies to “I Trained To Become An MMA Fighter In 4 Months

  1. Hey there! Thanks to everyone that took the time to watch this, I know it’s a pretty long video! I hope you enjoyed it. Since there were a lot of deleted scenes, I’m going to be doing a follow-up video where I talk about the actual workouts, diet, the fight and more – so if you have any questions about my experience, please reply below and I’ll answer some of them in the video! You’re also welcome to slide into my DMs @ariainthavong – if you do that, please also name me your favorite ABBA song. Thanks! ❤️

  2. Aria, this is the first video ive seen of you… And I think you should keep going. Lifestyle or hobby, you started something, who knows where this sport will take you… You said it yourself, whatever comes, you're ready.

  3. I started learning mma at 5 I’m 14 but tbh boxing ran in my family and my grandpa was a boxer. Honestly these guys aren’t that good no offense

  4. Well done mate, I didn’t think you’d put up much resistance in there. But you proved me wrong.

    Well done. I take my hat off too you.

  5. Big up yourself Aria! A lot of people place importance on the result, but your biggest accomplishment was overcoming your doubts to step into the ring and compete in the first place.

  6. He did not fight a pro. He fought an amateur who's only been training for a year.
    Quite a misleading title

  7. As someone who trains and wants to compete, I found this to be incredibly inspiring. Especially hearing the other fighters talk about what they're fighting for, and what it Means to be a fighter. Putting your body on the line, along with your pride and emotional health, in order to confront and overcome a fear, to achieve a difficult goal, while battling the inevitable self doubt, hoping to learn to overcome that as well. I wish he wouldve won, but it's cool that this video empathizes that it's not about winning; it's about Trying. Because it's better to live a life where you fought and struggled and learned and grew, than to essentially not know what it's like to live at all. I have so much respect for people who understand what this sport is really about, and take it seriously

  8. Such a typical Californian attitude from these co workers, bland, unsupportive, negative and just pure evil in disguise. I really hate fake people. They are so much full of themselves and miserable.

  9. Aria, you are an inspiration to everyone who watches this and to everyone who knows you. You have embodied the warrior’s spirit and for that I tip my hat to you. Keep it up — you’re kicking ass in life man.

  10. Bro you didn't respect the game. Training very little grappling and all striking. Is like just wanting to hit in baseball and not knowing how to catch.

  11. The guy that wanted to make fighting his career misses weight… smh.
    It’s not that hard to cut weight properly.

  12. Idc I have the upmost respect for this guy. Even more that he didn't tap. You my friend are a ultimate warrior.

  13. Wow a waste of time!? What kind of friend or support is that and really? Most of them saw him failing with and had very little support. That’s so cool and happy for him and I believe he found himself with all that he did.

  14. Please upload arias next fight! I took my first fight with only 3 months in a gym so I know alot about what he was feeling, and I'd definitely like to see how is next fight goes.

  15. Jesus, this reminds me of why I can’t work in an office. Time for you to beat them all up now and show them paaaaaain

  16. Not trying to be a dick or anything, but this video just means that you can train for three years and never make it to an amateur fight but as long as you have connections you can join a pro fight in 4 months

  17. All that build up to get standing guillotined, I mean getting out of that is probably the easiest thing to do in terms of jiu jitsu, step your hip next to theirs, hook the far leg, lift and drive, boom you’re in side control and you can ground and pound for days, goes to
    Show you can learn the basics of how to throw a punch but you damn sure can’t grapple on 4 months of training, hope he gets better at jiu jitsu and gets back in the ring, he definitely wanted it which is a plus

  18. Hey Aria! Man, what a rollercoaster!! Thanks for not only putting it all on the line, but for documenting everything and sharing it with all of us, seriously great inspirational stuff. I just went through an amateur boxing reality show as well where they trained us up for close to 2 months and then had us face off, and for you to take that on against an experienced opponent in a sport where there's no 16 ounce gloves or headgear… that's ballzy as hell! I'm sure I'm not the only one here who cant wait to cheer you on at your next fight!!!

  19. They should have focused way wayyyy more on grappling. Everyone knows how to strike and can pick it up easier, but barely anyone knows a ton on grappling. You can beat a trailer with a grappling situation, but you can beat a grappling situation with striking.

    Just look at Khabib v Conor, look how easily Khabib picked up grappling and how he could beat him with the little striking he knew

  20. so to get into MMA, i need to take 4 months off from college, get UFC level training, and an overpriced meal plan and I'll be set. BET! ???

  21. I have been training kickboxing for 3 years and i have so much respect for ari because mma is a totally different world.

  22. MMA is a ruthless sport. Aria got destroyed but kudos to him for not quitting. Fair play to him for steping into the cage.

  23. Your name is aria, like the badass stark. You got this BRO!!
    Also I saw francis ngannou and started doin backflips.

  24. He was actually winning that fight up until the choke the skill was bad but the other guy was so stiff and it looked like if the fight would have continued and the choke would not have happened i could see aria connecting with a ko punch

  25. The most important thing is that he stepped into that cage and actually gave a good fight. Also, he took little to no damage, much worse could happen in the cage, he got to have the experience without getting head trauma. Really cool how people can get into MMA and have the experience without having life changing injuries.

  26. Fighting a mma fight in only 4 months of training is insane. Much respect ✊?. If only he did some grappling work and more all around fighting training it would have helped him in that fight. Stay away from those toxic ppl talking down on you…

  27. All his co workers bashing him for doing this. All they do is sit behind a desk day after day while this dude is doing something different. Something that takes a lot of courage. Most of the buzzfeed employees look like they haven't seen a day in the gym

  28. The 0-1 guy that beat aria (Kasen) fought again 3 weeks later & got submitted at 1:44 of round 1.
    BY a fighter that was himself 0-2.

    Kasen is now 1-2 with his only win being this one over Aria.

    Just trying to keep it alittle real.
    Aria fought a beginner. A not very good beginner

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