Plenty of action to recap this past week at VFD Sports, let’s get to it:
Clay ‘The Carpenter’ Guida snapped a picture with drummer Yesod Williams of the reggae band Pepper.
Leonard ‘Bad Boy’ Garcia tweets that training camp is going great and that he misses his daughter. Garcia is preparing for his fight at UFC 155 in Las Vegas against Cody McKenzie.
Also training to do battle at UFC 155 is Erik ‘Goyito’ Perez. Perez is seen here after a training sessions with fellow VFD Athletes Leonard Garcia and Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone. Check out this MMAmania.com exclusive article with Erik Perez. For more information on Perez’s fight, check out this exclusive VFD Sports article.
It was announced last week that Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone will finally get the fight he’s been wanting against Anthony Pettis. The fight will go down January 26 in Chicago at UFC on Fox 6.
Travis ‘Hapa’ Browne posted this picture to his instagram account. See what he had to say here.
We would like to send a big shout out and congratulations to our friend and exclusive VFD Sponsor Cory Gregory of MusclePharm for making it to the cover of Inside Fitness magazine. MusclePharm also played a large roll at UFC 154 this past weekend as they sponsored 6 athletes.
Bart ‘Bartimus’ Palaszewski posted this picture of his Movember mustache. Looking good Bart!
Edson Barboza Jr. is ready for his trip to New Jersey with some great swag provided by exclusive VFD Sports sponsor MusclePharm.
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