Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Clay Matthews Loses Super Bowl Battle Of The Hair

What a week for Clay Matthews of the Green Bay Packers.  I was a bit upset that he didn't win the NFL defensive player of the year due to some guy named Troy on the Steelers. Now it turns out Matthews is taking second prize in the NFL battle of the hair. 

Now Polamalu has the support of Head N Shoulders but I'm gonna go out on a limb and say we will see Matthews dome starring in some ads very soon.  I like his look a lot better, because frankly, it just looks easier to manage.

Now that the important stuff is out of the way, I think it is Matthews that will have a better Super Bowl on Sunday.  Polamalu is a game changer but Matthews is going to be involved in a lot more plays from his position.  Clay Matthews is definitely a monster and his often season training regiment may just be responsible for getting him through the longest NFL season of his young career. 

The only drawback of being in a Super Bowl is the punishment your body has had to endure to get to that point.  Yes, the players get paid more to play in the playoffs, but year after year, playing on a great team could actually shorten a guy's career.  When you play as physical as Matthews does you better find a way to get an edge.

He and other NFL players have taken to MMA training in the off season, and Matthews trains with Fox NFL commentator Jay Glazer. MMA fans of well aware of Glazer's involvement in the sport but NFL fans might not have any idea how tough Jay Glazer really is.  He has just released the Perfect Punch MMA training system so everyone can take advantage of MMA training for fitness, and if you can't get a private coaching session like Matthews, the Perfect Punch might just be the next best thing.

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