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MMASucka Radio - Episode 7 w/ AFC's Marcus Hicks, WEC Bantamweight Scott Jorgensen and MissMMA09

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Marcus is not only a pro MMA fighter, but a huge fan of the sport. Growing up he always loved PRIDEFC out of Japan,with the goal of fighting at the highest level and one day being one of the top fighters in the world. A total smartass, he loves to joke around and make people smile. His universe revolves around his young daughter Kaidynce. Without her he probably never would have grown up and tried to start workin towards his goals in life. Marcus began training MMA in 2003 at TitanMMA in North Surrey, where his training partners included Denis Kang, Kalib Starnes, Tim Thurston, Danny Dlask, and Jesse Sidhu. Marcus turned Pro in April 2006 at King of the Cage 'Karnage'. since then, he's had 28 fights in just over three years of fighting, which is unheard of (its like a personal tribute to guys like Jeremy Horn & Shonie Carter). Marcus is the only Canadian fighter in the last five years to fight in every province in Canada (except New Brunswick). Marcus has dedicated 2010 to concentrating on his MMA career and taking it to the next level. He plans on having at least 8 or 9 fights in 2010 and going 9-0! Marcus loves training in MMA,and is a student of anything he does, being willing and quick to learn. Half Italian/half Jamaican, living and training in Vancouver, Marcus is the head of and brains behind Team Denarius. Marcus LOVES to talk, LOVES MMA. LOVES enjoying life and loves sports in general. MOST OF ALL HE LOVES KAIDYNCE JOLIE! Scott started wrestling in 3rd grade and continued wrestling in college for Boise State University. Jorgensen defeated Takeya Mizugaki on December 19, 2009 at WEC 45, via unanimous decision. The bout also earned Fight of the Night honors. On March 6, 2010 at WEC 47 fifteen seconds into his bout Jorgensen caught his opponent Chad George in a modified front guillotine neck-crank and won via submission 31 seconds into the round. Jorgensen is currently ranked the No.6 bantamweight in the world by Sherdog.

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