Discover how ‘The Monkey God’ Jarred Brooks uses diss tracks and raps to get inside the heads of his opponents in MMA. Read about his unique approach and upcoming fight against Mikey Musumeci.
The Monkey God’s Unique Approach to Trash Talking in MMA
Reigning ONE strawweight world champion Jarred Brooks, also known as ‘The Monkey God,’ has found a unique way to get inside the heads of his opponents. Unlike traditional trash talking, Brooks takes it a step further by creating diss tracks and raps about his foes. In a recent interview, he discussed his thought process behind this unconventional approach.
Brooks explained that his method involves extensive research on his opponents. He watches their fights from the beginning of their careers to the present, analyzing their strengths, weaknesses, and tendencies. By doing so, he aims to make his opponents feel like he knows them inside out, creating doubt and intimidation.
According to Brooks, his goal is not only to intimidate his opponents but also to make a statement to the MMA world. He wants people to recognize his dedication and knowledge of the sport. By showcasing his understanding of his opponents’ fighting styles and weaknesses, he believes it will make his victories more meaningful.
While trash talking is not uncommon in MMA, Brooks claims that his approach is unique. He believes that no one else in the sport is using diss tracks and raps to break down their opponents. This sets him apart and adds an extra layer of psychological warfare to his fights.
As for his upcoming fight, Brooks will be facing BJJ genius Mikey Musumeci for the ONE flyweight submission grappling world title. The highly anticipated bout will take place at ONE Fight Night 13: Allazov vs. Grigorian on Prime Video. The event will be held at the historic Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on Friday, August 4.
Fans in the United States and Canada can watch the event for free on Amazon Prime Video.
Stay tuned to witness if ‘The Monkey God’ will drop a diss track for his next opponent and continue his unique approach to trash talking in MMA.