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The Clint Cronin Show

Clint Cronin is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt, entrepreneur, technologist and on-air personality. With nearly 12 years of jiu jitsu training he has had the opportunity to meet and learn from me of the best instructors and competitors on the planet. This show is about Clint's journey to live life on his terms. He shares his experiences and introduces you to some interesting people and show how Jiu Jitsu has changed their lives as well. He is stepping out of his role building the systems responsible for some of the biggest tech companies in Silicon Valley and following his dreams. The message of this journey is simple: with hard work, belief in yourself and passion anything is possible.
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Nov 28, 2016

Art Davie came up with the idea for a little something called the UFC. As an American Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt I can tell everyone without a doubt my life would be completely different without Art's creation and hard work. It was an honor and a pleasure to sit down with a true legend and founder of mixed martial arts. His book "Is This Legal" is available on Amazon and anywhere else books are sold so get it. After you listen to this episode you'll be begging for an audiobook version ( just like I was ! ). Enjoy the show and check out Is This Legal? The Book !

 

About Art Davie :
Art Davie is a business executive and entrepreneur formerly active in Southern California advertising circles.[1] In 1993, he created and co-produced the tournament which became the televised Ultimate Fighting Championship.[2][3][4] In 1998, Davie, as vice-president of K-1 USA, brought the successful K-1kickboxing franchise from Japan to Las Vegas and North American pay-per-view television.[5] In 2003, Davie was an executive producer with Mandalay Sports Entertainment. In 2006, he became vice-president of television at Paradigm Entertainment Group.[6] In 2014, Ascend Books published Davie's book, Is This Legal?: The Inside Story of the First UFC from the Man Who Created It.[7] Sean Wheelock assisted in the book's research and writing. In November 2014, Davie was inducted into the Legends of MMA Hall of Fame, alongside Big John McCarthy, Pat Miletich, Fedor Emelianenko, and Rickson Gracie.

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