The Shop

The Fight Library was started to combat the hostage holding websites have with millions of ads on their site. In other websites, you can pay to not be sold or advertised to. I don’t like that. I’m here to provide content. While I do run only one ad on the website at at time, I aim to minimize that as time goe. Webcams, editing software, and websites cost money to run. At this time, I finance The Fight Library out of my pocket. The domain costs $18 a year and the premium WordPress (which this site is hosted on) is over $99 a year. 

This shop is set up with Amazon Associate links to products I have used, read and will vouch for. Yes, I get paid if you click the link and buy, but so do the awesome athletes and creators of these amazing products. The selection is low for now. As I look through and review other products, it will grow over time!

Jiu Jitsu with Nicolas Cage


Nicolas Cage, martial arts stars Tony Jaa and Alain Moussi team up in this action-packed explosive thriller. An ancient order of expert Jiu Jitsu fighters face their ultimate match in a deadly battle for Earth.

Read our review of Jiu Jitsu here.

Combat Sports in the Ancient World by Michael B. Poliakoff

A leading authority on classical games here provides a comprehensive study of the practice of combat sports in the ancient civilizations of Greece, Rome, and the Near East. Describing and analyzing the sports of boxing, wrestling, stick-fighting, and pankration, Michael B. Poliakoff discusses such topics as the function of competition and violent games in ancient society; on the social background of the participants, showing the broad spectrum of Greek athletic personnel; on the significance of the appearance of combat sport in myth and literature; and on the alleged cultic functions of the ancient combat sports. The book is copiously illustrated with photographs of numerous objects rarely or never before published.

Read our review of Combat Sports in the Ancient World by Michael B. Poliakoff here.

Insight by Kieran Gething

This is a short book about different situations in my life as a championship winning fighter. It’s about how boxing has helped me as a a sport and how my natural mentality has helped me through different situations in my life such as my father’s death and being bullied as a child through to me being a father and husband myself. It includes a daily diary building up to the biggest fight of my career so far, you’ll hopefully feel obliged to read until the end…

Read our review on Insight by Kieran Gething here.

Cobra Kai Season 1 & 2

Decades after the tournament that changed their lives, the rivalry between Johnny and Daniel reignites in this sequel to the “Karate Kid” films.

Read our review of Cobra Kai Season 1 here.

My Fight / Your Fight by Ronda Rousey

Marked by her signature charm, barbed wit, and undeniable power, Rousey’s account of the toughest fights of her life—in and outside the Octagon—reveals the painful loss of her father when she was eight years old, the intensity of her judo training, her battles with love, her meteoric rise to fame, the secret behind her undefeated UFC record, and what it takes to become the toughest woman on Earth. Rousey shares hard-won lessons on how to be the best at what you do, including how to find fulfillment in the sacrifices, how to turn limitations into opportunities, and how to be the best on your worst day.

The Book of Five Rings by Miyamoto Musashi

When the undefeated samurai Miyamoto Musashi retreated to a cave in 1643 and wrote The Book of Five Rings, a manifesto on swordsmanship, strategy, and winning for his students and generations of samurai to come, he created one of the most perceptive and incisive texts on strategic thinking ever to come from Asia.