During the latest episode of my podcast, Check-In with @DaveMMAdden, I was joined by Brandon Olson, a newly minted professional, and Bubba Sorgman, the promoter of an amateur organization known as Panda Cup.
Olson ditched the amateur ranks earlier this year, nearly taking the arm of his opponent home with him in the first round at Dragon House 29. This young prospect is eager to cross the cage’s threshold again, though it’s been a bit of struggle to lock down a dance partner and fly the flags of his gyms: Combat Sports Academy (CSA) and the Nick Diaz Academy. To discover more about Olson’s mindset on managing his developing career, check out this episode!
Sorgman is one of three in charge of Panda Cup, a promotion serving three separate helpings of the hurt business. Sharing the workload with his partners, Anthony Bivins and Eric Miller, Sorgman described what patrons can expect when attending their upcoming event on December 8, 2018: Panda Cup 6. I will be in attendance live streaming all fifty of Panda Cup 6’s bouts on the NorCal Mixed Martial Arts Facebook page (link here), which features youth MMA, submission-only grappling, and amateur MMA, and Sorgman dives into the many details while visiting the show.
Episode 15 of Check-In with @DaveMMAdden streamed live on Facebook and YouTube.
An audio version is also available on Podbean.