Frank Mir Becomes An Ambassador For MitWellness

Frank Mir Ambassador For MitWellness

Frank Mir, a former two-time UFC Heavyweight Champ, is officially an ambassador for MitWellness. MitWellness is an industry leader in the Kratom market, led by its CEO, Todd Underwood. The MitWellness CEO prides the company on using cutting-edge science in producing high-quality, safe, and effective Kratom products.  Their products include the best kratom shots, capsules, and powders in the industry.

Upcoming News About Frank Mir

Frank Mir, on the HJR Experiment podcast, announced what could be his final and retirement fight at the United Fight League (UFL) 3, on August 12, 2023, in Phoenix, Arizona. The UFL is a growing mixed martial arts (MMA) sports league company that aims to grow the sport across the United States by blending its unique innovations with other successful sports associations’ proven operational and marketing practices.

The UFL 3 on August 12th will also showcase Frank Mir’s daughter Bella, who has a 3-0 record as a professional MMA American fighter. This would be a one-of-a-kind, father-daughter experience wherein a father and daughter will fight on the same card. Fighting on the same card for Mir is a “passing of the torch of the ending of my career and the starting of her (Bella’s) career.”

Bella Mir, aka ‘Lady Mir,’ has committed to attend the University of Iowa and be a part of the women’s wrestling team. Pursuing collegiate wrestling in Iowa was influenced by UFC Hall of Famer Daniel Cormier and Dana White. Dana White is the President of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). In February, the UFC also signed Bella Mir to its first-ever name, image, and likeness (NIL) deal. The NIL deal is a way for UFC to support college wrestling and enhance the company’s awareness among university sports fans. UFC President Dana White mentions that Bella Mir will do big things and has a bright future ahead.

Frank Mir Helps Build The UFL

Frank Mir is regarded as the voice and one of the faces of the UFL. The UFL offers full health and life insurance things that are not provided by any other combat sports organization. Unlike most organizations, the UFL and Mir make sure that fighters are insured and have a stake in the company. Fighters and league participants are the beneficiaries of the “Fighters First” approach.

Frank Mir, together with MMA legends Quinton “Rampage” Jackson initially met with UFL CEO and founder Harrison Rogers. Rogers calls the UFL a passion project that would help fight the frustrations in the current MMA sports world. These frustrations are centered on the following factors, such as fighter pay, fighter health insurance, fighter life insurance, and fighter retirement benefits. Roger further explains that fighters receive dividend-bearing stock shares aside from their individual prizes for participating. Fighters can enjoy profits when the company becomes profitable, which describes the UFL CEO’s slogan as “everybody eats”. This vision resonated well with Mir and Jackson which made them UFL brand ambassadors today.

As UFL brand ambassadors, Mir and company have been able to successfully promote several United Fight Leagues (UFL 1 and UFL 2), as well as Freedom Fight Night events and a UFL Grand Prix. These fights were also streamed live via Rumble. Rumble is an online video platform, web hosting, and cloud services company.

Next Freedom Fight Night With Frank Mir

The last Freedom Fight Night (Freedom Fight Night 3) event with Frank Mir, Quinton Jackson, and Tito Ortiz as hosts took place last November 4th at Arizona Financial Theatre in Phoenix. The Freedom Fight Night 3 was spearheaded by two legendary Team Captains, former light heavyweight and heavyweight champion Ryan Bader and former WEC and UFC champion Benson Henderson. Team Henderson took home the Freedom Champion belt from Team Bader with a 9-1 score.

The Freedom Fight Night 3 also featured 20 of Arizona’s most promising and rising young fighters, who fought under Team Henderson and Team Bader. The results of the fight are as follows:

  1. Elias Flores won over Manny Lopez via TKO in Round 1.
  2. Reyes Vasquez beat Joseph Dickerson via TKO in Round 1.
  3. Marcus Nash beat Luis Reyes via TKO in Round 1.
  4. Rosalina Ikei won over Kayla Raegan via Unanimous Decision
  5. Theo Doukas beat Deran Martinez via TKO in Round 1.
  6. Aiden Ingram beat Cody Salazar via Submission in Round 1.
  7. Jose Delgado won over Jorge Juarez via TKO in Round 1
  8. Eric McConico won over Freddy Sandoval via Submission in Round 1.
  9. Shane Sobnoskly beat Dan Huber via TIKO in Round 2.
  10. Bobby Moffett beat Austin Wourms via Submission in Round 1.

The next Freedom Fight Night (Freedom Fight Night 4) was initially announced in Mesa, Arizona, on June 18, 2023. However, it was announced on their Instagram post that the said event would be postponed due to circumstances out of their control, particularly the venue and date.

Frank Mir Stats

Frank Mir’s stats throughout his illustrious career has averaged 2.18 Significant Strikes Landed per Minute (SLpM). He also maintains a 47% Significant Striking Accuracy (Str. Acc.). For his defensive stats, he averaged 3.84 Significant Strikes Absorbed per Minute (SApM) with a Significant Strike Defense Percentage (Str. Def.) of 38%. The Str. Def. is the percentage of opponents’ strikes that did not land.

Frank Mir’s takedown stats include an Average Takedown Landed per 15 minutes (TD Avg.) of 2.02 with a Takedown Accuracy (TD Acc.) of 40%. His Takedown Defense (TD Def.), or the percentage of opponents’ takedown (TD) attempts that did not land, is 54%. His average Submissions Attempted (Sub. Avg.) per 15 minutes is 2.0. Frank Mir’s average fight time is 5 minutes and 46 seconds.

Frank Mir Record

Frank Mir’s MMA record currently stands at 19 wins and 13 defeats (18-11 record UFC), with 5 of those via knockout and 9 by submission. His last match was a unanimous decision victory over Roy Nelson at Bellator 231 in Connecticut last October 25, 2019. Bellator 231 is promoted by Bellator MMA, founded in 2008 and based in Santa Monica, California. Bellator MMA is one of the most successful combat sports promotions in the United States.

Frank Mir also holds the record for the most finishes and the most submission victories in UFC Heavyweight history. Among his most notable submission victory was over Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira at UFC 92, in which he won the Interim UFC Heavyweight Championship. Antonio Rodrigo “Minotauro” Nogueira Nogueira had never been stopped in his career before this title fight.

Frank Mir also garnered two Performance of the Night bonus awards from his non-title fights against Antonio Silva and Todd Duffee at UFC Fight Night in 2015 held in Porto Alegre, Brazil and San Diego, California respectively. He beat Antonio Silva via TKO in Round 1 and Todd Duffee via TKO in Round 1 too.

Frank Mir also made is first professional boxing debut in 2021 but lost to former IBF cruiserweight champion Steve Cunnigham by a unanimous decision. Steve Cunningham was a late replacement for Antonio Tarver after the latter failed to meet the Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission requirements for the boxing match.

Frank Mir Height

Frank Mir’s height is 1.91 meters or 6 feet and 3 inches. He started his first UFC fight in the heavyweight division. The heavyweight division is from 205 lbs. (93 kg) to 265 lbs. (120 kg). His last fight with Roy Nelson at Bellator 231 was also in the heavyweight division. His retirement fight in August 2023 will more likely be in the heavyweight class.

Legendary Submission Frank Mir Vs. Brock Lesnar

The legendary submission was witnessed at UFC 81: Breaking Point in Frank Mir vs. Brock Lesnar I. The first fight between the two distinguished fighters showcased the UFC debut of WWE wrestler Brock Lesnar while Frank Mir, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belter, seeks to get a chance to reclaim the UFC Heavyweight Championship. His 1st UFC Heavyweight belt was stripped last 2004 because of injuries from a motorcycle accident.

At 7 seconds from the start of Round 1, Lesnar managed to takedown Mir. Mir, on the other hand, was trying to look for sweeps while significant strikes were landing on his head. Some significant strikes landed on the back of Mir’s head, which prompted the referee to call for a timeout and deduct 1 point from Lesnar. As the fight resumed, Lesnar went for the takedown again and unloaded a barrage of strikes toward Mir’s head. Understanding that Lesnar was going for the TKO by punches, Mir managed to go for the armbar but failed. Respecting Mir’s defense and his Brazilian Jiu-jitsu expertise, Lesnar backs down. As Lesnar tried again, Mir went for the knee bar and won by submission in 1 minute and 30 seconds on to the fight.

MitWellness is thrilled to have Frank Mir as a brand ambassador.



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