No one starts a career in combat sports aspiring to a 5-4 win-loss record. In boxing, that‘s a kiss of death, the ticket to a career full of opportunities to get beat up by hot prospects or the promoter‘s kid. In mixed martial arts, the world is a little more forgiving. Not easier, but more forgiving. So when Abel Trujillo lost his second straight bout against Alonzo Martinez in April of 2011, he knew something had to give. “Back then I was training myself, so I was pretty much just going in with my wrestling background and my heart,” said Trujillo, a four-time NAIA All-American wrestler for W … Read the Full Article Here