Taking us on a trip back to where it all began, the fight world’s favorite filmmaker Bobby Razak reveals a new trailer for his upcoming “History of MMA” film that’s set to come out later on this month for special screenings. Having solidified his spot as the number one film director in MMA over the years, with his renowned “Rites of Passage” film from back in the day, along with several creative commercials for TapouT, Dethrone, Bad Boy, and other top brands, Razak’s latest project looks to revisit the earlier days of mixed martial arts. Following up on the first trailer released a few months back starring Frank Shamrock, this latest piece focuses in on Fred Ettish who made a name for himself by entering the Octagon back at UFC 2 on March 11, 1994.
Check out the new trailer created in collaboration with StreetMade below, with a few more previews to come in the days ahead, prior to the film’s actual release later on this month. For a closer look at some of the popular filmmaker’s past work, check out BobbyRazakMovies.com.