#SpotlightInterview| Dean Perretta Meets Australian Boxing Star Mark de Mori

Mark de Mori grew up in the suburbs of Perth, Australia. During adolescence, deafness occurred until the age of four and chronic asthma attacks were obstacles during the talented Australian’s childhood. De Mori’s asthma attacks were so profound when attending John XXIII College that he often spent numerous nights in the emergency department fighting for his life. Against all odds, the Australian sports star discovered a deep passion for boxing and was highly determined to fight adversity in order to live his dream.

De Mori learned to box courtesy of watching endless hours of professional boxing footage via YouTube and subsequently executed the sweet science thereafter within his father’s garage. De Mori developed an attitudinally brash US fighting style in lowering his fists opposed to placing them before his face. It is a unique and revered style that has become a trademark stance for De Mori, which has seemingly infuriated opponents.

After making a major impact on the amateur boxing scene in Australia, de Mori marked his professional boxing debut aged 22. It was in 2007 when De Mori inked a three-year deal with legendary boxing promoter Don King, who noted de Mori’s “youth and exciting style” as marquee elements in marketing the Australian athlete to greater stardom and appeal in the United States.

Fast fowarding to 2016, Mark de Mori will be colliding with Great Britain’s David Haye inside the world famous O2 Arena in London, England on January 16 in an anticipated main event encounter which will invariably alter the destiny of the star who is indeed victorious. De Mori’s inspirational journey to self-trained fighter to becoming one of the elite Heavyweight professional boxers on the planet is one sacrifice, passion, talent and determination. Mark de Mori currently heads into the well-documented clash against the returning David Haye with one majorly emphatic intent.

How has working with two-time Olympian and former Professional Boxer Marijo Sivolija differentiated in training preparation to previous bouts opposed to your forthcoming highly anticipated clash with David Haye inside the O2 Arena in London?

He (Mario Sivolija) is great at bringing the best out in me. I can be very stubborn having trained myself for so long, but he knows how to get me doing what he wants, and whenever I do, the results are good. So I have trust in what he says now.


Do you believe that Haye’s extensive three-and-a-half-year boxing sabbatical coupled alongside six pins in his right shoulder will be underlying factors which you can ultimately exploit when the bell tolls?

If he gets tired or seems injured, I will definitely try and exploit that, but I can’t rely on him not being at his best. I have to imagine the best version of David Haye is showing up. If he seems to be injured in the shoulder, I won’t hesitate to punch him directly in the injury.

You’re currently ranked WBA #10 in the world behind current WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO champion Tyson Fury. What do you presently have your lofty sights set on thereafter your encounter with David Haye on January 16?

No. I only focus on David Haye. Biggest fight of my life, and easily the most dangerous guy I have fought. For him, it’s a comeback fight. But for me, it’s my version of a heavyweight title shot. I am completely focused on Haye.

David Haye has publicly talked about an All-British showdown with Anthony Joshua after your bout inside the O2 Arena, whilst adding “You’re getting knocked out – trust me”. Will you be the man that ensures that Haye’s well-documented comeback trail is history before the tentative Joshua clash transpires?

I am not turning up to roll over. I am coming to win and I understand I am seen as the underdog, but I have the KO power to change the script. Joshua vs Haye will make them both millions, but I am not here to play nice and make them happy. I am here to fight for my own goals.

When you impressively knocked out Marcel Zeller in round one in Niedersachen, Germany on October 2015, how much confidence and reassurance did it fuel you with in ending 2015 undefeated?

Beating Zeller didn’t mean much, but the way I performed was good because I started doing things my coach and I have been working on. Zeller is not in my class, but the way I boxed showed I am improving, and at 33 that’s rare.




With 26 professional knockout victories in your career, what main aspects of your repetoire do you feel are widely underrated amongst boxing fans and journalists alike?

I have a good left jab, and I’m harder to hit cleanly than people imagine. They see my physique and record and assume a lot about me, but I have speed that surprises people. Haye is a panther. Always ready to strike, but so am I. We just use different tricks to catch our opponent.

How close do you believe you are away from earning the golden opportunity to become the #1 contender for the richly decorated WBA World Championship given your 30-1 record?

A win over Haye definitely puts me in the spotlight, but I can’t control the ratings. I just know it means people want to see me fight again. A loss will be really bad. This is really my make or break moment.

Professionally and personally, how different was the nature of working with legendary boxing promoter Don King to that of your current deal with the reputable Warriors Boxing based in Hollywood, Florida?

Don King taught me a lot. I appreciate the opportunity he gave to a nobody from Australia and through all the time I spent with him; I learnt the boxing business. Working with Warriors has been very different and much more transparent in their objectives for me. They currently have a lot of power in the USA Boxing market which means I have lots of options. Before with the Klitschko brothers controlling the heavyweight division, it was hard for Don King to give me the big fights he tried to get me.

How has life been for you since relocating to Split, Croatia?

I love it because it’s a beautiful climate and I am learning a lot from the locals about life. I certainly stand out as a non- local, but I feel completely at home, so it’s a funny situation.

What message do you have for your loyal fans back home in Australia and all around the world that have supported you avidly since day one?

Thank you so much, because there have been so many dark days where I could have taken the easy road and quit. But when people support and believe in you, it gives you energy and belief. That is sometimes lost on the hard road of being a professional athlete. Boxing is a dirty business and all the money is at the top so I could get discouraged, but they helped me keep going.

What are your primary goals for 2016?

Beat David Haye. That’s my only goal. After the Haye fight, I will see. But I have been so goal driven and determined for the last few years of my life. I only have one left and that is a big win like the Haye fight. After this fight, I will see how I feel.

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#SpotlightInterview| America’s #1 Opportunity Trainer J.J. Birden

Born in Portland Oregon, JJ went to the University of Oregon where he was an outstanding Track & Field star who was destined for the 1988 Olympics but an unfortunate injury broke that dream. He was one of the first prototype track stars to successfully “walk on” and excel at football for the Oregon Ducks. Despite being the 216th pick in the 1988 NFL draft with a size of 5’10 157 lbs., and plenty of doubters,  JJ’s still went on to played 9 productive years in the NFL. (JJ’s NFL highlight film www.jjbirden.ws )

JJ’s hard work ethic and intensity carried over to his personal and professional life. Since leaving the NFL, JJ has owned and operated several worthwhile businesses in the Health and Wellness Industry. JJ is experienced as a coach, entrepreneur, fitness consultant, motivational speaker, and now is a bestselling author with the release of his new book, “When Opportunity Knocks 8 Surefire Ways to Take Advantage!” He also takes pleasure in being married to his college sweetheart Raina and a father to his 8 children (3 biological and 5 nieces/nephews).

An unknowing person might ask, “Who is this random JJ Birden and why would I want to read his book?  Once you fully understand his journey and the frequent hurdles he experienced in route to achieving the highest level, that answer will be clear. JJ is the personification of “seizing your opportunities” in life.

Brand-new book “When Opportunity Knocks: 8 Surefire Ways To Take Advantage!” details inspirational words of wisdom and immeasurable advice. What can readers expect upon reading the book?

Many times when people achieve something special, outsiders “see the glory but they don’t know the story.” In my book, I certainly share some of the challenges I experience during my journey in life. The message I want to convey is we all have opportunities in life. It does not matter who we are, where we come from or what our personal situation is. The question is do we seize those opportunities and then do we take advantage of them. So for readers they will see this message hammered over and over along with eight principles I share to help accomplish their opportunities. The book is for everyone! Opportunities come in various forms. So whether you’re old, young, male or female, this book is for you.

What is most enriching for you personally in officially being America’s #1 Opportunity Trainer?

Just the fact that I know I have freeness of speech makes me feel good about what I do. I am qualified to be an Opportunity Trainer. When you’re conveying such a message, you need to have “walk the walk and talk the talk” which I have.  There is no substitute for experience and I’ve had a lot experience making the impossible, possible. I’ve encountered many challenges and obstacles throughout my life but I never allowed them to stop me from achieving my goals. When you play nine years in the NFL at 5’10 157 lbs in a sport where many doubted your ability, you definitely have stories to tell and lessons to teach.

Where does being enshrined into the Oregon Athletics Hall of Fame as part of the Oregon Ducks 1985 NCAA Championship team rank in your successful career as an athlete?

That was an unexpected surprise.  I have to say it’s definitely number one or number two depending on the mood I’m in when you asked the question. I’m proud of my NFL career. To play as long as I did at my size is a major accomplishment. However, I feel honored to be recognized on that University of Oregon 1985 NCAA championship track and field team. The Ducks have a huge track tradition that continues on today and I was part of it.

As a track and field athlete you claimed Pac-10 and NCAA All-American honors, whilst subsequently scoring a trial for the Seoul 1988 Olympics in long jump. How heartbreaking was it for you during that period to sustain a debilitating ACL injury that eventually ended your track career?

That was extremely heartbreaking and the first major setback in my life. My focus was track and field, preparing for the nationals and then attending the Olympic trials that year. I suddenly get drafted and head over to the Cleveland Browns for the rookie camp. Feeling a bit invincible I did not hesitate to participate in the practice.  I can recall Oregon’s head track coach Bill Dillinger asking me not to participate I responded, “don’t worry coach, I never get hurt at these workouts.”  Well that was the wrong thing to say. When I tore my ACL during the third practice, there was a moment of disappointment.  However I did not dwell on it too long. I realized that when one doorway of opportunity closes another one opens and I saw the NFL as that new opportunity. I do regret that I did not get to finish my senior track season for the Ducks. I believe that if I had the successful finish to the track season I anticipated, I probably would never have played in the NFL.  Interesting how that worked out.

How was your experience of playing alongside unquestionably the greatest ever NFL Quarter Back in the history of the sport – Pro Football Hall of Famer and four-time NFL Super Bowl Champion Joe Montana?

Amazing! When people ask me what is the most memorable highlight of my NFL career, obviously I never made it to the Super Bowl so I can’t say that. Besides my first NFL touchdown, I share with them the 1993 NFL season. Not only did we have a great team and make it all the way to the AFC Championship game but that was also the year I got to play with one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game, Joe Montana. What impressed me about Joe is that he was the consummate professional. His preparation and performance were remarkable. Yet off the field he was just a regular Joe, very down to earth and treated everyone with respect.

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How has life been for you residing in Arizona?

I love it, I have always wanted to live here. I’m born and raised in Portland Oregon and that’s where we resided once I retired. Even though my entire family lives in Oregon, I just got tired of the weather. Not to mention those wet cold days tend to make my banged up NFL body hurt a little bit more. We moved to Arizona five years ago. I have no problem waking up every day and seeing the sunshine

Entrepreneur, fitness enthusiast, author, motivational speaker, coach and former professional athlete. What’s next for J.J. Birden?

Great question! Finally I have the JJ Birden brand where I want it. My mission is to help people live healthier lifestyles mentally, physically and financially. I’m able to do that with my new book, keynote speaking, and my Isagenix home-based business. So the goal is to see how many lives I can touch with those three “opportunities.”

In “When Opportunity Knocks: 8 Surefire Ways To Take Advantage!” you express how you initially met your beloved wife Raina. How did you seize the moment given that you were then a self-professed relatively shy person?

I believe all of us grow up and visualize the person we’d like to marry.   The first time I saw Raina I knew she was the one. Timing was kind of off because while at U of O, I was not looking for a mate. I was too focused on academics and participating in two sports. However, when you really want something you can’t let shyness prevent you from achieving it. So I tried my best to balance all my responsibilities at University of Oregon while dating her.  Then I recall my second year in the NFL when I was with the Dallas Cowboys.  I went out one night with some of the players; one of them was Michael Irvin.  While the players were spending time with all these women, I was in an area by myself.  It was that moment I said “you know why you’re over here by yourself and not with the guys? It’s because you already have the woman of your dreams so what are you waiting for?”  Shortly after that, I made plans to propose to her and the rest is history. We’ve been married 25 years now so I’d say that was a smart decision.

Health network marketing has very much become a part of your inimitable brand. Can you touch on your Isagenix success story?

Yes!  I’ve been in the network marketing profession for about eight years now. When I first retired from the NFL, I became owner of three different businesses in the health and wellness industry, two medical based companies and a fitness equipment company. However after owning those companies for nine years, I just didn’t achieve the satisfaction or the benefits I hoped to. I owned the business but they really owned me. I got hooked on network marketing when I learned about the business model. You can’t be successful unless you help other people achieve success.

I was also attracted to the team building and personal development aspect. Let’s not forget about passive income. Income that can come in week after week, month after month, year after year once you build your business. After researching 50 different companies in this profession, Isagenix impressed me the most. They just seem like the company with the full package. Great owners, products, compensation plan, systems and the timing was impeccable.   Not to mention they were the perfect Health and Wellness Company to compliment my personal brand. I enjoy working my Isagenix business every day. I am part of a global team called VIP TEAM. Our goal is to transform lives physically and financially.

“Dream, Reach, Seize, Achieve” has been your motto for numerous years. Does it often surprise people that this is an actual mantra that you fiercely live by opposed to a slogan conceived by corporate suits in a board meeting?

It just fits me perfectly and you probably can tell after reading my book. It represents the process of success I went through.

Dream – That’s where it all begins. What do you want? What’s important to you? What motivates you?

Reach – This represents the fact that you’ve got to go after it if you really want it. Yet mentally you have to get in the right frame of mind to prepare you for the journey.

Seize – Here it’s all about the hard work, effort and commitment that’s required to attain it.  Anything of value to you that you want, you need to be ready to roll up your sleeves and get to work. Such achievements are not going to be given to you, you must go get it!

Achieve – It’s a simple way of saying celebrate your success. Enjoy the achievement because you alone know the sacrifices you had to make along the way. Despite that, you did not quit and you made it! The story of my life!

How challenging was it for you personally when you discovered that your nieces and nephews had been placed in foster homes?

They say life throws you curve balls. Well this was more like a knuckle curve.  We already had a family. Raina and I had three children of our own.  Suddenly I received a call from my nephew in Tulsa. The next day I fly out to check on them. Twenty-four hours later, I am in a courthouse and the judge shares with me that I am the next of kin for my five nieces and nephews.  Times like this is where you are truly thankful to have an amazing wife.  Raina and I both did not hesitate to say we’d take them all. When we made this decision, some friends and family members questioned what we were doing. Nevertheless Raina and I both saw it as an opportunity to impact five more lives. It was a difficult adjustment initially but it worked out to be one of the more rewarding experiences for our family. Our family and our faith are the two main priorities in our lives and I cherish every moment I get to spend with them.

Who do you predict will become NFL Super Bowl 50 Champions?

The New England Patriot and someone else!  Again the Patriots are having a dominating season.  What Belichick and Brady have accomplished is remarkable. The way things are looking I think it’s going to be the Carolina Panthers. Cam Newton is coming into his own and the team just seems hungry for success. Arizona Cardinals have a shot but I think the Panthers will be the ones.

What words of wisdom do you have for those out there who are currently experiencing internal struggles and a lack of self-belief at this moment in time?

Never never quit! Life has its ups and downs. When you experience setbacks, remember, “A setback is the perfect set up for a comeback.” If you have a goal or a dream this is what you need to do. Create a plan on how to get it, review your plan to determine if it makes sense; then execute your plan.  Don’t stop until you achieve it.

One of the greatest pains in life is ‘would of, could of, should of’ it’s regret. Don’t stress over things that are out of your control, just control what you can control. If you get this mindset with a never never quit attitude, you will achieve great things.

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#SpotlightInterview| Dean Perretta Meets One FC Star Kamal ‘Prince of Persia’ Shalorus

ONE FC star Kamal “Prince of Persia” Shalorus was born in Khalkhal in the ever-humble Ardabil Province of Iran. For the one-time UFC and WEC athlete, growing up on an extremely rustic farming community situated in the mountains, there was no electricity, no formal education, no television, with the nearest hospital being many miles away. When the vastly harsh winter season came, all of the snow-filled roads in Kalkhal were closed, which led to frequently arduous and painfully extensive seven hour journeys to Tehran.

Shalorus was educated from elders in Iran (Shalorus later attended the University of Westminster in London), whilst also during adolescence it was his job to protect family sheep from the rabid wolves that often scowled and killed. The ONE FC Light Heavyweight athlete – who came from a sheep hearding family – vigilantly stood on guard overnight in preparation to slaughter wolves that remotely dared to hunt the Shalorus family sheep. Living in such a uniquely unconventional community during adolescence, there were no distractions, which created an unprecedented focus, dedication and fearlessness which translated into adulthood. Shalorus’ undying passions growing up were farming, hunting, and wrestling. However, it was indeed wrestling that became the mighty Iranian’s meal ticket and salvation in making a dream come true.

Against all odds, Shalorus – a highly decorated Greco-Roman wrestler – represented Great Britain (after relocating from Iran) in an Olympic Qualification tournament where the professional athlete placed 8th place. Since then, Kamal Shalorus has competed for avid sports fans in sold-out arenas worldwide on the bright lights of pay-per-view action for UFC, WEC, whilst currently performing for the acclaimed ONE FC in Singapore – the number one Mixed Martials Arts promotion in Asia. Kamal Shalorus’ inspirational story is one that will resonate long after the final bell tolls. However, there is more to the Iranian than what meets the eye.

First And foremost, can you touch on your humble origins growing up in Iran?

I grew up in a small farming community in the north of Iran not far from Russia. It was a simple life. We farmed the land and hunted for our food. It was an excellent way to grow up, and I love my family and friends there and often miss them. The top sport growing up was Wrestling. There were so many great wrestlers to come out of the region of Iran where I grew up. We had such great traditions and such amazing coaches.

My brother is now one of the coaches for the Iranian National Greco Team. I learned to wrestle from a young age. If you didn’t wrestle you weren’t respected. I did well in Iran, and at a young age – American High School age – I became Junior Freestyle Champion and represented Iran in other countries starting with a big tournament in Turkey.

When you relocated from Iran to the United Kingdom, how difficult was the cultural transition initially?

It was a challenging experience, Dean. I spoke no English, and learned by speaking. I excelled in Wrestling there and they knew I was a top Iranian wrestler. I went on to become captain of their national freestyle team for Olympic Games and World Championships. That was an amazing experience and I learned English, and I still speak British style English because that is where I learned the language. The Queen’s English as some call It.

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You currently reside in The United States. Do you believe that you are living proof of the American Dream being alive and well?

I love America, and am now focusing on the real estate business. It has been an amazing experience working in real estate. We are buying and remodeling homes, then reselling them. It is truly great business. I also became an American citizen recently. From fighting in the WEC and UFC to working in real estate and coaching MMA, I have had such an awesome life here in USA. I am also hosting a podcast called Fighters Drinking Coffee with a couple of my students. They are great hosts and have allowed me to be a part of this project. We talk about MMA, Pro Wrestling and current events. I have also trained to become a pro wrestler, and am looking forward to doing that too, but not full-time. My real estate business is my top priority and training for my upcoming fight with ONE FC, Asia’s largest promotion.

How much overall have you learned in training with Relson Gracie, Phil Cardella, Neil Melanson And UFC Hall Of Famer and “The Expendables 2” Hollywood Actor Randy Couture?

I always learn from everybody. I learn a lot from so many people. I learned so much from Pat Miletich, Erik Paulson, Relson Gracie, Billy Wicks, Neil Melanson, Laren Umphlett (one of the legendary Karl Gotch’s last students), Phil Cardella and Randy Couture. My style for grappling in MMA is Wrestling and Submission wrestling or Catch Wrestling.

I also studied Jiu-Jitsu for years and I learned how to incorporate their submissions into my Submission wrestling game. I learned first and foremost though from my Wrestling coaches like Abbas Jadidi from Iran who wrestled Kurt Angle in the Olympic Finals, and so many other great coaches. I love coaching so much, and I work hard with Matt Granahan and John Shaddock to create SICS. SICS is my own fighting system that we certify coaches and students through the American Combat Association.

ONE FC is based in Singapore. What are the fundamental differences in working with Dana White and Victor Cui?

I love One Fighting Championships (ONE FC), and I also loved my time in UFC. WEC was an amazing time also. Dana (White) And Victor (Cui) are both intelligent business men. To me, it does not matter as much who I fight for, but that I receive the best possible training.

Which athlete inspired you most when you were growing up?

My biggest hero was a man named Gholamreza Takhti. Takhti was a hero in Iran. He was an Olympic Champion and an amazing wrestler, but he also cared about the people Of Iran. He was a legend. Also, my father was such an amazing influence on me. My father taught me to “Never fear the man that drilled 1,000 moves one time fear the man that drilled one move 1,000 Times”. My father was an amazing wrestler, and my brothers also. I come from a family of top Champion wrestlers, and that has driven me my entire life.

What initially prompted you to transition into the world of Professional Wrestling?

When I first moved to the USA I met Matt Granahan, who is now one of my best friends. I trained with Matt when he lived in Texas, and I helped him get ready for competing, and we became very good friends. When I first met Matt, I did not know what to think of him because he had a crazy mustache that went down to his chest and was over 250lbs at that time. He looked like a Pro Wrestler. He first came Into CTC, the MMA gym I trained out of in Austin, wearing a cowboy hat and a crazy shirt that said “I Will Stretch You and Make You Holler”. I did not know that Matt (Granahan) was also a Pro Wrestler, but he Looked like a Pro Wrestler and was very good at promos. Matt and I used to watch Iron Sheik promos together, and I knew Iron Sheik was an Olympic Wrestler from Iran, and did crazy videos on YouTube.

In the last year or so, I told Matt I wanted to try Pro Wrestling. Before one of our Amateur Wrestling clinics In South Carolina, Matt brought me to train with the boys at Double Cross Wrestling In South Carolina. It was Amazing!! I have learned so much from those guys and I love it. I respect Professional Wrestling. It Is Hard. In fighting, you are protecting yourself, but in Pro Wrestling your life is in your opponents hands. You are giving up your body, and they can hurt you. I love Pro Wrestling, and hope to do more in USA and Japan.

Do you believe that reigning and defending UFC Women’s Banthamweight Champion and “Entourage” Hollywood superstar Ronda Rousey will retire undefeated in Mixed Martial Arts?

You never know, but I think it’s possible. I used to train with Ronda. You never know what’s going to happen in a fight. If Ronda does retire soon, she has a career set up already with Hollywood And WWE.

Can you touch on your unique experience when you represented Great Britain in Freestyle Wrestling?

It was an amazing experience. As I mentioned, In Iran we wrestle our entire lives. As captain of the National Freestyle Team in Great Britain, I acted somewhat as a Coach, although not officially. I love to help people learn Dean, and in that case I had amazing athletes who I could show the Persian style to.

The American Combat Association is presently succeeding in bringing Mixed Martial Arts athletes to the world of Sports-Entertainment. Can you explain more about the American Combat Association movement?

I was involved in starting the American Combat Association with Matt Granahan. Erik Paulson actually helped us a lot. At the time, Matt was living in Austin, but going to California for work and training with Erik at his CSW, a top MMA gym where Josh Barnett trains. Matt And Erik became good friends and were working on a book together which is still for sale called Rough And Tumble. I had trained with Erik also, and he was explaining to Matt the business side of CSW, his system that he certifies Coaches in.

Erik gave Matt the idea to work with me to create SICS. American Combat Association was created to promote SICS, and Matt did some Instructional DVD’s with me and Erik Paulson. We started doing clinics and then Matt added Dan Severn and now Phil Baroni. The ACA (American Combat Association) has always been dedicated to preserving the history of Wrestling. The “Rough And Tumble” book that Matt and Erik (Paulson) did was all about that, and I helped them and have a chapter in the book. I mentioned I learned from Billy Wicks. Matt introduced me to Billy Wicks, a legendary shooter who took on all comers in Carnies, but he was also a Professional Wrestler later in life and a Defensive Tactics Director for Memphis Police. I was unable to go with Matt And Phil Baroni to the NWA legends Fan fest last month, but they told me about it. It is the largest Pro Wrestling fan fest in the USA, and many of the top Pro Wrestler’s told Matt and Phil that they were excited to see more shooters going into Pro Wrestling. We agree with Josh Barnett that this is best for Pro Wrestling and we have always been a part of that movement. With Dan Severn, me, Matt and Phil, we will always bring respect and true Wrestling. American Combat Association will continue to be focused on the best coaching clinics and building SICS, but we will also be a part of the Pro Wrestling world.

Which female Mixed Martial artist do you believe can become the next major star in the Sport?

Paige VanZant seems to be very popular, and I wish her the best. Miesha Tate is also very good.

What aspirations do you have in the near future?

The real estate business is a new venture for me. It is exciting and each new day is another learning experience. I would also love to get into coaching Wrestling. I have wrestled all over the world, and I have so much to teach. I know all of the different styles of the world. I am coaching now, but if given the opportunity to coach for an Olympic training center or major university, I know I could do a great job.

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