WATCH: Inspirational American Man Goes Viral With Amazing MMA Training Session Video

Life isn’t always fair to everyone, but there are always people who overcome obstacles and achieve greatness against all odds. Such humans become an example and an inspiration to others and motivate generations to never give up.


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Sport plays an important role in uplifting people and making them want to take on any challenge. There are many stories of people with physical, social and financial disadvantages overcoming obstacles through sport.


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One such heroic story recently swept the internet. A 24-year-old American named Zion Clark shone brighter than the others. Clark suffers from a rare condition called Caudal Regression Syndrome (CRS), a congenital condition that affects the lower half of the body.

However, that didn’t stop Clark from achieving what he wanted and today has millions of fans. The youngster has many talents. He plays drums, is a fitness influencer, motivational speaker. But a recent video of his MMA training left everyone in awe.

In the Instagram video, Clark had an amazing MMA workout in the gym and showed off strong punching and wrestling skills.

The viral video acted as a reality check for many who blame external factors for their failures. He is a living example of turning adversity into greatness and tragedy into inspiration.

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Conor McGregor’s inspiring rise from plumber to MMA legend

MMA has improved many lives thanks to the sport’s ever-increasing worldwide popularity and revenue. However, he was also instrumental in creating one of the most iconic fighters of all time, Conor McGregor.

The story of Conor McGregor’s rise to the top has inspired many young people to choose combat sports as a rewarding career. “The Notorious” was at the forefront of the UFC when it hit its peak and became a world-class promotion.

McGregor saw adversities in his life and overcame them to reach the top. The former two-time champion wasn’t always the flamboyant man he seems today. The Dublin native found his passion in MMA and pursued it wholeheartedly.

According to The Underdog Brand, he started working as a plumber during the day and became a fighter at night. He worked out hours before hitting the gym and worked as hard as he could to become a professional MMA fighter.

McGregor joined the London-based Cage Warriors, where he became a two-division champion before being called up to the UFC.

NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 12: Conor McGregor of Ireland celebrates his knockout victory over Eddie Alvarez of the United States in their lightweight championship bout at the UFC 205 event at Madison Square Garden on November 12, 2016 in New York. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

In the UFC, McGregor changed the face of the game and made himself a superstar who could attract millions of viewers. He gave record PPV events and made millions through the sport. Many people regard him as the one who improved the salary of fighters in the sport and made the sport even better.


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He then became the first double champion in the UFC and even tried his hand at professional boxing. He took on undefeated boxing legend, Floyd Mayweather, in a boxing match and reportedly won $100 million despite losing.


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Today, he lives the life he wants and owns various business ventures, cars, and other luxury goods. But he started out as a dedicated young boy who just wanted to learn the fine art of mixed martial arts.

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Kristen T. Prall