Bellator MMA heavyweight Roy ‘Big Country’ Nelson does it his way.
In a sport dominated by wrestling, boxing, and BJJ, Nelson started in Kung Fu, and still practices the art. In a sport dominated by the UFC, he has moved to Bellator. And in a sport where few fighters are using their income to plan ahead, Nelson is. And as he explains on Bellator 183 In Focus, one of his commercial efforts is like nothing else.
“One thing I’ve been blessed with, being a professional fighter, being a professional athlete, is that it’s allowed me to become a better businessman,” said Nelson. “Because it has allowed me to do things that I’ve always wanted to do.”
“For me, Hog Car Tours is really simple. It’s amazing tours, with food. It’s one of my many businesses that I have in my portfolio.”
The next time you go to Vegas, to HAVE to do Hog Car Tours. It’s $135 per person to drive a pink open-air Hog Car on a guided, personalized tour of some of the most well-known—and not-so-well-known—sights on the Strip.
There are several tours including the night light tour, the old Vegas and mobster tour, Big Country’s fantasy tour, and the food tour which stops at joints like Rollin Smoke BBQ, rated the “best ‘dam’ barbecue in Las Vegas,” and chic locales like Jean-Phillipe Patisserie in the Bellagio Hotel, featuring the world’s largest chocolate fountain.
So once again, the next time you go to Vegas, to HAVE TO DO Hog Car Tours.
And returning from pleasure to fighting, Nelson fights Javy Ayala at Bellator 183 on September 23, 2017!