Fronted by Luke Thomas.
Frank held a little interview on Unholy Matrimony podcast. Scroll to 29 minutes.
Some notable quotes:
On two year olds:
'Now is the perfect time to teach him how to box, because when babies learn how to crawl they start wiring their brain for movement. When they learn how to walk, theyr whole (something) and mental wiring kind of centered and balanced through their feet. If you teach them how to punch at the exact same time, their brain will wire in their hands and their feet.'
On Shamrock vs Kimbo, and potential Shamrock vs Shamrock:
'I know that Ken has ten times the skills that Kimbo has, but can he put it together at this age with this many injuries, and you know with the way life is - it's always the big question. So honestly I don't know. I hope he smashes him and then we set up a fantastic PPV with him and I. You never know.'
On Chuck Liddel getting KO:
'I don't watch the UFC, so I didn't see it, but I'm a huge Chuck Liddel fan. It sounds to me like it was lazy boxing and he got caught. Which he's always doing lazy boxing, and a couple guys stay in the pocket, they aren't scared, and they throw straight punches, and he just fell victim to that.'
'I built that whole company. ... I was the first middleweight champion and I set a couple of world records there for them.'
'There are a lot of problems with the sport. One of them is the monopoly that the UFC holds on it, so I made a tough call. And that was, do I join the monopoly, and give my brand and my dream over to these people who I know don't care, or do I follow my dream? I decided to follow my dream.'
'They don't tell the truth, they tell what makes the most amount of money. They don't support the sport,, they do what makes the most amount of money.'
On Dana White ('that bald headed dude', as the host put it):
'I've never not gotten along with him, I just don't think he's a good representative of MMA. I don't think the promoter should try to be a star, and I don't think that you need to curse and wear skin tight shirts and be a weirdo when you're the lead face of MMA.'
'I like him. He's got a great look, a great persona, he goes out and fights - that's what it's all about. In the beginning I didn't know who he was, I thought he was a complete idiot. I realized, people like him because he's just your regular street thug type dude who went for it, and he made it there. He's got your little American dream story. '
On Evan Tanner:
'Evan was a good dude. He was a gentle soul. I probably only spent three or four minutes with him in my entire life but he was always just genuine and up front, you know, shake your hand and look you in the eye kind of guy. It was really sad to hear he passed, especially the way that he passed. I've had hyperthermia, I've had all kind of weird things happen to me, but dying from exposure to the sun is not a good way to go.'