UFC lightweight Joe Lauzon is a killer in the Octagon, though you’d never think it if you met him. Quiet and thoughtful, Lauzon takes Fightland on a nighttime running tour of his native Boston while opening up about his love of fighting and his need to compete. For the former computer science major, each MMA fight is like a math problem, with a solution built on breaking down your opponent.
When I was 16 years old, my first real job was working for my dad. My dad owns his own business and part of that is being a wholesale supplier for live and frozen fishing baits to all of Cape Cod. For Friday deliveries we would take orders on Thursday mid-morning and later that morning […]
My son was born last year with Neuroblastoma, the most common cancer in infants. He did three rounds of chemotherapy and kicked the cancer’s ass. We were really lucky that Joey responded so well to treatment, but others are not so lucky. We wanted to do everything we could to help the Jimmy Fund so […]
I have been training for close to 15 years… and I have dealt with a LOT of injuries. I think as your knowledge of the sport grows as a coach and competitor, so does your knowledge grow of dealing with and training around injuries. At this point in my life, its not IS something going […]