Share Mark Henry says he deserved Now the familiar players are all gathered for UFC 205 in November, as Edgar will fight for my kids and especially as a coach,» Henry told MMA Fighting.
Trainer Mark Henry, center, shows former UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman a replay video of his workout in New Jersey on March 16, 2016.
Mark Henry began his pugilistic career as a boxer at 12 years old, boxed for the US Army and continuously trained and conditioned all his adult life. Mark Henry and Frankie Edgar. Henry’s career training fighters didn’t begin until about ten years ago when he met Frankie Edgar.
As Chris Weidman prepares for his June rematch with middleweight champion Luke Rockhold, he’s looking to sharpen his tools by adding another top striking coach to help him during training.
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RENOWNED mixed martial arts coach Mark Henry reckons several of his fighters would wipe the floor with Conor McGregor if he decided to return to the featherweight division. McGregor, 19-3, claimed the 145-pound with a devastating victory over Jose Aldo at UFC 194 last December. However, ‘The
Head coach Mark Henry talks about Eddie Alvarez becoming the new UFC lightweight champion, transitioning his focus to Frankie Edgar now and more.
Henry, of course, believes Alvarez is the one to dethrone Khabib and hand the Dagestani his first professional loss, citing ‘The Underground King’s’ underrated wrestling and jiu-jitsu.
Eddie Alvarez’s coach Mark Henry doesn’t believe John Kavanagh has done much for featherweight champion Conor McGregor and says he’s not sure what Eddie Alvarez’s next move will be, but insists the champion will be ready for anyone the UFC want him to fight.