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November 8, 2011 | By Ted Gruber and For RedEye
When the offseason hits, many baseball players concentrate on recharging. Reed Johnson, on the other hand, puts the batting gloves away and puts on another type of gloves. Living in Las Vegas is the best of both worlds for the former Cub who recently became a free agent. During the winter, Johnson engages in MMA training with many UFC fighters. Forrest Griffin, Frank Trigg and Frank Mir all have showed Johnson what it takes to enter the Octagon. Johnson talked with Redeye about how he was introduced to mixed martial arts and how it gives him an edge on the diamond.
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July 4, 2012 | By Ted Gruber and For RedEye
It turns out that basketball isn't the only sport that gets Stacey King riled up. The Bulls TV broadcaster is a huge mixed martial arts fan, and he traded a few punches - figuratively, that is - with RedEye ahead of UFC 148 (9 p.m. Saturday, pay-per-view). Oh, and he still can't stand those Bad Boy Detroit Pistons.   What first interested you about MMA? I have been a big fan since going back to UFC 1. The format that was you had to fight four people in a night with no weight classes is what drew me to the sport.
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SPORTS
July 4, 2012 | By Ted Gruber and For RedEye
It turns out that basketball isn't the only sport that gets Stacey King riled up. The Bulls TV broadcaster is a huge mixed martial arts fan, and he traded a few punches - figuratively, that is - with RedEye ahead of UFC 148 (9 p.m. Saturday, pay-per-view). Oh, and he still can't stand those Bad Boy Detroit Pistons.   What first interested you about MMA? I have been a big fan since going back to UFC 1. The format that was you had to fight four people in a night with no weight classes is what drew me to the sport.
SPORTS
November 8, 2011 | By Ted Gruber and For RedEye
When the offseason hits, many baseball players concentrate on recharging. Reed Johnson, on the other hand, puts the batting gloves away and puts on another type of gloves. Living in Las Vegas is the best of both worlds for the former Cub who recently became a free agent. During the winter, Johnson engages in MMA training with many UFC fighters. Forrest Griffin, Frank Trigg and Frank Mir all have showed Johnson what it takes to enter the Octagon. Johnson talked with Redeye about how he was introduced to mixed martial arts and how it gives him an edge on the diamond.
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