UNBREAKABLE LOVE is the story of one fighter's unbreakable love for his daughter, and about God's unbreakable love for him-despite his failings as a man -- a rare look inside the world of MMA fighting and the gladiators who entertain us.
In his new book, Unbreakable Love: The Brian Warren Story (MegaArrowPress, LLC, 2013), author D. M. Anthony takes readers inside the cage and ring, revealing the trappings and struggles of mixed martial arts fighters as they stake out their legacy in the annals of this young and violent sport. This new book chronicles the life of MMA fighter Brian Warren, from his beginnings in the sport, through the undulating peaks and troughs, to his beckoning retirement.
Known as "Mr. Unbreakable" in the cage, professional fighter Brian Warren has earned two MMA title belts, battling it out for the past 14 years with some of the best fighters in the world, including past and future UFC fighters Cung Le, Nate Loughran, and Ben Saunders. And though Brian Warren hasn't always won-in life or the ring-his spirit remains true to his moniker -- unbreakable.
"Brian Warren has something within him that many fighters lack -- the bushido spirit. He's willing to risk it all because to do less would equal defeat. He honors not himself in the fight, but Christ. His loyalty is not to the sport, but to the fan." (from the Foreword to the book, written by Kimo Leopoldo, UFC/MMA icon)
His is a story of courage, success, failure and loss, unwavering devotion, and a determination to rise from the ashes to stand once again a champion-this time to the glory of God, and for his beloved daughter Breesa.
Brian's story will inspire you to be a better man, a better father, a better disciple of Christ-and to never give up, not on yourself, not on your faith, and certainly not on your dreams.
But Unbreakable Love isn't just for men. It's a love story, after all, and is at times as tender as it is tough, as heartfelt as it is heartbreaking. It's an inside look at the struggles of a professional MMA fighter, the impact of such a brutal sport on a family, and the temptations that wage war against the fighter's soul.