… And new!

So last night there were two new world champions crowned! Last night Facebook was a buzz with fighters and spectators alike all sharing their predictions and thoughts. Yokkao is renowned for its consistency is putting out fantastic shows. Yokkao 17 & 18 was no different.

yokkao 17&18

I wasn’t there so I can’t pass judgement on what happened with any of the fights but the news of the two main events of the show have been circulating my news feed all day! First of all, fighting for the 65kg YOKKAO world title, was Liam Harrison from the world famous Bad Company gym in Leeds and his very worth opponent was Tetsuya Yamato from Japan. Tetsuya recently fought Pakorn who actually beat Liam last time they met and won! So everything was on the line for this upcoming encounter.

The title was only put on the line last week as Pakorn’s last three fights were lost which means he was made, by YOKKAO rules, to vacate his world title. This left the belt up for grabs by these two warriors! Through reading Facebook, I have heard it was a close bout, some say that either fighter could have took it but Liam deserved the win. He mentioned in his post-fight video that he adapted his game plan, rather than hurting them with leg kicks, he would kick and move, kick and move. Which in turn got him the win over the Jap!

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I can imagine it being a very proud moment for Liam, this was his sixth world title win and one he most definitely deserved!

Who do you think he will have to defend it against next?

The main event for YOKKAO 18 was not only a revenge bout but one that held a lot of substance for Jordan Watson. With the last encounter that Jordan had with the Swede even he can admit, Sanny made an example of him really. He gassed early and in turn, was over turned but Dahlbeck.

Since the loss, the rematch was wanted by all the fans (and Jordan and Sanny) and this time round the fighters definitely didn’t disappoint. As I said before, I wasn’t there to watch it but I can imagine it was all kinds of a war! I can’t wait to see the videos that YOKKAO will no doubt be posting very soon for all of our viewing pleasure!

On the run up to the fight Jordan recently went out to Thailand to train for the fight at the new YOKKAO Training centre in Bangkok to train with Saenchai and Singdam being just two names that were there to help him prepare. He said in an interview before the fight that this was the hardest he has train for a fight and he was totally ready to give everything in the ring to get the belt back.

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And that he did! He has now being crowned the 70kg YOKKAO world champion! Both the fighters looked over the moon with their wins. It was definitely a good day at the office for Bad Co. I will post the videos of the fights on here when they eventually go live on YouTube for you to watch.

I would like to say a massive well done and congratulations to these two awesome fighters! They deserve everything and are a prime example of hard work paying off! Catch them here saying a few words after their fights last night!

 

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Take it easy and keeping working hard!

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5 rounds of sparring… God I’ve missed training!

Tonight was AWESOME!!

I have been down to the gym twice this week and we are only on Tuesday. I went yesterday hoping to do a Thai session but didn’t realise as I was out of swing that it didn’t start until 8pm so managed to get some S&C in. It was a good session, it was a body weight session that consisted of working on our core, plank, headstands, handstands, some fun stuff and then onto some circuits.

A class at Northern Kings

A class at Northern Kings

This morning, safe to say, I felt a little sore. After 3 months of not doing much training at all, it felt good to be doing some sort of exercise again. I paid for two sessions yesterday but my little lad was getting tired at the gym so I decided to give the Thai session a miss and get the little one home to bed. I agreed that I would come the next day and do the other session that I had paid for.

Tonight was awesome. It felt so good to be back. I have missed it so much! I went to the advanced class as it is at 5.30pm and it gets me home early…ish. I thought I was in for some sort of punishment when I was on my way down and sure enough, after 10mins on the rope the words “Sparring gear guys!” was like music to my ears.

It felt wicked to be using my mind again. Thinking about attacking and defending. Bobs and weaves. Fakes and feints. Hitting and not getting hit. To be honest I felt good, i wasn’t sparring hard at all, it was light and technical, just what I needed. Much to my surprise it was like I has never been away. Always the welcoming vibe of the lads down at the gym is always good. It makes it so much easier to get back into it when all the lads (and lasses) there are down to earth and love to just get down to business.

The Northern Kings family

The Northern Kings family

I have signed myself up for a beginners course as a refresher to brush up on the basics as well as get myself back into going on a regular basis. It also gets my arse inspired to get writing again, because here I am again, writing. I find it difficult to get into the swing of things when I aren’t training myself but it definitely felt good to be back!

I will keep you updated on my blog with the things that we get up to on the ‘101’ course. It will be good to strip things right back to basics and get some good training in again.

Until then, you can keep updated with all things MTBUK at http://www.facebook.com/muaythaibloguk and also http://www.twitter.com/muaythaibloguk

I am potentially going to be making a new website soon and will be looking for gyms/brands to fill up some advertising space, so if you know of someone that may be interested, you can contact me on muaythaibloguk@gmail.com

Take care & thanks for reading!

Peace – Dom – MTBUK

New feel to the YOKKAO site

Hey!!

There has been a recent re-vamp of the YOKKAO site to give it a more simpler more aesthetically pleasing feel and look. I think it is awesome! It has been a little while since I have posted with them but am now back in the game after they have took a holiday and let the dust settle from YOKKAO 14 & 15.

A shot of the new YOKKAO site

A shot of the new YOKKAO site

It was an amazing opportunity to be able to wear my ‘STAFF’ band at the event just over two weeks ago. It was a shame that I really wasn’t feeling well so just took the time to sit and enjoy the fights really. Next time round I will take the chance to go and meet and greet with the fighters and stuff.

I am in the process of doing a write up of the event, so if any of my readers were there and they would like to be featured on the YOKKAO site with their comments about what they thought of the event then you can drop me an email with your name and what you thought to muaythaibloguk@gmail.com.

I am thinking about building a new website and a new home for MTBUK and when I get the ball rolling on this I will be looking for sponsors to advertise their sites and feature within posts on MTBUK which will in turn increase traffic to their sites/blogs/shops and then improve their sales of increase their audience. I am a long way off reaching out to particular people for this but I just want to begin putting this out there for future incase you might want to get involved.

The Bolton Macron arena for YOKKAO 14

The Bolton Macron arena for YOKKAO 14

I am getting my headspace back to where it needs to be in regards to my writing, I am going to get back into training twice a week to give me a kick start back into it after having 3 months off. It is hard to write about training when I aren’t training myself. I will get there, I intent to start writing for both MTBUK and for YOKKAO on a regular basis, I have been drawing my motivation from Sean Fagan’s Muay Thai Guy and Joe Rogan’s podcast too!

Lets see what will happen over the coming weeks and hope I make some good headway in building a portfolio of content for YOKKAO and keeping you guys up to date with what is going on!

Until then, keep training hard! If you would like to give me a shout about what you are up to, you can find me either on Twitter or Facebook finally you can keep up to date on my writings with YOKKAO at www.yokkao.com/news/author/dom

Peace!

Good session yesterday and interclub this weekend. 

Had a good old session in the gym yesterday. It’s strange now, with me having a wee man to think about and taking all my time I am struggling to get down to the gym now but he is totally worth it! Here is a shot of him having his guard up!

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Maximus holding his guard up! Future world champ!

It was good to be back in there, I got chance to go down a couple of weeks ago for an advanced session and I felt I was back to square one. This session was good though, we were working on scooping the body kick and defending against it.

Scooping is something that you see really often in professional fighting. It is the easiest to do and possibly most effective as you can get a good score if your opponents back has become exposed to you. Less effort and high score it is a win win for the counter attacker!

We also got a bit of sparring in which was a bit of an eye opener. My fitness is shot at the minute. It wasn’t the best anyway but if it was just okay then, it is shit now!! It was a good mental preparation for the interclub at the weekend.

It is NK’s second birthday this weekend and what better way to celebrate it with an interclub and hog roast?!? Looking forward to having a spar with someone of a similar weight and ability. I like having to push myself further than i think I can so this will be another challenge overcome!

The well known 'YOKKAO' logo

The well known ‘YOKKAO’ logo

If you hadn’t known already I am now writing for YOKKAO now too!! I have recently done an interview with Reece McAllister which, if you head over to my other page and check it out!!

http://www.yokkao.com/news/a-catch-up-with-reece-mcallister/

I also wrote an article introducing myself so check that one out too!! What sort of stuff would you like to see me post on there? This will still be my blogging space where I can write the opinions of mine and have my own view on things.

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Watch this space! I will try and get a video of my interclub and will upload it if I do any good ha ha. Remember to head over to my Facebook and Twitter and give us a follow and a like!!

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An update on what is happening

 Okay, so my spot with the YOKKAO team has been confirmed! How frickin’ awesome is that!?! I am going to be writing for one of the worlds most prestigious Muay Thai brands out there at the moment. I feel totally blessed to be able to have the opportunity to do this, so I am going to put my heart and soul into it!
 I am currently in the process of writing a number of articles for them, training tips, fighter profiles, any news from the Muay Thai scene in the UK. I will be publishing them as often as I can and then will be posting them here and giving you a brief overview as to what it is about from my perspective rather than that of YOKKAO. 
 If you haven’t already heard (which you bloody well should have done if you are a Muay Thai fan), then there is going to be some history made on October 10th in Bolton at the Macron stadium. YOKKAO is going to deliver one of the most exciting shows it has done to date. I mean, the past couple of shows have been amazing, totally incredible, bringing some of the best fighters in the world to our shores. I personally thought that it couldn’t be topped.
 Oh how wrong I was! They have topped and surpassed every expectation that I had in my mind. Straight away from the get go, when Saenchai got announced as the main event that was enough to get the venue sold out. Now there is, Liam Harrison, Jordan Watson, Singdam Kiatmoo9 and now… Reece McAllister is going to fight Josh Turbill. Awesome!! There is going to be loads of other fights that happen, that are yet to be announced that will all blow your mind! This show is set to be amazing!!
 I was talking to my mum the other night and explained who YOKKAO were and what they do. The analogy used was like, they are like the premiership league of football, only better because it is Muay Thai. Damn straight!
 I will be keeping you posted on the progress of YOKKAO, my personal training journey has somewhat come to a standstill at the moment because I recently was blessed enough to become a parent! My son is now nearly three weeks old and is going to be a little bruiser! Most of my time will be spent either at work or writing for YOKKAO now, so I guess MTBUK will be tailored to what is going on in my life too.
 If you want to follow along with my section of the Newly refurbished YOKKAO site head over to http://www.yokkao.com/news and keep your eyes peeled. If you fancy some YOKKAO gear to show off in the gym the page is http://www.yokkao.com/shop they also have an Instagram, Twitter and Facebook that you will be able to follow too!
 Want to keep a track of what I am up to? Head over to my Twitter http://www.twitter.com/muaythaibloguk or my Facebook http://www.facebook.com/muaythaibloguk I do regularly post on these and keep them up to date with what is going on. What you waiting for?
Peace and love! Keep training and being the best you can be!
Dom – MTBUK

Training and Progression

So it’s been a while since I wrote an actual blog post on here. I am trying to figure out how to migrate my posts to where I want them to be. But that might never happen because we all know how fiddly WordPress can have a tendency to be. 
Things are good at the moment. I am feeling positive about my training and the way in which my directions within Muay Thai are heading. I have only been training a few time these past few weeks. 
With the imminent arrival of my first born child I am a little preoccupied with other things at the moment, like getting my driving test passed, preparing both mentally and physically for his arrival and working a bit more on the site. 
I have now managed to work out how to make pages on the website and have began to post a bit more content for you guys. 
Yesterday was a hell of a session. It was brutal. I had a fight at the weekend and was debating whether I would actually go down to the gym or not to train yesterday because I was still achy from it.
Been the dedicated bastard I am I thought balls to it, I might as well go and get back into the swing of things. Maybe I should have thought about what it was I was realistically getting myself in for. 
The session was quite a tough one, we were working in defending with our left side. Using the teep, jab, left hook, left body kick, left leg kick… Basically anything on the left hand side. It was good fun. I love using my left leg for my kicks. Primarily the back leg kick. People don’t expect it at all during sparring and I can usually land it quite solidly with a lot of success. 
There is a couple of lads fighting up in Edinburgh this weekend and one of the other lads is training for a fight on 16th August in Harrogate so there was a lot of them getting pads with Craig. From the fight at the weekend I am now more motivated than ever to get the weight off so I can think about getting in the ring and fighting Thai. 
So in the exercise one of the partners were sparring, using any of the weapons you might in a normal spar and moving forward. The person defending was mainly on the back leg, defending and moving back while countering and attacking with the left hand side. By the end of that exercise because we were swapping partners in between and both having a go at it it was nearly the end of the session. 
For fitness we did something that we have never done before but it was something that challenged you and pushed you. Paired up again, we would do a combination with your hands or legs, one two hook right kick and then one two hook two kicks and then one two hook three kicks and alternating between your partner and you and then once you did that you would do 10 burpees and that was timed so would just keep going until the timer ended. 
Then it was a different combination with a different exercise and this went on for about 10 minutes. At the end of it, I went to get a drink of water and say hello to some people who were waiting to join in the class after the advanced class and I had missed Waiing off. Don’t. Ever. 
I heard Craig shout from the mats “Dom and Jonny… 50 burpees for missing Waiing off!!” I thought “shit!”
I haven’t ever missed Waiing off because it is a matter of respect you say thank you to the coach for taking the session but I was only off the mats for a few moments and had missed it. The 50 burpees was horrible. I mean really horrible. To link in earlier what I said about having my fight and debating whether I were actually even going to go to training because my arms were still sore from all the haymakers I were trying to throw. 
50 burpees was just what I needed to finish me off. I was a broken man. So much so I got home and had a cup of tea and got in bed. I was destroyed. 
On a different note I just want to talk about what it is I am hoping to do and eventually accomplish by writing about and partaking in Muay Thai. I am slowly beginning to resent my 9-5 job. Not to the point where I am wanting to quit but to the point where it is pushing me to try and achieve my goal of becoming a full-time writer/blogger/whatever it is I can do in the sport to pay my way. 
I’m not bothered about being rich. Nor am I bothered about being famous. It would be nice to have an income that would be able to let me have a mortgage, go on holiday two or three times a year and let me see the world but all the doesn’t bother me as long as I can get by, save a little each month and be happy. A life in Muay Thai could do that for me I think. 
With the sport growing in such a way that it is at the moment it would he nice to be on the forefront of its growth. To be able to spread the word to the masses about what this sport is all about and why so many people love it. 
There isn’t enough time right now for me to do that nor do I have the following to really make a difference… Yet. No dream is ever too big. I am a firm believer in that. If I intend to show my son that if he wants something he should go out and get it, I need to do that myself. 
I hope you can all bare with me while I get my feet on the ground here, build a solid foundation for which MTBUK and the sport can grow and then I can have the opportunity to give back to the community. 
Thank you for reading, head over the my social media pages, like them, follow them to keep up to date with what I am up to. Have a little exploration of the new structure of the site. I am going to look for a new theme that I can use to achieve what it is I want to achieve with MTBUK but that will take time. So for now I will be just building on what I have and where I can go from here. 
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Thanks for the continued support. Be true to yourself. Work hard, train hard and you will get to where you want to be. 
Thanks 

Dom – MTBUK

You can’t out train a bad diet.

The most important thing about training and keeping healthy is diet. I have quickly come to realise that if you don’t eat correctly the damage you are doing to your body is going to far surpass that of any exercise you may be doing to improve it. If you can eat healthily, consistently then you will reap the rewards from it, if you don’t, you won’t.

It’s a funny old world we live in. I really can’t understand why so many shit foods are easily accessed then where good, healthy foods aren’t. We live in a society where fast food, sugar, refined carbs and genetically modified foods reap havoc on our bodies and well-being. This is a time where we would rather pop to McDonalds and eat a burger and fries rather than try to find some locally sourced fruit and veg and nutrionally rich foods.

I have been the victim of the ‘modern day man’ for 25 years now. Eating shit day in day out, pizza, fizzy drinks, burgers, pasta, processed foods that are no good for us and that starve our bodies of the essential nutrients we need to do even the most basic of things. I have been watching documentaries and films about where food comes from and what to do if you feel as though it is time for change.

It is like smoking. Eating badly has just become part of our daily routines that when it comes time to change the ritual it becomes a struggle when it shouldn’t be. The reason we are now in the position we are is because 10,000 years ago when food was scarce we lived on a diet of leafy vegetables and the fruits that we could find. The odd bit of meat here and there when we managed to kill.

Our hunter gatherer instincts never left, we just got more access to the foods that our bodies needs and began to move less. Imagine this, you have just managed to kill a wild boar and you have just cooked it on the fire you made and shared it with your family. You don’t actually know when your next meal is going to be but to get it you have to travel for miles and miles, days and days without food to get it. Our bodies are trained to store the energy that is required for us to do this.

But now, when we have daily access to these foods on every corner, all we are doing are crippling ourselves because our bodies aren’t using as much energy to find the food, yet we are filling ourselves up as though there is a famine around the corner. Because our bodies have been trained to store the energy needed to go out and gather the food, that is why the society of today is suffering from diabetes, heart disease and obesity.

Our tastebuds were trained over time to enjoy the sweetness of sugar and the complexities of fatty foods, which is why we take such pleasure in eating everything that is on offer today but at the same time, the processed foods we are putting into our systems are nutritionally poor. They have no micronutrients in them because they have all been chemically changed to be made cheaper to make and to be addictive so we keep coming back for more.

I am holding my hands up and saying that I to am very guilty of doing this. Eating convenient  foods where I should be going out of my way to hunt and gather proper whole foods. I would love to be able to fight one day. To get in the ring and go to war with someone of an equal weight and ability but that will never happen until I sort out my eating habits.

I am writing this so I am actually holding myself accountable for the things I put into my body. It isn’t anyone elses fault that I am overweight, it isn’t anyone elses problem, only my own and to that I put my hands in the air and agree. But then why do I find it so difficult to change? Why is my brain so determined to go againast everything I know and carry on eating shit? I may know one day. Until then I guess I will manage to keep myself at a level pegging of 98kg.

Do you have any concerns about the foods of today? Are you like me and have fallen into a routine of damaging our internal systems? Do you have to cut a lot before a fight because you enjoy a food binge after it? Do you keep a regular healthy diet almost all the time?

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The time is nigh

There are so many things going on at the moment and I know that the writing has taken a back seat. I seem to be saying this quite a lot but I am kickstarting things again now I am back into training. The website is going to be going through a makeover over this coming week so watch out for that!

I have some massive news. MTBUK is going on tour! I am going to Yokkao this weekend and I have been so lucky to get the opportunity to get some ringside access to take some photos! Me… Taking photos at Yokkao! Mental!! It crazy to think that this time last year I was totally oblivious to the world of Muay Thai. As soon as I stepped foot into the gym that all changed.

Over the past 10 months I have been lucky enough to be totally immersed within the community. Speaking to some top promoters within the UK, some world class fighters and trainers along with all of the people that I have either sparred with or talked to at the events I have been to. My twitter now has over 300 followers and my Facebook has over 140 likes and my Instagram has over 100 followers too and for that I am so very thankful!

I find it totally overwhelming, the support that the community gives to the up and coming and all the opportunities that are there if you are willing to try and reach your goals and you feel passionate about it. This is something that I am massively passionate about and I guess that it has began to shine through a little bit.

Now that I am back into training and I am back into the swing of things I am going to be more consistent with the posts and keeping you up to date with all things Muay Thai inside and outside of the ring. I am going to be structuring what I will be writing and setting a day that I will put out each post. I don’t want to put myself in a position where I can’t keep up with the posts. So I will be writing one post per week. It will be covering my favourite training session from the week, my goals for training of the coming week and also how my goals went from the previous week and any other trivia I feel is relevant.

At the moment, I am just a normal guy but I can see some amazing things happening for MTBUK if I put in the effort to do so. The things I have lined up at the moment are Yokkao! I can’t explain how excited I am for Yokkao, to see some of the best fighters in the world compete! I am also going to be giving the website a bit of a makeover, make it a bit more structured and make it more aesthetically pleasing, I may also be planning a trip down to Birmingham to see the Main Event which would be another amazing opportunity to see some of the best talent out there compete, I would like to get the opportunity to do some writing as a guest on a website of some sort or a fighting brands website or a fellow blogger or an event review or anything.

I have a few interviews that I am going to get ready to post on here, I do have a couple of people that are going to answer some questions for me too, so the interviews will still be happening, which I am totally pumped about! So watch out for those! This is a post really to just put you all in the picture and let you all know where MTBUK is at the moment and what I have planned for it in the future. I hope you all enjoy what I am writing at the moment (or will be writing as I have written in nearly a month) and if you have the time feel free to head over to my other social media sites and give us a follow and a subscribe and please introduce yourself!

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I love to hear from people, if you would like to write a post for me, answer a few questions, have some ideas that you would like to work on or would like any tips to do with training and things just please give me a message or simply just say hello!

Thank you again for all being so welcoming of me and my work, hopefully I will begin to reach my goals. I have a now written myself some goals that I am going to strive to achieve by the end of the year.

Take care of yourselves, keep being awesome!

Dom – Muay Thai Blog UK

Today we got to punch each other in the face!

Tonight training session was awesome! The first time in quite a long time where we managed to get a decent amount of sparring in! Before I divulge into tonights class I have a few things to brush over first.

I am going to be logging my meals so I know what I have been eating throughout my competition that I am having within the gym.

Breakfast wasn’t fantastic, while I was at home I had my morning green shake which had avocado, banana, Apple, cucumber, kale, spinach, watercress, a squeezed orange and a kiwi, it was probably one of the nicest ones I have made to date! I was running late for work so didn’t manage to get breakfast while at home, I picked up a breakfast wrap in sainsburys (I know, I know! Horrifically unhealthy!), for my 10 I clock snack I had carrot with houmous. Lunch was a spinach, watercress and rocket salad, with beetroot,Chicken, cucumber, pine nuts, tomatoes and a olive oil and squeezed lemon as a dressing. I had half of that for my 12 o clock lunch, with a protein shake and a spoon on cashew nut butter (which is totally spectacularly amazing!), then the same again at 3pm just a smaller portion. At 5 o clock I then had two bananas before I got to the gym and I’m not to sure if i will have anything when I get in. We will see.

I also have an announcement! I have another interclub coming up in 3 weeks! It is down in Leeds at a gym called The Bad Company Gym! It is a highly respected gym in the area, there have been some very good fighters come out of the gym! There are two that spring to mind, one being Yokkao world title contender Liam Harrison! And also the Yokkao world champion Jordan Watson! I am so pumped for it! It should be a wicked experience going down and seeing things down there!

The training tonight was a wicked session! We managed to get a decent amount of sparring in, which is totally wicked. I love a bit of sparring. At first, we was drilling with one attack, it could have been any attack, punch, kick, knee, anything. We did this one for one. Making sure we were using our fakes and feints, taking as long as we needed to ensure that the strike would land. After that it was one of my favourite sentences within the gym… “Gum shields in!”

We then began the 20 minute sparring session. It’s funny, because I remember when I first started doing Muay Thai, when we were doing sparring I was so tense! It tired me out so quickly, I got so gassed that I just couldn’t go on and I began to psych myself out telling myself “I’m not going to be able to do this,” or “I can’t keep on going!”

What I realised this weekend is that I was a lot more relaxed. So much so that I was trying to think about each strike I was doing. Granted this was a sparring session with a group of my friends and training partners, it might be a little different with a stranger in a different city. Every time I go into the gym I learn something different. Take something new from the experience!

I listened to a podcast this morning by Sean Fagan with a guy who was talking all about the spiritual side of training and about how becoming a yoga instructor helped him with his training and becoming a trainer. I love listening to that sort of stuff, learning about how quieting your mind to a place where you can think about what you are doing, learn from your mistakes and in turn become a better person, or Muay Thai fighter!

Granted I am a long way off from becoming a fighter but it is one of my longer term goals of training. Having at least one fight and I will feel as though I have achieved something I never thought I could! To be fair, Muay Thai has opened up so many things for me, this blog, the people, Twitter, facebook, training, events… All things I never thought or seen myself doing even this time a year ago.

Not to get all nostalgic and soppy on you all, I’m just very thankful for the opportunity to be able to be here, do the things I do. In time, hopefully it will become something more.

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