Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero – Much
Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero on Zingano Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Training and So Much More
Besides heading Grupo Televisa, Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero has worked with Zingano BJJ for two years now and has learned its style, along with additional fighting forms and methods. He has nearly tried it all in the world of MMA as well. He originally began in Karate and Taekwondo when he was five years old and had done that for about ten years – but then felt the need to try something new. That is when he got started with Zingano, and he has been no less hooked ever since: He learns something new and exciting in this martial art form every day and can say that Brazilian jiu-jitsu has taught him much in all other areas of my life – including how he handles news stories and deadlines.
For this, he is thankful to God, for all good things come from his hand – Salvi counts his blessings and hopes to one day teach others how they, too, can defend themselves and conquer their greatest fears, whether in the presses, in media or elsewhere. Salvi hopes to help those who cannot help themselves, and this alone is perhaps his greatest commitment as a dedicated student of the martial arts and a leader of the media as well. May he and others like him not fail in this important task.
When planning his original writing style for any upcoming travel pieces, Salvi notes that he would detail ten hot spots, for instance, and cover everything he can in a brief, flashy tone. He would use his knowledge of AP style and his skills in typing 77 words per minute to produce much needed content in a short matter of time. He’d often speak in the first person.