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Frank Trigg is a mixed martial arts fighter, color commentator, television personality, radio host, and MMA spokesman. He has been involved in the combat sports industry, in some capacity, for more than 15 years.

As a fighter, Frank Trigg has fought for some of the most prestigious fight promotions in the world, including Ultimate Fighting Championship, PRIDE Fighting Championships, Rumble on the Rock, Icon Sport and World Fighting Alliance.

Trigg began his fight career in 1996 fighting for various upstart promotions and got his big break in 1999 when he signed on to fight for PRIDE Fighting Championships. Trigg made his debut for the promotion at PRIDE 8, where he clinched an impressive TKO victory over Fabiano Iha.

The Olympic trials wrestling finalist and second degree Judo Black Belt went on to claim numerous titles, including the World Fighting Alliance Welterweight World title and the Icon Middleweight Championship title. Trigg still has a thriving fight career today.

Frank Trigg is revered as much for his accolades in the cage as he is for his unpredictable humor, first-hand knowledge of the sport, and expert commentating. He is recognized worldwide as a color commentator, popular radio and television personality, and MMA spokesperson.  It is safe to say that the success of this American mixed martial artist extends well beyond the cage.

As a Color Commentator, Trigg can be seen every Friday night on HDNet, where he calls the fight action for notable MMA promotions including the Sungoku Raiden Championships (SRC), Xtreme Fighting Championships (XFC), Dream Fighting Championships in Japan, and many others. Trigg also gives weekly fight predictions on DB Sports (www.Donbest.com.)

As a radio personality, Trigg is the former co-host of the MMAWeekly.com radio show and TAGG radio. On television, Trigg has appeared on the VH1 reality show ‘Kept” where he tried to win the affections of former supermodel Jerry Hall, and was also featured on an episode of the popular sitcom ‘King of Queens.’

When he is not busy commentating, training or fighting, the dedicated husband and father of four devotes his time to his family and to giving back to the community through youth mentoring and motivational speaking. Trigg is also very active on social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

 
 

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