You posted a very interesting article about Jason Everman, a former guitar player for both Nirvana and Soundgarden who, after his tenure concluded with both those bands, joined the special-forces and served in a number of theatres of war. He described war as being a ‘theatre of schooling for the heart.’ What do you think about that? Continue reading
Archive for the Real Men Category
How did you end up on Small Stone? Did signing with them change things for you? Continue reading
Yeppers… crazy days. And all of Cleveland knew it. Continue reading
This article, published in four parts, is the product of an unlikely friendship that only Facebook could facilitate. Continue reading
I thought you’d given kickboxing away and gone to boxing?
I did – and I was going to have a break from everything! I was just burnt out from eleven years of constantly having a fight coming up. We got an offer from Glory – which we respectfully declined – and they countered with a generous pay increase and a two fight contract (outside of tournament) for that money and, with the US dollar falling my pay is increasing by the day… so we just said, ‘Give us a date and we will be there’. Continue reading
Blitz Magazine, January 2015
After a serious accident that nearly claimed his life, Sydney-based Kyokushin Karate sensei Daniel Trifu not only regained his full health, but returned to fight bare-knuckle, full-contact karate and win world-championship silver. Here, JARROD BOYLE tracks the karate journey of the archetypical Kyokushin warrior. Continue reading
I previously described Wendy Waters as the best unpublished writer I knew. No longer; she is now one of the best published writers I know. Her novel, Catch the Moon, Mary, will be available for purchase from Linen Press Books on September 1.