Welcome to my brewery scoring criteria. I love to travel and everywhere I go, I ask the same question - what's the best local beer? I have been to breweries all over the world and tasted beer from almost every continent. I still wouldn't call myself an expert, I'm just a guy who likes beer… Continue reading Bill’s Brewery Scoring Criteria
There's no wrong way to enjoy an ice cold Tecate Mexican Lager. You can definitely just pop the top and enjoy. Some people like to make a michelada, which is basically a bloody Mary made with beer. Some like it in a frosted mug with lime juice at the bottom and a salted rim. Personally,… Continue reading How to Drink Tecate
UFC Fight Night 150 from Sunrise, Florida this past weekend was an event packed with old school Jiu Jitsu, epic striking exchanges, wacky judges' decisions and for me... Funky Buddha beer. Jim Miller celebrating his 19th UFC win at Fight Night 150 in Sunrise, Florida I haven't attended a live UFC event since before my… Continue reading UFC Ft. Lauderdale on the Rocks
A brief biography on UFC Lightweight Matt "Steamrolla" Frevola.
"He's just too big for him," "size will definitely be a factor," "the key variable is the size difference." These are all terms we have heard countless times leading up to fights. Fans and analysts alike talk about size being such a tremendous advantage. This idea is largely a myth and even though there is… Continue reading Can’t Stand the Weight
Wrestling is one of the most crucial skills to possess as an MMA fighter yet many see wrestlers as the bad guys. Here is my theory as to why.
Fighter pay is one of the most consistently hot topics in the world of mixed martial arts. When compared to other sports, MMA doesn't pay out even close to the same percentage of revenue. A lot of this is due to the cost of running a global corporation that requires up-to-date marketing, public relations and… Continue reading Free Agency in MMA – Risk vs Reward