Brett Rogers visits Randy Couture’s Doctor days before StrikeForce Heavyweight Title Fight

14 05 2010

Recent News release:

Most people visit the doctor for various reasons, none of which are usually to allow you to fight better. But that is the exact reason pro athletes follow Randy Couture’s lead in letting science get its proper reverence.

(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 07, 2010 ) Newport Beach, CA – Dr. John Fitzgerald knows a few things, some people call him the blood doc, and others call him things to the likes of genius, Biological guru, and the list goes on. Randy Couture had so much faith in him and what he did for Randy in the last two years, that Couture literally gave all his remaining former product line, XTREME NUTRITION, to charity, in fact about $50,000.00 worth. Randy made it his priority to get his label Xtreme Couture Athletic Pharmaceuticals (XCAP) on the Pharmaceutical supplier’s line that helped in making Randy feel many years younger and also came with faster recovery, improved strength, and scientifically tested proven results.

Fitzgerald has a very protected list of Pro athletes that seek his services and are turning to XCAP because it is a product proven by the UFC legend himself, a product that has been tested in the Octagon, and is as clean and natural as a satiated volcano. State Athletic Commission approved means that the athlete doesn’t need to worry about testing positive for a forbidden substance because the source is FDA approved. The FDA seems to have a very relaxed view of supplements in terms of over the counter products that are sold. This has at times led to illegal substances showing up on blood test that are deemed banned and these have been found in our chain nutrition stores or mega nutrition websites on a regular basis. This can happen in months and sometimes years before it is tested and pulled off the shelf. This is the major reason Couture used the services of Fitzgerald.

Roger’s is either a fighter ahead of times at the ripe young age of twenty eight, or has been an avid observer of what to learn from the best MMA fighters in the sport. Rogers told us he could beat Overeem without the help of XCAP but it sure makes him feel better that Overeem will be met with raw talent, skill, and a natural diet versus just the talent and skill alone.

Look For Brett Rogers at the main event in St Louis, MO. on May 15th, 2010at StrikForce, “Heavy Artillery.” Rogers out of respect to Randy “The Natural” Couture will be wearing the XCAP patch on his fighting shorts along with sporting a ProFightNetwork patch as well. Rogers is already exclusively signing the signature line shirt for Pro Fight Network , along with MMA gloves only available at IF Rogers becomes the next Heavyweight MMA champ in 10 days or sometime after, one thing is certain, he has already restricted where you can buy his authentic signature on gloves or shirts. A sound business decision to go along with his supplement advice.


Brett Rogers stronger with XCAP

14 05 2010
by Tomas Rios (

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The importance of Strikeforce “Heavy Artillery” this Saturday, as it relates to the overall health of the promotion, cannot be overstated. In wake of its second appearance on CBS, which included a post-fight melee on national television, Strikeforce could use some good news from the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.

Luckily, this show has the potential to make people forget what went down in the Music City, as the main event features Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem defending his strap against Clubber Lang lookalike Brett Rogers. Backing up that slugfest, former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski meets Antonio Silva in a fight likely to test the support system in the cage.

Plenty more violence will be discussed in the analysis that follows.

Strikeforce Heavyweight Championship
Alistair Overeem vs. Brett Rogers

The Breakdown: Overeem has been the Strikeforce heavyweight titleholder for two and a half years and will now get around to the hard part of being a champion — defending the shiny gold strap around his waist. Rogers, the long overdue challenger, enters on the strength of perhaps the most advantageous loss in sports history — a spirited showing against heavyweight demigod Fedor Emelianenko that ended with everyone’s favorite dead-eyed Russian hitting the knockout blow.

Rogers will face a similar disadvantage against Overeem, who is a mask and some dreadlocks shy of becoming an official Predator. An undeniably talented kickboxer with nasty front headlock skills and cringe-inducing ground-and-pound, Overeem has proven one of the most offensively versatile fighters in the heavyweight class. Rogers may not be some brainless brawler, but he lacks Overeem’s technical acumen and relies heavily on overwhelming opponents with power punches.

In heavyweight MMA, cinderblock fists, a stout chin and cool haircut will win you a lot of fights, but Rogers has started to run into the sort of competition capable of exposing his limitations. Overeem looks to have Rogers beat in close, thanks to his “Street Fighter”-style tiger knee, and from afar, the fight favors his telephone pole jab and diverse techniques. Even if Rogers can find a home for his powerful overhand, he needs to put Overeem down and out before the champion decides to change levels.

Overeem’s spectacular top control game hangs over Rogers’ head in this fight. Standing, Rogers may find himself at a disadvantage, but at least he has the tools to give Overeem pause; on the mat, it’s a different story.

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Brett Rogers and XCAP (Xtreme Couture Athletic Pharmaceuticals) believe this fight is going to be much different than the opinions of many MMA sites. Brett continues to advance his game and while using XCAP his stamina will be great and he continues to get stronger and better. Look for Brett to capture the shiny Strikeforce hardware.

Brett Rogers Chokes Scott from Xtreme Couture

10 05 2010

Brett Rogers having fun in the home office for XCAP (Xtreme Couture Athletic Pharmaceuticals)

Video clip of Brett Rogers and XCAP

7 05 2010

Brett “The Grim” Rogers stopped by to get advice from Dr. John Fitzgerald aka Blood Doc.