Xtreme Couture Supplements

Rear NakedSenior Analyst IJune 11, 2009

LAS VEGAS - FEBRUARY 22:  UFC fighter Randy Couture attends the 'Heatherette' party hosted by celebrity designers Richie Rich and Traver Rains, at Light nightclub, Bellagio  Hotel, February 22, 2006 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Chris Farina/Getty Images)

Xtreme Couture now has a line of supplements.

It's about time a fighter poked their nose into this world. It's been sitting there waiting for a couple years.

This is one reason I think MMA managers are horrible. You have a perfect match between fighters and supplements.

Everyone is enamored with MMA training at the moment. It's the new Tae Bo. All you really need is a popular fighter to be the spokesman for the products and some investors.

Why has it taken this long for someone to do it?

Even a moderately successful operation could turn out millions a year. Instead MMA managers cash their 10 percent checks, wait for calls from promoters, and line up ugly sponsor t-shirts for their fighters to wear.

Supposedly (probably not), this is Randy Couture's supplement schedule. Not surprisingly, he takes every product they offer. What are the odds?!

Check out this stock photoof the Xtreme Couture research lab. Looks like they're working on a new Orange Julius shake of some sort.

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