Bobby Razak releases short film on the life of baby Liam Kowal
Bobby Razak is an English film director and producer, best known for his work in the genres of mixed martial arts and extreme sports. Razak is also the founder of Tapout Films. Just days ago Razak released a short film on the life of baby Liam Kowal, a 15-month old boy, who was struck by a drunk driver on September 3.
The following day Liam’s parents, Marcus Kowal and Mishel Eder made the decision to take Liam off life support and donate his organs, a decision that likely saved or will save another child in need.
The alleged drunk driver, Donna Marie Higgins, was arrested at the scene of the crime on suspicion of felony hit-and-run and drunken driving charges, but was released on Sunday after posting bail. When Liam passed, she was re-arrested on suspicion of vehicle manslaughter, but was released after posting $100,000 bond. Higgins is scheduled to appear for arraignment on Nov. 15.
Marcus and Mishel along with the help of Razak wish to spread the word about the dangers of drunk driving while sharing their story.
Below is Bobby Razak’s short film about baby Liam Kowal
Born in Gothenburg, Sweden, Marcus Kowal is a professional kickboxer, boxer, and mixed martial arts athlete.
Kowal began his martial arts journey through Karate and Aikido while still a young teenager and became well-versed in multiple disciplines, winning the K2 World Title in kickboxing in 2002 and placing second in both the 2004 Golden Gloves and 2005 Title Boxing World Championships. After studying under Rickson Gracie, Rafael Cordeiro, and UFC heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum, he made his professional MMA debut in 2009 and was competing for major promotions, including Strikeforce, shortly thereafter.
Kowal (3-1-1) in MMA serves as the Lead MMA Training Instructor and Owner of Systems Training Center as well as the CEO and Co-Founder of Fitnesscenter.com. In addition, he is the Host and MMA specialist for StudioMMA and MMANytt.
Founder of MyMMANews.com
– After writing for Ultimate MMA magazine and serving as the editor for U.S. Combat Sports, both of which went on hiatus, I decided to venture out on my own and enlist a staff of writers and photographers that could help me achieve my goal of telling stories that would otherwise go untold. We pride ourselves in taking a deeper look into the fighter, and understanding what makes them tick.
– #1 Dad, Marine Corps Veteran, 80’s and 90’s Pro Wrestling Fan, MMA Commentator, Beer Lover, and avid movie watcher. Seriously….. I watch a lot of movies.