The moment Tim Kennedy caught word about a UFC Fight for the Troops card happening in 2013 he began his campaign to end up as part of the show.
A decorated Army Ranger, Kennedy actually attended one of the previous UFC Fight for the Troops show as a soldier, but now his dream was to fight in front of his fellow enlisted men and women and put on a show for them as a fighter inside the Octagon.
While many paint recently retired UFC fighter and Marine Brian Stann as the man who may eventually have political aspirations, Kennedy could be a good running mate after doing everything in his power to end up on the card.
"As soon as I heard rumors of it, even after my Roger Gracie fight, I didn't get an in-cage interview but when I got to the back every microphone I got a hold of I was like 'let me tell you I heard of this Fight for the Troops thing coming down the pipe and I really want to be on it. I'll fight Liz Carmouche, I'll fight (Cain) Velasquez, you name it, I'll do it," Kennedy s...