UFC 206: Cub Swanson Drives A Cheap Car, Wants To Stop Worrying About His Financial Future

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MMA H.E.A.T.’s Wade Eck spoke to veteran UFC Featherweight Cub Swanson about fighting rising star Doo Ho Choi at UFC 206. Cub talks about the stylistic match-up, rediscovering his love of fighting and his desire to see fighters get a bigger piece of the UFC’s pie when it comes to their paychecks.

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Wade Eck is an experienced and accomplished senior marketing strategist and video producer. He’s advised over 200 business owners with their social strategy and content publishing guidelines; he personally managed multiple accounts which reached 150k to 1 million subscribers. He’s filmed, edited and distributed 3200+ YouTube videos which have accumulated 190 million+ views, 23 cable television episodes and two live PPV sporting events. His work has aired on ESPN, FS1, Rede Globo, UFC and more!

27 Comments on "UFC 206: Cub Swanson Drives A Cheap Car, Wants To Stop Worrying About His Financial Future"

  1. He said it, his "awkwardness" translates to unorthodox way of fighting. Cub is an awesome overall martial artist, meaning he has so many weapons on his feet and on the ground and the way he transitions to both is art in itself. When Doo Hoi Choi called him out, I thought that was a mistake. I hope Cub can take the belt but he has a tough road ahead. This weight division is stacked with some of the toughest and most talented fighters in UFC's division.

  2. He said it, his "awkwardness" translates to unorthodox way of fighting. Cub is an awesome overall martial artist, meaning he has so many weapons on his feet and on the ground and the way he transitions to both is art in itself. When Doo Hoi Choi called him out, I thought that was a mistake. I hope Cub can take the belt but he has a tough road ahead. This weight division is stacked with some of the toughest and most talented fighters in UFC's division.

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