These amazing sponsorships have allowed us to recover 700+ hours of never-seen-before footage from now defunct YouTube Pay-Per-View channel http://LiveGrappling.com (which now points to our main channel, 100% Free and fully sponsored).
Meet UFC Fighter FRANKIE “The Answer” EDGAR at Autism Casino Night Saturday September 24 in Totowa New Jersey – Get Tickets Now at: http://AutismRadio.org/Tickets –
Meet-A-Fighter from Autism Radio presents Former Ultimate Fighting Lightweight Champion, Frankie “The Answer” Edgar at Autism Radio Casino Night, Saturday, September 24 in Totowa, New Jersey
TOTOWA, NEW JERSEY -Autism Radio is hosting their 2nd annual Casino Night Fundraiser for Autism and welcome special meet-and-greet charity guest, Mixed Martial Arts Superstar, Frankie “The Answer” Edgar on Saturday, September 24, from 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm at The Bethwood in Totowa, New Jersey. Less than sixty tickets remain, reserve yours today at: http://AutismRadio.org/Tickets
Autism Radio is a non-profit organization that assists families whose children are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The Casino Night on September 24th will be a full night of entertainment, Meet-And-Greet with Franke Edgar, a cocktail hour, a complete dinner buffet, and an open premium bar all night long. An initial set of Autism Fundraiser Casino chips is also given to guests so they can start gambling to make more money to donate to our charity. The Mixed Martial Arts, Grappling and Jiu Jitsu community can help us by purchasing tickets, sponsoring our event, donating gift baskets or raffles and of course by buying tickets and coming with friends and family. For sponsorship and donation information, email: Paul@AutismRadio.org or make a donation directly at: http://AutismRadio.org/Donate
Autism Radio, 501c3 is made up of a full volunteer staff and a Board of Directors. Every $.90 cents of $1.00 generated at this event is used towards programs that we support including many different family assistance, community outreach, development and signature programs throughout New Jersey. AutismRadio.org features a half-hour syndicated radio show called, “Hope Saves the Day” which is dedicated towards educating and assisting the Autistic community. We also offer additional programs to those that cannot get assistance through their school districts or insurance plans; Team Hope Swim Program partnered with the Special Olympics, Horses for Hope partnered with horse ranches nationwide and iPads and Tablets for Autism, which focus on assisting non-verbal children with autism the training and tools to assist in the communication development.
Autism Radio also offer discounts on tools for the ASD population by selling Snap-Laces and Autism Parenting Magazine at AutismRadio.org, plus offer volunteer based Life Coaching to families challenged with Autism every month plus our MY ID Medical Bracelets that are help changing the world and protecting our children and the Autism Community alike. Get more information on Autism at: http://AutismRadio.org
Can you do the Lucky Sevens challenge above in less than 30 minutes? Let us know YOUR time and if you record it for us to post to YouTube, we’ll send you a Free TapouT T-Shirt.
If you don’t work out with Kettlebells, you are missing out on some of the best grappling and jiu jitsu and peak athletic performance training available in the world today. New Kettlebells from our sponsor, Onnit at: http://StressExpo.com
Please listen to this interview and life strategy discussion with former UFC Fighters, Kurt “Batman” Pellegrino and Joe “Daddy” Stevenson who fought each other back in August 2007 to a decision-war, which could have gone either way. Kurt broke his hand on Joe’s face and Joe broke his nose – they are competitive and both submission grappling masters in their own right. We discuss some very important LIFE CYCLE discussions that need to happen for ALL FIGHTERS in their career.
It was a cold March in 2000 in Staten Island, New York. I arrived at 630am at the Grapplers Quest venue to find a sleeping Dan “Punkass” Caldwell in his car. It was the only way he could afford to sponsor the $1,000 prize. In October of 2000, Grapplers Quest hosted the first Pro Absolute ever. Who paid the cash prize? TapouT.
They were the original sponsor of grappling and will forever hold a special place in my heart. Thank you Skrape, Punkass and Mask for believing in yourselves and US all!