Saturday, January 16, 2010

Great show last night. It was real cool to see and talk to the amateur fighters. It's hard to go started in this sport. It takes a lot of sacrifice.


Anonymous,  January 18, 2010 at 2:17 PM  

Glad that you had a good time ..I met you along with my other son Chris (who's special needs) we were there for the first time to watch my oldest son's fight ..very intense I must say. Thank you for being so kind to us!
As a parent (mom) it was definately a very emotional night for me ..I am so proud of my son, it's been his life long dream to do MMA fighting, He's never had any formal training really, just watches every MMA fight out there and learns by example, he has more heart then anyone I know :O)
Again, thank you!! And it was truly an honor in meeting you!! Ohhh and thank you for posing for the camera for us as well :O)

A friend
Kristi :O)

LilRunt January 24, 2010 at 11:39 PM  

ohh ...he probably doesn't remember me?! *sniff*

LilRunt January 24, 2010 at 11:40 PM  

Ohh and yeah ..both these posts are mine ..I didn't know how to post the first one correctly bad.

Hope your doing well Mr.Jardine ..

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I was born in Butte, Montana.
A proud town known for its hard nosed rough sort of people. From there, I moved to a small town in Central Oregon where I spent a number of years before moving to Southern California. This is where I went to Canoga Park High School and then LA pierce Junior College.

I spent my last two years of college football at a division II school in Las Vegas New Mexico called New Mexico Highlands University. I finished playing football there and then coached for a few years when I met a guy teaching mma at the local rec. center. I was sold right away and drove to Albuquerque to meet Greg Jackson, who was already well known in the area. I then decided to move to Albuquerque to train with him. That was in 2000 and I have been here every since.

I got my big break in 2005 when, after my training partner Diego Sanchez did so well on The Ultimate Fighter season 1 where I got the opportunity to be on the second season of the show. Although I didn't win, I learned a lot from both Rich Franklin and my training partners while at the same time developing lifelong friendships. The show was great for my career, and has given me the opportunity to become a full time fighter and to progress to where I am today.

I have had 11 fights now in the UFC and I am currently regarded as one of the best fighters in the world.

- Keith Jardine

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