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    Congrats on the win and pulling thru after teh nutshot. What is current record?

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    How many weeks did you train for the fight? Or do you normally hit the gym up like everyday anyway?

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    so far my official record is 2-0-1 win/loss/draw

    had a few exhib bouts as well and novice bouts that dont go on your record (smokers etc) so all up probably 8-9 fights.

    tbh my training for this fight was pretty lazy. maybe 3-4 days a week. had a lot of problems with business stuff and dental/medical **** leading up to it. normally i would want a full 6 weeks of 6 days per week training.

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    Congrats Alex

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    YouTube- alex daly vs mark daniel

    vid of the fight. im not particularly happy with my performance- but then, my training leading up to this had been haphazard at best, and i was not at all prepared to be fighting a southpaw. i found kicks with this guy awkward at best and after he nailed me in the nuts my legs felt like lead so i pretty much stuck to punching. i get into a bad habit of taking a hot to deliver a hit so he was teeing off on my elbow towards the end, but nothing got through.

    the commentator gets pretty excited about that knee in the first round, but it didnt do ****. i bent slightly cos i was in a crap position and he pulled my head down, not because the knee hurt at all.

    i was happier with my boxing in this fight than i have been before, the straight left was working a treat and basically won me the fight, and is something i had been working on with my coach a lot more than i had previously.

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    Decent showing. I was finding it funny watching you both circle to eachother's power side, southpaw vs southpaw is awkward as hell.
    "Boxing is the art of hitting an opponent from the furthest distance away, exposing the least amount of your body while getting into position to punch with maximum leverage and not getting hit."
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    yeah i noticed that afterwards, probably didnt help my elbow much.

    oh and if you wonder why i wouldnt look at him while touching gloves its cos he was shitting his fucking pants and i didnt want that to make me feel nervous

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    You're a lot more smoother than him, he's tensing up and pushing out his strikes. I like your punches in bunches and up down attack.

    What language was the commentator using?
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    Didn't notice it, I only ever do the stare down when i want the crowd to get amped up. Personally i prefer to save my mental energy for the fight and just look at the ref and nod.
    "Boxing is the art of hitting an opponent from the furthest distance away, exposing the least amount of your body while getting into position to punch with maximum leverage and not getting hit."
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