The former Democratic presidential candidate has been hotly tipped to serve in the cabinet of a Biden administration, where an overhaul of professional MMA could be a top priority
“You do karate, chink?” the biggest bully barked at Andrew Yang, as he kneed the future 2020 US presidential candidate in his groin and sent him face-first into the schoolyard dirt.
It was a taunting question Yang’s tormentors often asked him before they beat up the town’s only Asian kid. Yang was an easy target. He was smaller and scrawny compared to his peers – something he couldn’t help because he’d skipped a grade to join them. Yang endured years of beatings, until he decided to take his aggressors’ advice and train in a martial art.