The Joe Show ft. Jens Pulver
By: Brad and Nick
October 14th, 2010This week we were joined by a brutally honest and sincere Jens 'Lil' Evil' Pulver.
Jens starts off will telling us about his failed gym and clothing line experiment 'Driven'. A venture he was hoping to be able to secure some type of financial security from came crashing down when business associates screwed him over.
Jens makes it clear that his documentary coming out at the beginning of November titled 'Driven' has nothing to do with his previous gym or clothing line that he once had a stake in.
With crooked business deals and a string of bad luck bringing loss after loss, Jens tells us about some of the hardest times of his life as well as the past when at one point Jens was at the top of the lightweight division in the sport of mixed martial arts.
With many stories shared of his time on The Ultimate Fighter 5 show, his life growing up with an abusive father and his hatred for Dennis Hallman that still remains, Jens lets us know that we will more than likely not see him involved with the sport of MMA from this point on.
Jens will never say that he is done with the sport for good but if there was ever any indication that he was then the statements in this interview further add validity to those beliefs.
If you would like to purchase Jens's new documentary please visit www.jenspulverdriven.com.
This documentary may well in fact be Jens Pulver's farewell goodbye to MMA.
The call in number is 1-877-JOE-SHOW.
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