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Stephan Bonnar Joins Team Force Factor

7.1.09

Force Factor, LLC, an industry leader in body-enhancing nutritional supplements, welcomes legendary MMA fighter STEPHAN BONNAR as the newest addition to the Force Factor team. Stephan "American Psycho" Bonnar is notorious for his spirit within the ring. Whether fighting heavily injured or tearing through all obstacles thrown in his path, Bonnar refuses to go down easily. This UFC 100 Fighter can only be summed up in one way-- FORCE FACTOR TOUGH.

Using a combination of raw intensity and ferocious talent, this 32-year-old has focused on a powerful combination of boxing, Muay Thai, and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu to take down competition from across the nation—and take them down hard. Bonnar broke into the mainstream in 2005 as a leading competitor on the first season of The Ultimate Fighter. The American Psycho made his mark on the show after rising through the ranks to fight current UFC champion, Forrest Griffin. The match, widely regarded as the greatest UFC fight of all time, launched Bonnar down his current path of success.

Originally heralding from Munster, Indiana, Bonnar fought tooth and claw to gain respect as a MMA fighter. Trained under legendary coach Carlson Gracia, Bonnar has proven himself a force to be reckoned with. He currently holds two Chicago Golden Glove titles, is an Ironheart Crown Light Heavyweight and a Total Fight Challenge Light Heavyweight champion.

As someone who naturally attracts excitement, Bonnar never fails to perform in the ring. Due inpart to this attribute, he is recognized as having played a key role in the rise of MMA to mainstream sporting. To his fans, Bonnar pledges, "I am here to give you guys what you want to see and I promise never to have a boring fight, and love me or hate me I am going to make it exciting."

Bonnar possesses the definitive traits of a Force Factor athlete; Strength, Ambition, and Perseverance. With the leader of cutting-edge nutraceutical technology on his team, Bonnar will no doubt continue to perform at the peak competitive level.