Dayton, OH (PRWEB) October 28, 2012
California-based Sports Research Corporation, the makers of Sweet Sweat thermogenic workout enhancer, handpicks Brian “the Predator” Rogers as an MMA middleweight fighter worthy of full sponsorship. Taking a close look at his track record proves that he is an MMA fighter to watch out for in the years to come. At the age of 28, the MMA middleweight fighter from Independence, Ohio has had a total of 13 fights, 9 of which he won and 8 by KO. The Bellator 78 Fighting Championship on the 26th of October, 2012, 8P/7C against main card Dominique Steele, a fellow Ohioan, gives him an opportunity to bounce back from losing to Andreas Spang via knockout in the Bellator season 6 semi-finals. He has said that after losing by knockout to Spang, he has only grown smarter and even more dangerous as a contender.
His ferocity in the cage as an MMA warrior is also enhanced by his use of Sweet Sweat Thermogenic Workout Enhancer to cut weight weeks before his actual fight. In fact, the Bellator 78 main card fight is not the only fight where he had utilized Sweet Sweat’s thermogenic properties to cut weight, and enjoy longer workouts with reduced risks of aches, cramps and muscle pulls. He employed the benefits of Sweet Sweat’s thermogenic effects weeks before the Bellator 61 championship fight (on March 16, 2012) where he faced up against Vitor Vianna. Rogers won via knockout in just the 1st round.
He spoke about using Sweet Sweat to help cut weight before the Bellator 61 fight and had remarked that the thermogenic product also opened up the pores and warmed the core for a faster burn. He was indeed in top fighting form for his match up with Vianna. His aggressive style and background in Karate and wrestling, coupled with a talent for playing to the crowd makes any match (whether he wins or loses) worth watching. In fact, his on-the-edge-of-the-seat fight with Vianna is still the most downloaded fight on youtube.
Sweet Sweat figures in his workout scheme once again for the Bellator 78 Fighting Championship. It will remain a constant in his workout routine despite his change in game plan. Part of getting smarter and better as a fighter according to Rogers is to get to experience a variety of training styles. And he has certainly been changing training locations and working with different experts to ensure that he has what it takes to face his latest opponent, Dominique Steele.
This main card match has all the elements of an explosive match. Both Rogers and Steele are hungry for the championship and looking to bounce back from devastating losses to opponents. Both have stoppage victories under their belts. Both are training their eyes on a win to secure a spot in the next 185-pound tournament.
With Sweet Sweat, Brian “the Predator” Rogers not only cuts weight, he also keeps himself in fighting form against any formidable opponents.