Photo courtesy of LAtimes.com.
On March 11, 2009, the world of mixed martial arts (MMA) lost one of its most iconic figures when Charles Lewis Jr. was killed in an early morning car accident.
"Mask" was a pioneer in MMA fashion with his "TapouT" brand that gave MMA fans their own clothing line to display their rabid fandom. The brand is now an easily recognizable item at almost every live event and has helped line the pockets of some of your favorite fighters.
At a time when most sponsors wouldn't give them a dime.
Bobby Razak, who is a director/producer and is arguably the biggest name in bringing combat sports to the silver screen, is behind the project, which currently has no release date. Razak has also worked on the David Loiseau and Georges St. Pierre documentary "The Striking Truth" and "Fight For The Troops," which showcased the first MMA event in a war zone in Iraq.
His trailer for "Mask," after the jump.
More on the tragic loss of Mask by clicking here.