PRLog - Apr. 22, 2014 - POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- UFC fighters are at the top of their craft in the Mixed Martial Arts world. The fighters at any level or division have to train and be coached by the best in the business. The expression iron sharpens iron come to mind and it is an apt comparison. UFC fighters need to not only stay abreast with the latest trends in Martial arts, they need to be ahead of the curve. Jim Miller has been fighting the best lightweights on the planet for years now and needs to be challenged in every possible way in training. Charlie Brenneman is a UFC veteran that recently dropped down in weight and has reallly committed to sticking around in the UFC. Both of these tough competitors train with and seek out the coaching of Precision MMA's own Brian Mclaughlin.
Brian Mclaughlin is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black-Belt who also brings a wealth of experience in MMA to any training session. Brian fought MMA for a few years and even made it onto a season of the Ultimate Fighter. While he had success in MMA, he really found his place training and preparing others for fights. His knowledge of every phase of the game really helps and he can offer useful insights into the latest updates on the BJJ world.
Charlie Brenneman has a strong background in wrestling and has been fighting professionally in 2007. Brenneman has an impressive 19-6 record with ten of those wins by coming by way of stoppage. His ability to take down even seasoned wrestlers has taken him very far in the fight game. Charlie has sought out Brian for additional training and makes his way up to Precision MMA to work on his fighting skills. Brian's work has really brought some improvements to
Charlie's varied attacks and their work together should provide opponents with real problems.
Jim Miller is a perenial UFC lightweight contender who has an outstanding 23-4 record. All of his losses come against former or current UFC champions or challengers and 16 of his wins come by way of stoppage. Jim also has solid wresltling, but recently he has been submitting guys left and right. His slick armbar finish of BJJ Black-Blet Fabricio Camoes shocked people and really let them know where his skills where at. Miller's guard work has been lauded by some people in the MMA world such Eddie Bravo. Eddie said that Miller is "the first person to come to mind when I think of a current fighter with a sick guard." This is very high praise for such an influential figure to bestow on someone who started his career as a wrestler.
UFC 172 promises to be a great card. Be sure to root for Brenneman and Miller and look for Precision MMA's Brian Mclaughlin to be in both their corners.
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