Frank Trigg reflects on career, Rivalries, today’s welterweight division

February 9, 2015

Welterweight legend Frank Trigg stops by Submission Radio for a look back on his career as well as an update into what he does now in his post fight career. Twinkle Toes talks about his intense UFC rivalries with guys such as Matt Hughes, Matt Serra, and Georges st Pierre, why he got under his opponents skin so much, his classic fight against Matt Hughes and what would have happened if he had won, becoming a stunt man for movies and film and why it pays much better than fighting MMA, his thoughts on the anti UFC lawsuit and if he’ll be a part of it, Robbie Lawler as a long term champ and if he’ll hold on to the belt like GSP, becoming an MMA ref under Big John McCarthy and the uppercut that Robbie landed on him when he was unconscious, being a part of the Rumble on the Rocks Tournament that featured guys like Anderson Silva, Yushin Okami, Carlos Condit and Jake Shields, his time in Pride FC and Japan, Donny, Bruce Lee as an actor not a fighter, the one thing he would teach people for self defense, his time in TNA Wrestling, his upcoming movie “Street” featuring Matt Mitrione, Uriah Hall, Emanuel Newton, Jay Heiron and others, as well as heaps more.

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