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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Boxing and my day job

I’m dog tired and busy last week! The last update I made on this blog was last September 27. That was during the holidays here in Kuwait. That was the time when I was with friends. We were having fun in the skating rink when I read about the Klitschko-Fury fight. I made a quick update on that report in this blog. After that, comes nothing.

As you know, I have the habit of having at least two to three updates on this blog. But last week was really a different story. My day job required a lot of focus and energy so that I will meet my targets. But because of my love of boxing and writing, I can’t go on without writing something on this blog.

They said that doing something you don’t want to do, but you need to do in any way because you don’t have a choice is—stress. But if you are doing something you love to do even if you only gain less or worse nothing is—passion.

Because writing about boxing is what I love to do, even my eyes were so weary typing this post, I still keep going... because writing anything boxing is my passion. Not only that, boxing is also my way to release stress from my day job.

Our building's parking area becomes my boxing gym when I'm stressed. Try punching your stress out to the heavy bag, it is really a good way to release stress and tension.

Well, although I have no time to write something the past week but it doesn’t mean that I don’t have the time to read boxing results. I still manage also to watch the highlights of Viktor Postol vs. Lucas Matthysse fight. I know that as a boxing fan I shouldn’t miss that fight because it was a damn good fight. Imaging the iceman meet the machine. I thought the iceman will be crushed by the machine, but whew! Cold stop the machine from working! The defeat was really a setback for Matthysse, but it did not really hurt his stock as a fighter. Fans will always love to see him fight again.

I heard also that Adrien Broner won against Khabib Allakhverdiev. He became a world champion again! Naaa! That’s according to the WBA. Does he really belong to the sense of the word champion? I doubt. Broner still ranked number eight at the junior welterweight division according to TBRB, but he’s sliding down with his lackluster performances. Anyway, he won by knockout though. What we are looking for as boxing fans from Broner is a stellar performance that he was not able to deliver.

I’m looking forward to watching some boxing matches on TV this weekend. And I’ll post some results here. Thanks for being here with me.

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