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LAS VEGAS — Now that 2020 is a thing of the past and 2021 is in full swing, #TeamIridium's management team revealed if they're setting any new year's resolutions.


Raul Arvizu

“Being in Latin America, the road to the UFC is difficult. Working with Iridium, I’d like to see three to five of our Latin American fighters signing with the UFC in 2021.”


Jason House

“As exciting as it can be to set a new year's resolution, the only thing that's changed is the year. Whether it's 2021 or 2020, my goals are the same. Always strive to improve myself and the lives of others every single day, make the most of my time by giving back in a meaningful way, and remember to enjoy the process of working with so many amazing, hard working people.”


Ed Kapp

"I take tremendous joy in being a part of the Team Iridium family, and I know the great times will continue in 2021. I'm excited to develop even better relationships with our clients and continue working hard to be a valuable asset to them. I can't wait to see what the future holds for us."


Jeremy Luchau

"Empower the team by investing in growth and development."


Jacob Parga

"My resolution this year is to evolve personally, professionally, and spiritually. Help bring success to my family, team, clients, and relationship. Enjoy the wins, but never forget there is more to be done."


Lance Spaude

“I tend to stay away from new year's resolutions. I have found that they typically are short lived and never committed to actual, long-lasting change. With that said, I focus on growing as a representative of our clients and as a person every day. In the new year I will diligently continue to improve on my daily growth.”


Joe Wooster

"I don’t really believe in them. If something is important enough, one wouldn’t wait for a certain date to make a change. That being said, I've been training really hard and I'm excited to defend my Midwest taco-eating championship in the summer!"


ABOUT IRIDIUM SPORTS AGENCY

Iridium Sports Agency is a full-service professional management firm. Founded in 2009 by attorney Jason House, Iridium represents more than 80 fighters in the UFC, Bellator and ProFightLeague. Iridium's team of agents is devoted to assisting athletes in all aspects of their professional lives.

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LAS VEGAS — Two of #TeamIridium’s baddest young fighters, Mitch Ramirez and Westin Wilson, are ready to kick off 2021 with big wins this weekend.


On Friday, Mitch tries to improve to 3-0 with a third straight first-round KO in the Main Event of Mountain Force MMA in Utah. A day later in Tennessee, Westin looks to climb to 9-5 at Valor Fights with a second straight stoppage victory.


ABOUT IRIDIUM SPORTS AGENCY

Iridium Sports Agency is a full-service professional management firm. Founded in 2009 by attorney Jason House, Iridium represents more than 80 fighters in the UFC, Bellator and ProFightLeague. Iridium's team of agents is devoted to assisting athletes in all aspects of their professional lives.

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LAS VEGAS Way before Iridium Sports Agency had a team of agents across North America and clients around the globe, there were two men at the helm; Jason House and Jeremy Luchau. After more than a decade of working together, The Darkside’s long-standing dynamic duo are going stronger than ever as they close in on signing their 100th client to the UFC’s active roster in 2021. Jeremy and Jason each sat down separately over the holidays to answer the following questions about their counterpart.


How would you describe your relationship with each other in one word?


Luchau: Brothers.


House: Brother.


What's your earliest memory of each other, and how did you begin working together?


House: My earliest memory of Jeremy was him running the Tachi Palace Fights events in 2009. I was just an intern at MMA Agents (laughs).


Luchau: I was promoting at Tachi and he was trying to get athletes on for some time. We finally were able to get a fight put together with one of his guys. The fighter’s team didn’t like being in little ‘ol Lemoore and posted something about it smelling like poop on Facebook. I had to talk with Jason about getting it removed before someone from the tribe saw it. Wasn’t a fun conversation, but funny talking about it now (laughs).


What do you consider each other’s greatest accomplishment professionally? How about outside the fight game?


Luchau: The answer applies to both. Jason has remained loyal and honest; he doesn’t break his balls for nobody.


House: Jeremy’s greatest accomplishment professionally has been his commitment to constant self-improvement so that he can serve our clients to the best of his ability. He’s constantly redefining his best so that he can best serve and give to our clients. Jeremy’s greatest accomplishment personally is his family. He has raised four beautiful children, who are all amazing young adults.


What's something that the other has really helped you with, outside of your working relationship?


House: To slow down and enjoy the ride. He always does a great job of making sure I keep my perspective.


Luchau: To be honest, I think we’ve helped each other grow personally more than professionally. We’ve been through the mud together and leaned on each other more times than I can count. He’s always listened and not judged.


Why do you guys work so well together?


Luchau: I feel like we are the true definition of Yin and Yang we found out early that a lot of the stuff he enjoys about the business, I didn’t, and the things he didn’t, I did. Throughout the 10 years or so working together we’ve made each other stronger in our areas of weakness.


House: We work well together because we are best friends. It’s easy to put the long hours in every day when you’re doing it with the people that you love the most. We’ve been through so much together over the years and it’s really strengthened our bond.


What do you think the other values most about you?


House: That’s a tough one, I would say honesty. I believe we have a great relationship all these years because of trust and honesty. We always have each other's best interest at heart and that type of selflessness is what has been a staple in our friendship.


Luchau: My honesty I’m never afraid to tell him my truth or feelings on a subject. I’m not a yes man and I challenge him. It’s not always pretty, but it’s fair.


What's something the other doesn't get enough credit for?


Luchau: His hard work and his sacrifice I believe people take a lot of shortcuts in the business and they see his (our) success as a company now and try to find “reasons” as to why we are where we are at. They didn’t see him sleeping on hotel room floors for five or six years straight.


House: His ability to develop talent and choose the right fights for our clients.


Where do you see the other in five years?


House: In five years, I see Jeremy watching his son Jace make his MMA debut, which I imagine will give him a few grey hairs (laughs). In all seriousness, in five years, Jeremy will rightfully be recognized as one of the best agents in the business.


Luchau: I hope at his son’s little league game.


ABOUT IRIDIUM SPORTS AGENCY

Iridium Sports Agency is a full-service professional management firm. Founded in 2009 by attorney Jason House, Iridium represents more than 80 fighters in the UFC, Bellator and ProFightLeague. Iridium's team of agents is devoted to assisting athletes in all aspects of their professional lives.

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