Boots Scraps – The First Snow and Winding it Down
Today was the first snow! It has been two years since I have had a snowy Christmas. Last year I was in Hawaii, and the year before I was in Key west. Funny thing is that I am looking forward to a snowy Christmas this year!
Kru Chris from MAS, Cambridge, has come down to help us train. I did quite a few rounds with him after my strength and conditioning training with Pierre this morning. Following Kru Chris’ Muay Thai training, I jumped into the MMA Elite class taught by Kru Jeff and Hammer. In this class, I had the chance to train with Stef, Randy, Xavier and Andrew; the whole team is feeling really strong, including myself! My weight is good, and my strength and conditioning feels great! I can’t wait for the fight. I will be making my debut in the welterweight division against Nabil. I am very grateful to be able to step into the ring with Nabil; he is one of Ottawa’s top 170 lbs fighter. I know that we will be putting on a great fight for all the Ottawa/Gatineau fans on Dec 12th WRECK MMA: Fight for the Troops.
Thanks a lot for all the support. If you need any last minute tickets – feel free to message me. I will be off to the hotel with the team on Wednesday afternoon. I will be seeing everyone Dec12 ! Not only will you be able to see the best fight card in Ottawa/Gatineau history, but you will be supporting a great cause! I will be fighting for my instructor, for the OAMA students, for my friends and family, and for the troops! Win or lose, all I want is to put on an exciting fight and to keep the crowd on their feet! I will have the honor to have Renzo Gracie in my corner as well as my instructor, Pat Cooligan. In addition, I will have all the OAMA students there cheering me on along with my friends and family, so the pressure is on. Enough stress, I can’t wait to get it over with!
I will be training the whole week until my fight since my weight and my energy is good. I will be updating you guys once more before I go into my ‘lockdown’ and focus at the hotel. Take care everyone, and be careful on the roads!