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[PODCAST] From UFC Fighter to Gym Owner: The Story of Alan Belcher

Alan Belcher

Alan “The Talent” Belcher is a top-ranked professional UFC fighter, gym owner, and entrepreneur. Over Alan's decade-long career, he collected 18 UFC wins and at one point was ranked #3 in the world. Alan is now focused on running the Alan Belcher MMA Club. He also spends a considerable amount of time helping other Mixed Martial Arts and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu club owners succeed at running their own businesses.

In Episode 7 of The Gym Owner's Guide To The Galaxy, Alan will talk about his grueling road to becoming a professional fighter in the UFC. He'll also share how his background as a fighter helps him be a better business owner.

Links mentioned in this podcast:

Combat Con 2
MMA and BJJ Business Owners Unite Facebook Group
Alan Belcher MMA Club

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