The former rock star who left music to impress the UFC


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The former rock star who left music to impress the UFC

A new great fighter from UFC has a very particular history, after being a rock star and wanting something new. Brian OrtegaA 29-year-old American set a good start with his rapid rise in the leading Mixed Martial Arts company. After becoming more and more known in sports, he himself spoke with the press and highlighted a very important part of his life: his love for music.

“I feel at peace now, so it has definitely helped. All of this has definitely helped. Before, I felt like I was living life in the fast lane. Especially since my agent works twice as hard. It’s not like fighters where you fight and then you’re good. He says, ‘No, champ, look at this. After fighting, you can have a week break. If you ain’t broke, I already prepared you to fly to Chicago, I prepared you to fly to New York. I have this, I have that, “he began.

At the same time, Brian He said, “Obviously when you’re making money, you’re making moves, it feels good. Living on the fast track has its great things, it’s a bit lonely but you listen to it all the time. It’s lonely at the top. So to me I was like, ‘Fuck it, it’s lonely. Hotels are my new home. ‘ That is why airplanes and hotels are what I call home. But when everything stops and you have that lack of love and you finally see how good the other side is also and life is a little slower, you learn, at least I learned, to appreciate things more ».

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“I was able to connect with my people again, after the Holloway fight. And they said, ‘Yes, they have disconnected us on a different level. We are proud of you, so we won’t tell you anything, we want you to keep winning. But once this happened, we got Brian back. Hearing that from everyone, not just a friend or two friends, but my parents and my sisters, my family and everyone was like, ‘F * ck, I’m sorry. I didn’t even see it. ‘ I can finally train and improve everything again, “he added to his words.

To end, Brian Ortega does not let go of emotions and anxiety for its present in UFC: “When you’re in a relationship for a long time, you learn to hate whoever you are and I think that’s normal. I think everyone who has been there for more than 15 years can relate to me. Or anyone who has had some kind of relationship with something or someone. You just get to a point where it’s too much work or you’re too comfortable with that or whatever, you don’t have those butterflies anymore. Like everything, ‘I’m excited to keep doing this.’


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