Aji I think too is from Jhelum, basically the Potowar belt. Geo covered him a few times.
Wow dude I'm from Lahore. But I see what you mean though, but you're projecting that view based off the small rich wannabe westerner class.
Yeah Canadian amateurs system isn't like ABA or U.S. Like these Hussain guys are national champs, but yet so raw. I really wish we had a culture like yours man. No one watches or gives a cr@p bout boxing and Pakistanis who saw a Khan highlight trying to have a convo can just stfu
Bro you're all connected eh lol. He still hasn't uploaded his fights, so kindly ask him.
Yeah, I don't get this feather fisted thing, Atif Shafiq same thing, even with Khan it is accumulation of punches. Especially these Jhelum area guys cuz they come from mountainous area so you'd think they're genetically built to hit like mules. I don't think eating any amount of murgha gonna help lol. Adil has his own takeaway for God's sakes, but still the same.
Anyways, you ever saw the footage of Adil getting flattened by Gaynor? Brutal stuff man.
Punjabi has this image of rural red neck language where as Urdu is the epitome of civilization. Perception, perception. Especially in the cities, but it's creeping in country side as well.
Living abroad Urdu, will do it. Parenting is mostly good I'd say, but this retarded "Youz a freshie mate" for speaking your language attitude has most to do with it. A sign of a language dying is when kids stop using it in playground.
Also don't forget my freeing Kashmir part. But Waleed is also Mirpuri lol, so don't end up saying in front of him.
Recently had a girl tell me the same. What's really remorseful is that Pakistan barely a year after independence or on it's feet picked a fight with a behemoth in India and captured what's called Azad Kashmir. All of those sacrifices to free these ingrates.
So, keep reminding them who freed their sorry azzes.
Yeah, I only speak Urdu as well, but take a deep interest in Punjabi cuz of it's fading nature.
Pothwari is a dialect of Punjabi. Yorkshire English-Glasgow English.
It does go over my head when I do go visit in Jhelum lol. Even Mirpuris are Punjabis who happen have been living in Kashmir for a while, so they think they're Kashmiris, but real Kashmiri language is a thing of it's own if you meet someone from Indian Kashmir side.