Jens Pulver "Driven"

Lil Evil-

The nickname is well known throughout the MMA industry with many loving the way Jens "Lil Evil" Pulver presents himself inside and out of the octagon. Pulver is one of the original UFC fighters and has a well known following of what he did and still does for the business. Pulver has had an impressive career and hasn't even had a thought about retiring in the sport he dearly loves. He continues to battle after every fight trying to make himself that much better not only for him but for his fans as well.

All didn't start well for Pulver as he has had an eventful past that many won't even to get a taste of throughout their own life. Pulver has gone through many valleys and peaks and telling the story wouldn't be possible without a camera.

With director Gregory Bayne Jens Pulver's movie "Driven" is making its way to DVD November 1st. Bayne is making a push to Facebook as well as Twitter to get the movie out to the MMA legend's fans and let them see  a story that hasn't been told like anyway before.

It has taken a lot of work for Bayne to achieve the video of Jens following him through his fights and training and getting down to what the movie will disclose as well as how Pulver will be perceived by the viewing audience. Below there are several clips from the movie and the official twitter of the movie as well as the facebook link. Bayne constantly updates the status of the movie and what other pieces are being edited or reviewed. The DVD's are 30 dollars and are signed by Jens Pulver for only 30 dollars and some of the money supports the Last March Campaign.

No matter what kind of MMA fan you are, this is a must buy for a fighter who tells it like it is and isn't afraid to put his body on the line for what he loves.  Jens Pulver is an icon in this industry and this movie will surely reflect that.

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Filed under: UFC, WEC

Tags: jenspulver, mma, UFC

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    After reading this article I did some searching online and found out that the film is now on iTunes to rent and buy. I checked it out last night and really liked it. Here's the link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/jens-pulver-driven/id443609696

  • Agreed thanks for the link and it's booming on the charts! Thanks Jon!

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