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Introducing MMA Fighter Steve “The Destroyer” Bell
- Updated: October 11, 2015
By Ariona R. Zappaunbulso – Henry Rollins once said, “Strength is the product of struggle; you must do what others don’t to achieve what others won’t.” In your lifetime, you come across a million average individuals, but with meeting a million of the average comes a time where you meet that one that gives you a reason to believe that we as individuals are remarkable.
In my case, I came across one of those at the age of 21. I was a trainer beginning to build a partnership with my new business partner when I was introduced to 33-year-old MMA novice Steve Bell. Bell‘s strong look and muscular outer appearance is a dead giveaway for this heavyweight’s strength in the Octagon, but when it comes to his face you know he’s an individual with a story to tell.
Sometimes life doesn’t come easy. Addiction can bring you down and keep you trapped, leading to self destructive behavior and a life heading down a dark path. Little did I know that this is the path Bell was on the year before I met him. Seeing this picture perfect fighter knocking out thousands of reps on his abs and throwing punches that will crush the skull never gave me the impression that a negative force is what had turned his life around.
I observed Steve for months, his spoken word, his actions, his tendencies in the gym and it was his fight, his drive and his attitude that led me to believe that he was one of the remarkable ones that I would come across in my life.
Now, a year and a half later Bell is down 127 pounds, his life is back, his mind is back and his success? He likes to thank his secret Boe in a bottle formula for that. Aside from Bell‘s perseverance and determination, he contributes his success to the long hours and relentless dedication of his coach and Master Trainer Frank “Boe“ Risolia.
When you ask Bell about his drive to succeed, he will quote CT Fletcher and say, “If you don’t have the mental capacity to be that obsessed about what you are trying to get, then mother fucker, you ain’t never gonna have it.” Bell by far showed that he had more than the capacity to be consumed with the opportunity to surpass all expectations and change his life, so from this Pro Trainer I would say Steve “The Destroyer” Bell is one mother fucker that’s got it.
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