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Old 08-05-2012, 06:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Del Coqui View Post
Ive seen your vids before. Isnt Ole a bit old to start fighting? Maybe he just wanna learn how to box? I liked this work in grass, try sand next time.
This playlist on youtube answers a few of your questions. I will also answer a couple. Ole has 6 amateur boxing fights (5-1) 2 amateur MMA fights (2-0) and 44 grappling/submission wrestling matches (forget recored but he holds his own).

Watch this playlist to see us training on sand, grass, concrete, mats, and gym floors.

Thanks Alan

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