MMA as it was
In an age where MMA is becoming a coherent sport unto itself (a "finished product" if you will), it's interesting to look back at the days were the first tentative steps were being taken in cross-training.
In the 90's, a series of videotapes were released by Shamrock, Taktarov, Severn, and one or two other UFC champions/contenders called "Secrets of the Octagon". It is currently considered rather useless (times have changed so much), but as a historical artifact it must be considered fairly valuable--it shows the state of technical progress when it was made. Unfortunately, I haven't seen these firsthand--just heard about them.
Has anyone seen them?