Reed Kuhn is a Washington DC-based strategy consultant with over a decade of professional experience. Kuhn’s foray into into sports statistics began during his graduate studies when he mined data of NFL team performance. In 2009 he began analyzing professional MMA through a research fellowship with FightMetric, the sport’s leading statistics system and the official statistics provider to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Reed holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics from Washington and Lee University, a Master’s Degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia, and a MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University where he specialized in strategy and decision sciences.
Kelly Crigger is a retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel with a bunch of degrees that he never used. Crigger began writing about MMA in 2006 and has published three other books about the sport including Title Shot, Into the Shark Tank of Mixed Martial Arts. A twelfth-level cleric of the Ranger Up order, Crigger lives in Northern Virginia where he writes, plays rugby, critiques bourbon, and prepares for doomsday. Crigger considers himself privileged to be a Jayhawk, honored to be a Ranger, and blessed by God to be American.