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2007/06/13 20:05:59 (permalink)

Hi Everyone,...

Hi Guys,..
Ive been lurking for a while, and just signed up...so thought i would say hello.

I have been in America (moved from England) for coming on four years, recently moved to the Mid-West, from Las-Vegas, Nevada..

I have been fighting/training since i was very young (roughly nine years old) and been lifting weights since i was 14...been lifting heavy and seriously though for the last five years, 3-4 times a week depending on what im doing (cutting, bulking etc) and im 26 now.

Im working on my career as a fighter at the moment, and have been training at my current camp/team for 11 months...my current record is 4-1-0 (win, loss, draw) i fight amateur at the moment, and have a fight in a few weeks against a very good fighter who has seven wins and two losses...four weeks after that i have a fight for a Championship belt at 155lbs, which when i win, i will go for the belt at 145lbs...the aim is too hold championship belts at 145lbs AND 155lbs...i will defend them both once, then plan on turning Pro....if i win all my fights, that will put me at 9-1-0 as an amateur...talk about counting you chickens before they hatch eh?...it could all go wrong, but at least i will have tried!...
So, all the best to all you fighetrs, and i hope to learn more about lifting weights, nutrition etc from some of you guys!...

J-MMA.

"Just go out there and have a f#$king FIGHT"
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    Sherlock
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    RE: Hi Everyone,... 2007/06/14 10:51:55 (permalink)
    Welcome to the fighters forum and good luck with the upcoming fights. How did you get to move to USA so young? with family or through work? Would love to move their ourselves one day.
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    JayMMA
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    RE: Hi Everyone,... 2007/06/14 16:34:29 (permalink)
    Hi Mate,..

    I married an American,...i wanted her to move to the UK, but she has two kids in school, and you have to be realistic, sometimes, things just dont work out you know?...not realy fair to ask a woman and two kids to up and leave everything,...i miss home badly, and ive only been able to get back once since ive been here,...hoping to get back sometime this year though, miss my brother like crazy!..lol.

    May be going upto Iowa to train with Pat Militich this summer, it is just a BIG maybe though...one guy i roll with is buddys with Brad Imes and he said he may be able to sort summat out, which would be cool...but as with so many bloody things, it will probably fizzle to nowt!..lol.

    J.

    "Just go out there and have a f#$king FIGHT"
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    drab4
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    RE: Hi Everyone,... 2007/06/14 19:08:43 (permalink)
    Welcome to the forum mate


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    KICKFIGHTER
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    RE: Hi Everyone,... 2007/06/14 20:40:20 (permalink)
    Welcome Bro, good to hear from a stateside fighter who has plans to turn pro. Good luck and keep us informed of your progress mate.

    If you only do what you've always done then you'll only get what you've always got!
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