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SFLC Podcast – Episode 155: Chad Robichaux

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SFLC Podcast – Episode 155: Chad Robichaux

Chad Robichaux (@ChadRobo) in 2010, was the #1 ranked Flyweight in the U.S. He fought in Strikeforce, Bellator, WSOF, was a former world champion in Legacy, but for Chad, his toughest opponent was himself. Chad joins us to talk about his life as a Force Recon Marine, becoming a deputy with the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office in Louisiana, a particular night as a deputy that you have to hear to beleive, going back into the Marines after 9/11, several deployments, overcoming PTSD, how jiu-jitsu and MMA became an addiction after his life in the Marines, which lead to his rock bottom and almost cost him his family.

Chad was able to overcome tremendous obstacles and adversity, and through faith and forgiveness, he was able to turn his life around. He is now helping others who have been on a similar path through the Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs. ( He also is featured in an incredible film in hopes his experience can help others who are struggling which you can check out at this link:


Chad Robichaux

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