MMA Fighters Launch Mobile Apps

Written by Jan Corpus. Posted in Apps, New Media

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Published on April 21, 2014 with No Comments

Today, Brett “Da Grim” Rogers, Floyd “The Hitman” Hodges, and Marcus “The Prospect” Levesseur, are announcing the launch of their mobile apps developed by AppNRG. Get it first!


Da Grim

Brett “Da Grim” Rogers is one of the most feared heavyweights in MMA.  Da Grim is a hard-hitting knockout artist who fought in EliteXC, Strikeforce, and currently signed to Bellator.  Rogers has fought with a number of world top fighters in the likes of Andrei Arlovski, Fedor Emelianenko, Alistair Overeem and many others.  His stunning 22 second KO of former UFC Heavyweight Champion Andrei Arlovski presents one of the finest moments in MMA history.


Download Da Grim’s App

For Apple: Click here iTunes Store

For Android: Click here Google Play Store


The Hitman

Floyd Hodges, a native Oklahoman, began his rise to Professional Athlete at Wisconsin’s Beloit Memorial High School where he excelled at football, wrestling and track.  After graduation he was recruited to play semi-pro football as a nose tackle for the Stateline Hawks in 2006, eventually moving up to finish his football career for the Rock County Gladiators.  Some of his accomplishments include: State Line Warrior Title at 145lb, 2008 Kick/WAKO National Tournament Title at 135lb, 2009 King of the River Title at 135lb, and 2009 Extreme Cagefighting Organization Title at 135lb.  Floyd’s tenacity and heavy hands has propelled him to the top of Midwestern MMA circuits.  Floyd is currently signed with Sterling Entertainment Group and One Dream Zero Distraction.

Download The Hitman’s App

For Apple: TBA

For Android: Click here Google Play Store


The Prospect

Marcus LeVesseur is an American mixed martial artist who fights as a lightweight.  LeVesseur is currently signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championships and KO Dynasty. As a college wrestler, LeVesseur was undefeated and untied, with a record of 155–0.  He won four NCAA Division III individual national titles, and was a member of two teams that won national championships.  In high school, he won four Minnesota state wrestling championship titles.  Since his last loss in high school competition, LeVesseur compiled an amateur wrestling record of 296–0 through his senior year at Augsburg.

LeVesseur is an up-and-coming champion. His wrestling and scrambling ability, coupled with explosive speed and power, makes him a formidable opponent to any world class mixed martial artist.

Download The Prospect’s App

For Apple: TBA

For Android: Google Play Store

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