Paul Felder UFC Brazil!

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Help "the Irish Dragon" get his team to Brasilia, Brazil for his UFC Fight Night bout against Francisco Trinaldo.
The UFC can only cover so much, and every little bit helps Paul get his cornermen to Brazil to take on the hometown guy.

Sincere thanks from Paul and his team for every little bit! It all helps!
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Larry McDonald
25 months ago
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Oh ya one more thing, you have had 6 fights so far in the Ufc, nobody knows your sponsorship money even though it may not be what it was like before, but you have made 260,000 dollars in 6 fights due to bonus's and purse. Yes, you have a manager, yes you pay taxes, but that money you made was from October 2014- May 2016. You still made a LOT of money in 2 years, Looks like you need to learn to manage your money instead of asking for money since your not responsible to manage your purse and bonus's a little better. You can think I am a dick, but look at it from someone else's shoes and you know you look like a greedy guy who did not manage your money. Worse case out of that 260k you still made over 50k a year. Not good money for scrambling your brains I agree, but don't ask ppl for money when their are so many who need a helping hand with real problems, yours is a luxury! http://mma-manifesto.com/ufc-fighter-salary-database/salary-main/ufc-career-fighter-earnings.html http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Paul-Felder-68205

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Larry McDonald
25 months ago
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Pathetic, put on some exciting fights and get bonus's and manage your money to fly your guys out to see the World. You choose this profession. If you need 2 guys to hold your dick while you piss as you do not have the tool box upstairs and a game plan that is nobodys fault but your own. Try getting a regular 9-5 job if you do not like the money your paid. Their are plenty of people who need to have operations or something that need a go fund me account, yours is a joke! Help someone who needs help with something and pay it forward for them as they are about to be evicted, need an operation, need food as they are homeless. Paul, decide needs and wants, you really made yourself look like a fool asking for money so your buddy can go corner you, meanwhile homeless people all over the world sleep out in the cold or extreme heat, no food, have not had a shower in weeks or months, you really are very sad for asking for this!

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Sandra Gillespie
26 months ago
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Danny Mejias
25 months ago

Get a real job with benefits. If you a "pro" fighter begging for money than you really are in the wrong one. I work my ass off and make a little over 100 thousand a year and I refuse to ask anyone for help. I dont feel bad for you. You have made enough money in the past 2 years to cover 7500.. Why not let your team pay for themselves? dont they get a percentage of your purse anyway? Also another piece of advice maybe you should stop fighting for peanuts and demand more money instead of begging.

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Chris McGowen
25 months ago

anytime the UFC gives you a fight opportunity, you have to accept it. Plain and simple! If he passed on this not only would he have to wait even longer for a fight to be booked, but also the UFC brass would look at him as a picky fighter, so they wouldn't think of him as a fighter who would take any fight at anytime, any place and anywhere. As for his money earnings. He's supporting his family and the cost of training and coaches is great. you may think that 260k in 2 years is alot for a fighter, but if he didn't have his personal debt before becoming a UFC fighter, paying off a mortgage for his house so his family wouldn't have worries anymore, covering the cost of going to a gym and have a group of people dedicated to training him so he can become successful in the octagon. these costs add up. the UFC should do a new promotional discount for hotels and airplane tickets based on group rates. if this doesn't work out with the UFC, how could they not be using priceline. saving you around 40% off on your plane ticket. just a few suggestions! best of luck to you Paul Felder!

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Krysty Gee
25 months ago

Why don't you guys go be assholes somewhere else? If you're going to be a complete jerk, at least proofread your tirade. Paul has worked his ass of for years and sacrificed everything to make his dream come true. Very few people are willing to give up everything for a million-in-one shot to make it. He could go get a 9-5, but that would be the easy way out. He's a good guy with a family to support. Maybe if he has a few bucks left over, he'll get you guys a personal editor for your GFM trolling endeavors.

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Ed Zacharewicz
25 months ago

Damn, Larry do you have nothing better to do? If people want to give some dude they like in UFC money they will, knocken peoples hustle is corny...im not donating though, ya'll can donate to my beer and rent fund if you want though.

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Jon Kennedy
25 months ago

You didn't have to accept a fight in brazil and when you did accept it you should of asked uncle dana to pay for your guys to get out there. Obviously you need a new manager and you better hope you stop him in the first or the second because he is definitely getting the decision handed to him in brazil, but i guess if you win it raises your stock. Just dont lose cause then you let down every person who gave you their hard earned money and you might get cut since the 155 division is pretty full.

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$120
Jimmy Cerra
25 months ago
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Go Felder! Good luck!

JC
$250
Jason Covy
25 months ago
1
1

It's great watching you carry Ken's legacy. Good luck out there!

MP
$25
Matthew Price
25 months ago
1
1

Give him hell Paul! Get the win!

CA
$50
Corbin Abernathy
25 months ago
1
1

Paul...we met years ago when you were in Angels in America with BCKSEET. You seem to have a couple of dudes who believe you are not managing your money well and shouldn't be asking for help. Don't listen to them! They don't get the bigger picture. Do what you must, save as much as you can for the future and keep going. The Philly theatre community is behind you.

MC
$15
Michael Conklin
25 months ago

Good luck, Paul!

BB
$25
Ben Boutaugh
25 months ago

Good luck in Brazil!

$10
Anonymous
25 months ago
SB
$40
surapheal belay
25 months ago

Good luck from a fan!

Larry McDonald
25 months ago
1
1

Oh ya one more thing, you have had 6 fights so far in the Ufc, nobody knows your sponsorship money even though it may not be what it was like before, but you have made 260,000 dollars in 6 fights due to bonus's and purse. Yes, you have a manager, yes you pay taxes, but that money you made was from October 2014- May 2016. You still made a LOT of money in 2 years, Looks like you need to learn to manage your money instead of asking for money since your not responsible to manage your purse and bonus's a little better. You can think I am a dick, but look at it from someone else's shoes and you know you look like a greedy guy who did not manage your money. Worse case out of that 260k you still made over 50k a year. Not good money for scrambling your brains I agree, but don't ask ppl for money when their are so many who need a helping hand with real problems, yours is a luxury! http://mma-manifesto.com/ufc-fighter-salary-database/salary-main/ufc-career-fighter-earnings.html http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Paul-Felder-68205

+ Read More
Larry McDonald
25 months ago
1
1

Pathetic, put on some exciting fights and get bonus's and manage your money to fly your guys out to see the World. You choose this profession. If you need 2 guys to hold your dick while you piss as you do not have the tool box upstairs and a game plan that is nobodys fault but your own. Try getting a regular 9-5 job if you do not like the money your paid. Their are plenty of people who need to have operations or something that need a go fund me account, yours is a joke! Help someone who needs help with something and pay it forward for them as they are about to be evicted, need an operation, need food as they are homeless. Paul, decide needs and wants, you really made yourself look like a fool asking for money so your buddy can go corner you, meanwhile homeless people all over the world sleep out in the cold or extreme heat, no food, have not had a shower in weeks or months, you really are very sad for asking for this!

+ Read More
Sandra Gillespie
26 months ago
1
1

We BELIEVE

+ Read More
Danny Mejias
25 months ago

Get a real job with benefits. If you a "pro" fighter begging for money than you really are in the wrong one. I work my ass off and make a little over 100 thousand a year and I refuse to ask anyone for help. I dont feel bad for you. You have made enough money in the past 2 years to cover 7500.. Why not let your team pay for themselves? dont they get a percentage of your purse anyway? Also another piece of advice maybe you should stop fighting for peanuts and demand more money instead of begging.

+ Read More
Chris McGowen
25 months ago

anytime the UFC gives you a fight opportunity, you have to accept it. Plain and simple! If he passed on this not only would he have to wait even longer for a fight to be booked, but also the UFC brass would look at him as a picky fighter, so they wouldn't think of him as a fighter who would take any fight at anytime, any place and anywhere. As for his money earnings. He's supporting his family and the cost of training and coaches is great. you may think that 260k in 2 years is alot for a fighter, but if he didn't have his personal debt before becoming a UFC fighter, paying off a mortgage for his house so his family wouldn't have worries anymore, covering the cost of going to a gym and have a group of people dedicated to training him so he can become successful in the octagon. these costs add up. the UFC should do a new promotional discount for hotels and airplane tickets based on group rates. if this doesn't work out with the UFC, how could they not be using priceline. saving you around 40% off on your plane ticket. just a few suggestions! best of luck to you Paul Felder!

+ Read More
Krysty Gee
25 months ago

Why don't you guys go be assholes somewhere else? If you're going to be a complete jerk, at least proofread your tirade. Paul has worked his ass of for years and sacrificed everything to make his dream come true. Very few people are willing to give up everything for a million-in-one shot to make it. He could go get a 9-5, but that would be the easy way out. He's a good guy with a family to support. Maybe if he has a few bucks left over, he'll get you guys a personal editor for your GFM trolling endeavors.

+ Read More
Ed Zacharewicz
25 months ago

Damn, Larry do you have nothing better to do? If people want to give some dude they like in UFC money they will, knocken peoples hustle is corny...im not donating though, ya'll can donate to my beer and rent fund if you want though.

+ Read More
Jon Kennedy
25 months ago

You didn't have to accept a fight in brazil and when you did accept it you should of asked uncle dana to pay for your guys to get out there. Obviously you need a new manager and you better hope you stop him in the first or the second because he is definitely getting the decision handed to him in brazil, but i guess if you win it raises your stock. Just dont lose cause then you let down every person who gave you their hard earned money and you might get cut since the 155 division is pretty full.

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