3 Must See Cruisin With Dude Episodes

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Cruisin With The Dude: Clay's First Fight

In this episode Clay is going to share with you his very first fight experience.  Clay's next fight on November 11th is quickly approaching and will mark his 25th fight in his 11th year in the UFC.  He couldn't be more thankful for all the support he has received over those years from family, friends, and fans.  So, Clay wanted to throw it back to Summer of July 2003 and talks about his first MMA fight which is a pretty funny story!  The Max Effort Mafia also took a trip to the Austin City Limits Music festival.  Clay shares a great story from the trip getting to meet one of the greatest bands of all time, The Red Hot Chili Peppers.  If anyone really knows Clay they know his loves music and attending concerts.  This is a MUST WATCH video that you won't want to miss!  

 

Cruisin With The Dude: 2 Fights 1 Night

In this episode Clay is going to share with you a throw back story from the archives when he not only fought once but twice in one night.  These fights were Clay's 3rd and 4th amateur fights that were not planned.  The organization that these were in was called the XKK (Xtreme Kage Kombat) which the fights were held in Marshfield Wisconsin.  There were no previous match-ups before these fights.  You showed up, sign up, write down your record, they throw your name in a hat with guys that were within 5-10lb each other, picked a name and that's who you fight.  This is a classic story that you won't want to miss!  Make sure to check out the full video above!  You might just get a couple laughs in!

 

Cruisin With The Dude: Concert Chronicles

Clay is preparing to go to a hard rock/heavy metal concert and wanted to throw it back and tell you about his very first concert.  It was Ozzfest 2000 when Clay was just 18 years old and just graduated high school.  The headliners were Black Sabbath, Pantera, Slipknot, Anthrax, Static-X, Marilyn Manson.....The list goes on and on and on.  It was a crazy venue in Alpine Valley which is a wold famous amphitheater where the late great Stevie Ray Vaughan passed away in a helicopter crash as he was leaving for the airpot to head to Chicago.  Just a little background info.  So Clay and one of his buddies had gotten the tickets to the concert as a graduation gift. This is an epic story that you won't want to miss!  Make sure to check out the full video above!  You might just get a couple laughs in! 

 

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