Please look at this right now

From a hematoma that formed on my knee from hitting the mat! It was the size of a tennis ball!



Marquardt's move to 170 was St-Pierre's idea

By Brett Okamoto Soon to be UFC welterweight Nate Marquardt has done his best to deflect questions on whether or not he'd ever fight current 170-pound champion Georges St. Pierre, a teammate and close friend of his. He has revealed, however, that it was St. Pierre's idea that he move down a weight class. The Canadian star offered the advice the last time Marquardt was in Montreal, helping him prepare for a title defense against Josh Koscheck at UFC 124. Read more, click here

Leaving Continental Bistro (Montreal)

My favorite French restaurant.
Soup- cream of ?
Fig carpaccio
Salmon tartare
Goat cheese salad
Calamari
Beef flanksteak.

More scuba pics

Here we are with a nurse shark. Next time we dive in the shark tank!





Below is a 450lb. grouper!





If you are in Denver, cheek out a1scuba.com

Back home from LA

Here are a few pics of us in Venice, CA. We went to go watch Bryan Callen film his special for Comedy Central.









Headed to PIttsburgh

Teaching MMA seminar tomorrow at Flow Grappling. Check it out at FlowGrappling.com.



You gotta watch this movie trailer!!!

"Warrior" (2011). I play Karl Kruller in this movie. It premiers September 9. It's gonna be huge!!

Making the Cut

The Science Behind Nate Marquardt's Cut to 170 Pounds- on BloodyElbow.com When Nate Marquardt climbed out of the cage at UFC 128, he shocked the MMA world, something you wouldn't normally expect from the soft spoken, down to earth Christian family man. Lip swollen grotesquely from a Dan Miller punch, a wound that would eventually require stitches, Marquardt was never the less feeling good. He had gone into the fight lighter than he ever had before - and he was considering a move down to the welterweight division. Read more...