It’s stupid as hell, the world is fucked anyway. She’s obviously a slag looking for a quick buck. It’s just that if I was in the public eye I’d be making sure these feminazis wouldn’t be given an inch.She got caught grinding on a member of Pulev's team a short time after.
Just watched (well listened) to the video. Great stuff. I'll be rooting for him if he does get a crack at Kiko's European title!One guy who is on my radar at the moment is former amateur standout and current pro prospect Eric Donovan, who's a late entry into the pro game. He's currently 9-0 as a pro, and although he's getting up there at the age of 33, he was always one of the most naturally talented guys on the Irish team in the noughties. He won the Irish featherweight title this weekend past and he looked great doing so. Here's a very interesting interview with him:
Ive always found that boxers always have some of the more fascinating life stories, not least because its a working class sport and they tread a path that many athletes in other sports could not relate to. Donovan's a very eloquent guy, with a philosophical outlook on life and I found this interview a great watch. Ill definitely be rooting for him in the future.
Oh for sure mate, Irish amateurs at a decent level in the amateurs tend to be very well treated and the funding and support that they get is probably better than what a lot of up and coming pro prospects would be used to. As im sure many remember Ireland had a brilliant crop of amateur boxers circa 2008-2016 and none of them had any intention of going pro for years. However around 2013 or so the first few guys went pro, like John Joe Nevin and Jason Quigley. A few others guys who had done well in the amateurs but were operating at a lower level went pro, like Conrad Cummings, Philip Sutcliffe Tommy McCarthy.Just watched (well listened) to the video. Great stuff. I'll be rooting for him if he does get a crack at Kiko's European title!
Speaking of him turning over late, do you know if there's a greater emphasis on Irish boxers to stay in the amateurs? There are a few recent examples of it happening that I can think of -- David Oliver Joyce, Roy Sheahan, Eamonn O'Kane.