UFC Champ Dominick Cruz Talks Game Plans, Urijah Faber, Supporting The Troops

By Todd Jackson

It doesn’t happen often, sometimes it is hard to identify as it is happening, but every now and then the winds of change blow through the sport of MMA. At times those winds are like a small breeze, at other times they are gale force hurricane winds.

Spanning back to the days of Don Frye incorporating multiple disciplines into his fighting style almost two decades ago, change has gripped this sport and often MMA has celebrated those who forced both athletes and fans to see this game in a new light.

Another example of course would be Georges St-Pierre, a man who has forced the issue of not only cross training, but becoming elite at all elements of this game as opposed to excelling at one area and just being knowledgeable in others. Now a fighter must be the complete master of all his crafts, not just the one he is good at naturally.

The blueprint has been re-written time and time again.

 

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