“This is a great collaboration. I’m excited to be with FPG,” Sinclair said. “I want to please the fans and develop a long lasting relationship with them. I’m glad to be in the MMA scene, I love the rush and I hope the fans get off on it as much as I do.”
Sinclair became involved in competitive mixed martial arts in his early 20s, while living in Texas, and reached a level where he said he was “good enough to make money.”
“Brazilian Jiu Jitzu and shoot-fighting are two styles I fight with,” Sinclair said. “I’ve entered a few competitions in the professional league. I’ve been in about seven tournaments.
“Yeah, I like to fight for the crowd. I like it when they yell and get all up in it,” Sinclair added. “I especially like taking on opponents larger than me, it’s a challenge and a thrill, and people go crazy for that. I like to prove my ability. Not that I go around picking fights. But when people try to instigate fights with me, I’m quick to put up my fists. I don’t care how big they are. I always rise to the challenge.”
FPG Entertainment released two titles last year; its debut title “Punks” and followed by boxing-themed release “TopDawgs.”
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