The Laws of the Ring
"The California Kid," Mixed Martial Arts pioneer and former featherweight champ in World Extreme Cagefighting, Urijah Faber offers an unconventional and enlightening guide to mental dominance and personal success. The Laws of the Ring combines the wisdom of Robert Greene's The 48 Laws of Power, the Eastern philosophy of the Sun Tzu classic The Art of War, and the humor of Got Fight? by Ultimate Fighting champion Forrest Griffin. The Laws of the Ring is, at once, a celebration of physical and mental toughness, a serious reflection on success and failure, a colorful account of Faber's rise to greatness, and a fascinating look at life inside the cage.
- Paperback | 240 pages
- 152.4 x 226.06 x 17.78mm | 226.8g
- 16 Apr 2013
- HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- William Morrow Paperbacks
- New York, United States
- 16-Page Color Photo Insert
"An absolute tour de force . . . it won't just change the way you think about Faber. It will change the way you think about how you're living your own life." -- Bleacher Report
Back cover copy
As one of the most exciting, charismatic fighters in MMA, Urijah "The California Kid" Faber is well known for his inventive style and cutting-edge approach to fitness. Outside the ring, his passion has motivated him to open his own fitness center, create a sports clothing line, lead a fight team, and, recently, to coach up-and-coming fighters in the television show The Ultimate Fighter. In The Laws of the Ring, part manifesto for success, personal journey, and meditation on a well-lived life, Urijah relates the full story of how he has made a career out of a highly demanding sport. With his thirty-six "Laws of Power," Urijah draws on personal experience to share the life lessons he's learned along his unconventional path--and shows readers how to take those lessons into their own worlds.
About Urijah Faber
Urijah Faber is one of the most popular mixed martial arts fighters in the world. A former featherweight champ in World Extreme Cagefighting, Urijah is an American mixed martial artist currently fighting as a bantamweight in the UFC. He is the leader of Team Alpha Male, which fights out of his hometown of Sacramento, California. New York Times bestselling author Tim Keown most recently cowrote Rick Harrison's License to Pawn, and was the cowriter of bestsellers Bad as I Wanna Be by Dennis Rodman and Beyond Belief by Josh Hamilton.