I see your point.
Advertising in such a manner would probably bring in more business.
Originally Posted by Permalost
Again, look at the average Walmart shopper.
1. Grossly overweight.
2. Probably old.
3. Surrounded by a mob of kids.
4. Hard time spelling own name.
5. Look pissed off most of the time
Now rethink that ringside girl image and shudder.
Kama Sutra blue belt.
Originally Posted by Emevas
Originally Posted by Rock Ape
Okay, so she'll probably be missing some hair and teeth because she does a lot of crystal meth, but she'll still be skinny and scantily clad.
Originally Posted by Sri Hanuman
So, you're saying ring girls more along the lines of this.
The only person on this list I've actually heard of is Bill Wallace. Rather than look into who exactly those people are, I'll simply ask the question: What kind of fighters do you think that would produce, assuming someone interested and dedicated actually decided to train there?
Originally Posted by PizDoff
If someone shows any manner of aptitude and dedication, Liborio would swoop them up to the nearest ATT facility for quality training.
This was the main thing that caught my eye (from The Underground thread):
you like that Black Gi, don't you, Slidey.
It's OK, you can admit it.
And you can apply to be a coach with them:
The Center Mixed Martial Arts is looking for Full and Part Time Coaches at various locations. Positions entail dealing in a teaching, service, sales, marketing, and coaching role with adults, families and children. Fitness training, coaching, martial arts, sales skills helpful but not required.
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