The vision here at FightPassport.com has always been to take a behind the scenes, uncensored approach to the fight game while showcasing the training and dedication that it takes to be a fighter. That being said, we’re looking to expand and take some additional writers on board.
Ideally, we would like to build a team of talented, adventurous writers who are passionate about travelling, martial arts and experiencing new things. You don’t have to be a professional fighter to take on this job but you do have to be a good writer.
We’re looking for people who are willing to step outside their comfort zone, put themselves into interesting situations and then write about their experiences in a way that will have our readers hooked and wanting more. That being said, we’re not looking for repetitive journal entries that list the same thing over and over.
Our readers do not want to read about how you skipped for 20 minutes and did 5 rounds of pad work in every single entry. That gets repetitive and quite frankly, it gets boring. Your training should certainly be discussed but it should be done so in an interesting way. Videos to showcase your improvement, reviews of the camps you’re training at, new techniques you’re learning, the history of the art you’re studying – that’s the sort of thing we’re looking for here.
We’re also looking for your entries based on your experiences outside the training environment as well. The people you encounter, the cultural differences, the wild nights out – we want to read about it all. Basically, if you experience something interesting throughout your journey, we want you to use FightPassport.com as your platform to share your stories to the world.
We’re looking for writers to study the following arts in the following locations…
- Muay Thai in Thailand (unavailable)
- BJJ in Brazil (available)
- Judo in Japan (available)
- Pradal Serey in Cambodia (available)
- Sambo in Russia (available)
- Kung Fu in China (available)
- Kali in Philippines (available)
- Boxing in Mexico (available)
As for MMA as a whole, we would like to have a qualified writer training and writing out of one of the top MMA gyms in the United States. For example, American Top Team, American Kickboxing Academy (AKA), Team Quest, Xtreme Couture in Vegas, Greg Jackson’s Camp, Sityodtong in Boston etc.
Web Design Skills
Don’t worry, you don’t need any. If you’re selected, you can simply write up your entries and submit them to us on notepad or Microsoft works document (along with your pictures for the entry) and we’ll do the rest.
If monetary compensation is your sole purpose for taking on the position, you’re going to be disappointed because the content on FightPassport.com is free for our readers. We don’t charge for it and we don’t plan too. That being said, you’ll be able to monetize your entries with Google ads (earn money when your ads are clicked) and MMA related affiliate programs.
This opportunity is more for the people that have been planning on going to a foreign country to train anyway. This just gives you a chance share your experiences with a large readership base, get some exposure for yourself and the martial art you’re studying and also, it gives you the opportunity to earn a little bit of money along the way to help out with expenses.
If You’re Interested..
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us where you plan on going, what art you plan on studying, your training background, what you hope to get out of the experience, and keep in mind, we’re looking for quality writers so this is your chance to showcase your writing ability.
To make it clear. This is not a paid position. This opportunity is for the people who are already planning on going to train and would like to use FightPassport.com as a platform to share their experiences with the world.