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Ryan Couture: Making a name for himself in the MMA World
Ryan Couture: Making a name for himself in the MMA World

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AIR DATE: September 20, 2011

Ryan Couture grew up watching fights. That's because his dad is Randy Couture, the UFC Hall of Famer - one of the fighters who put MMA on the map. Ryan made his debut with Strikeforce MMA last year, and fights next week. So how do you make a name for yourself, when your Dad pioneered the sport? And how does Ryan plan to grab a title one day?
 
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Ryan Couture, Strikeforce MMA fighter
 
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I'm not an MMA fan. I've watched some and it does not interest me. In fact I consider it the mainstream edge indicator of blood sport in the US - aka another sign of US societal decline. Still Ryan Couture was a surprisingly articulate guest and the perversions of the financial sector are a cause of US decline rather than just an indicator.
aunty palinSep 20, 2011 12:02:32 PM
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