Inside The Cage (ITC) is a blog dedicated to covering the surging global mixed martial arts scene. Designed with a fan’s perceptive in mind, but with insider access, we hope that you make Inside the Cage part of your daily web surfing experience.
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The Inside the Cage Team
Sean A. Malone – A veteran fight writer of almost four years, Sean’s infatuation with the fight game sprung from his days of playing Mike Tyson’s Punch Out on his Nintendo as a child. This love of all things fight related was further bolstered upon a summer spent watching reruns of the Karate Kid. Sean credits his love and dedication for the pseudo success he has attained and counts the moment he was elected into the Boxing Writers Association of America as the pinnacle of his writing career. In addition to heading Inside the Cage, Sean also is the proprietor of North Texas Fisticuffs, a combative sports blog covering the North Texas fight scene. Sean is also a writer for Undefeated Magazine and has contributed to the In The Clinch blog on ESPNDallas.com, and Texas Combat Sports.
Ed Garza – A fixture ringside for some of the biggest fights in Texas, Ed brings an invaluable eye for talent and breath-taking pictures to Inside the Cage. A long-time boxing insider, Ed has spent time in a number of capacities within the fight game, including fighter management and boxing promotions. One of the most talented up-and-coming fight photojournalists in the game, Ed is truly a valued addition to this site. Ed's fight pics can also been seen monthly in Undefeated Magazine.
Raul Rangel - Not only does Raul write about MMA, he puts his money where his mouth is and trains at the Spartan Pit with Rudy Hernandez in San Antonio. He also did professional wrestling for a few years and left before he became Randy “The Ram” Robinson. Raul started writing columns for texasfighter.org, which is home of Texas Amateur Mixed Martial Arts promotion, and from there he started writing for Undefeated Magazine. His work has been featured on paulbuentello.com as well as appearing on ESPN, San Antonio 1250 am, as an MMA analyst.
Sergio Hernandez - Sergio Hernandez is perhaps best known for his work as co-host of the wildly entertaining Tap or Snap Radio which was broadcast globally via the web on the Fish Bowl Radio Network. Inarguably, Sergio is one of the most knowledgeable and passionate mixed martial arts fans to ever walk the Earth.