A Day in the Life of Jeff Monson, Part 6- What’s left for his MMA career?

The Fight Nerd June 17, 2011 1

Most people know MMA’s favorite anarachist, Jeff “The Snowman” Monson from his fights, but there is much more to Monson that smashing his fists into other people’s jaws, as we learn in the sixth episode of this eight-part documentary series created exclusively by Kimurawear!

Monson, who is making his long-anticipated Strikeforce debut against Daniel Cormier this weekend at the second round of the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix, spoke with MMA event commentator and “The Voice of MMA in South Florida” Jen Boronico about what is left in his MMA career. With a record of 42 wins and 11 losses against fighters like UFC alumni Chuck Liddell, Tim Sylvia, Ricco Rodriguez, Roy Nelson, Travis Wiuff, and Pedro Rizzo, Monson has seen his share of victories and defeats. The two discuss his goals in the sport and if they were all accomplished and why he fights, for money or for competition?

Stay tuned next week for the seventh episode in this series as this all leads up to the grand finale in part eight, where Monson takes long time sponsors’ slogan to a next level, “Making Extreme a Life,” as he gets the Kimurawear Brand Logo tattooed on his body as a show of ultimate respect to the World’s #1 Extreme Sports Brand.


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