Vladimir Vladisavljevic

Vladimir Vladisavljevic is a master of Sports and Physical education, Taekwondo black belt, and has been a kickboxer for more than 7 years. He’s also a diehard MMA addict. He is a well-known Bulgarian MMA commentator who also spends time as an analyst, interviewer, and podcaster. In the western world people recognized him under the nickname "The Bulgarian Cowboy". He enjoys sharing his passion for the fastest growing sports in the world on his YouTube channel.

At the beginning of his career, Vladimir worked as a strength and conditioning coach for soccer, but parted ways with his, then, boss and started a writing career. He has trained soccer stars like Stefan Mitrovic, David Babunski, and Dorian Babunski.

After one year writing about fitness-related topics, Vladimir realized that his passion for MMA and martial arts knows no limits and started working for the American outlet MiddleEasy.com.

Due to confrontations with the editor, he left the company and continued pursuing his dreams on YouTube and various writing platforms. After getting a native sponsor, he started working even harder. Nowadays, Vladimir covers every MMA event that you can find.

Throughout his career, Vladimir has interviewed some of the greatest names from the MMA scene - Gilbert Burns, Andre Ewell, Cody Stamann, and Herbert Burns. He’s also been able to interview famous coaches like Ricardo Liborio, Marc Montoya, and Fernand Lopez. He’s not just a journalist, he is a former Taekwondo vice-champion of Serbia who understands fighting movement and mechanics.

Vladimir is chasing his dreams and refuses to give up. He attributes his success to his originality in that he’s willing to do the things that other people hate.

Vladimir’s work reputation stands out. He puts in long hours on weekends in pursuit of his goal to be known as the first Bulgarian who made something great in the world of MMA.

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