Listen, let’s be real for a second.
If you want to fight, you’re probably different from most people.
Fighting comes with the highest of highs and the lowest of lows and by the nature of the sport, you need to be willing to take risks.
So what draws fighters to the sport? Is it the highs? Is it the thrill of the lows?
For MMA up and comer Jerald Spohn, it is both.
“I think it is the upside. I’ve always been a go-big or go-home kind of guy. Even in football, I was allowed to call audibles as a WR, and I would do it if I could beat the man… even if it failed, I would get my ass ripped. I’m willing to bet on myself on anything and everything,” Spohn says to ONE37pm.