Tito Ortiz's manager, Bardia Ghahremani, is without a doubt an extremely sharp and experienced manager who truly goes the extra yards needed to take care of his MMA fighter clients, aside from just booking them fights and taking his cut. Now you can read what the "man behind the man, has planned for the man" at www.maxfighting.com
Being an experienced talent manager and having also managed fighters in the past both in MMA and Boxing, I am very impressed by Bhardia and all he does for Tito and his other clients along the class and style that he brings to the table.
Bardia Ghahremani Talks about ISA, UFC, Tito’s future and the possibilities of a Shamrock-Ortiz II Interview by Benny Henderson Jr (January 12, 2004)
Bardia Ghahremani is the master-negotiating powerhouse of International Sports Agency. The California based business takes pride in treating their clients like family, and in this ‘dog eat dog’ world filled with greedy, money-hungry back-biters, it is always nice to see a company treat their athletes like people and not just another dollar.
Whether it is NFL players or Mixed Martial Arts fighters they are always looking out for the best interest of the athletes and it shows. Bhardia is the 29-year-old lawyer, founder, Vice President of operations / agent, and manager of the UFC’s most colorful fighter, Tito Ortiz. ISA has also taken on such MMA fighters as Ricco Rodriguez, and is currently working with Tim Sylvia, Ortiz, Yves Edwards and Kit Cope, and is diligently putting together another “Team Punishment”.
With hard work and dedication, Bhardia looks to get the best deal possible for his fighters. Now with Tito fighting in his last contracted fight with the UFC in February, all are looking out to see what will happen next for the MMA bad boy. Will he continue in the UFC and take on arch nemesis Ken Shamrock, who recently called out Ortiz? Or will he entertain the many offers from other promotions such as PRIDE, K-1 and so on? Whatever the case will be you can be reassured Bardia will be right in the mix wheeling and dealing for his MMA superstar.
For the full interview: Go to Maxfighting.com