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Fighting the Shadows (Cageside Chronicles: Tommy Knuckles Trilogy 3)

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(Cageside Chronicles: Tommy Knuckles Trilogy Book 3)

The young adult fiction series for the warrior at heart

Exactly what UFC & MMA fans have been waiting for!

As a world championship looms ever so close, sex, drugs and money threaten to spiral Tommy’s life into turmoil as his family and friends fall to the wayside. Will the shadows of his father’s past cast him into the
Published 2012 by Smashwords Edition
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Oct 22, 2012 Anne rated it really liked it
Tommy Knuckles has the entire world at his feet. An impressive winning streak means that he's really going places in the welterweight division in UCF, the biggest Mixed Martial Arts fighting company in the world. In fact there's even talk of him getting a title shot. However those closest to him, namely his girlfriend Gina and his trainer Thiago, think that it might be too soon. Cesar Condor, an old friend of Tommy's father, thinks differently.

After what must feel like a lifetime of struggling a
Jan 11, 2013 Scott rated it really liked it
The third and final installment of the Cageside Chronicles sees Tommy Knuckles giving in to the pressures of the fame he has earned inside the cage.

This is a storyline that has never really sat well with me. I'm sure there are some strong parallels to what really happens to young fighters who suddenly achieve fame, but it has never been something that I really enjoy. That being said the writing in this book maintains the same high quality of the rest of the series. Tommy is still a great charac
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Jarrah Loh is the editor of Australia's number-one Mixed Martial Arts magazine Inside MMA, produced in association with Fight! Magazine USA, the world's premiere Mixed Martial Arts magazine.

He is the author of the HarperCollins book Ultimate: The Complete Guide to UFC and Mixed Martial Arts and is also the creator of the fiction book series that MMA and UFC fans have been waiting for: Cageside Chr
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