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I’m back again to share my thoughts and experiences and blog for Five Ounces of Pain leading into my fight next Saturday night against Mizuto Hirota at Strikeforce in Portland. I got to go to India for the first time in April for my brother Ryan’s fight. India was awesome. I’m all about travel and I think that’s one thing MMA has provided me with that I would have otherwise not gotten the chance to do is travel the world. India was just another piece of that. It was much different than what I expected. I expected it to be like China, which is really urban. When you’re in the city, you are in the city you know? It’s 100 miles per hour and tall building everywhere. India was different. The houses weren’t as modern as you’d expect; at least in the part of India we were in (Chandigarh) but it was an amazing experience. Everybody pretty much spoke English, so you could communicate with them openly. I got to try new things, especially food-wise. I’ll try anything once. Curry’s hard for me though. I’m not a big fan of curry, and pretty much everything was curried out there. That was tough to get used to, but like I said, I’ll try anything once! There’s no point in going somewhere and not experiencing something to the fullest
Pat Healy here, checking in once more for the final edition of this chapter of the Bam vs.
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Bam vs. Wild: Wrapping Up
After a break including a huge trip to China I’m glad to be back at Five Ounces of Pain blogging, this time leading into my fight against Caros Fodor at this weekend’s Strikeforce event. Knowing Strikeforce is back for 2012 is a big weight off my shoulders due to the job security.
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Bam vs. Wild: The Road to Columbus