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Lifelong Vegetarian Fighter Jake Shields Gives A Plant Powered Pow

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Elite XC Welterweight Champion Jake Shields isn’t somebody you want on your bad side! 

Jake recently appeared on Bully Beatdown on MTV to get in the ring with a good old fashion teenage trouble maker. And let me tell you — with three Gracie Jiu-Jitsu black belts, this pro fighter kicks the crap out of the myth that vegetarians are weak! 

About his meat-free diet, Shields recently told The Discerning Brute:

“Well I’m a life-long vegetarian and the diet obviously works.  I also have two brothers that are strong and healthy. But you do have to have a good balanced diet and eat healthy foods.  There’s plenty of ways to get protein other than eating meat.”

Check out the clip below to watch Jake’s latest victory in the ring!

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