Re: becomming a pro fighter
In the late 90's, I just sold myself. I checked out the Extreme Challenge site and got in touch with Monte Cox. We had some very professional conversations and he offered me a couple of shots. He left a message when he needed an opponent for Dennis Reed in an early show, but I returned the call too late. Then, I was supposed to fight in EC 16. As opponents changed, I changed my mind. Then, I asked to fight in EC 25. Monte told me that he'd give me another chance, but if I backed out of this one, that would be the end of it. Even though I wasn't 100% prepared, I still fought. It was a good experience, but the money isn't THAT good. If you ever get a pro bout, I doubt you'll feel that you've been reasonably compensated.
Originally posted by loanbanker
How difficult is it for someone to become a professional fighter? Do people have to stack there resume's with amature fights first? Im pretty new to the entire scene so bare with the nievity (prob misspelled) of the question.
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