Brandon Gibson is a purist when it comes to striking. Yet when the respected coach at the Jackson Wink MMA Academy talks about his chosen art and how it applies to the Aug. 26 fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, he doesn’t do it as “The MMA guy,” because as anyone knows, to know your business is to know all aspects of it. So don’t expect him to believe this clash between mixed martial artist and boxer is the end of civilization as we know it, like some boxing purists have surmised. “I think it’s kind of cool that we live in a time like this wh … Read the Full Article Here