AIR DATE: Dec 06 2021 11:21UTC
EPISODE: Episode 64
Live with Oshae Jones | Knuckle Up with Mike Orr | Talkin Fight
Joining Mike in the studio is Oshae Jones, an American welterweight boxer. She won the bronze medal in the women’s welterweight event at the 2020 Summer Olympics Oshae Jones’ brother, Otha Jones III, is also a boxer.
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Love that picture hello, boxing fans around the world.
Thank you for joining us once again here on talk and fight, another episode of knuckle up featuring yet another special guest here on female friday and uh via texas.
I think now, via uh ohio, look uh solely to ohio, yeah ohio born and raised uh ready to go.
Oh, so we we are wrong with the texas we’re gon na find out what kind of boxing they have in toledo too, because i didn’t think it was such a boxy mecca.
But i’m happy to say that uh yeah, we have o’shea jones yeah in the house.
In the studio and we’re gon na talk to her man, she just got signed by split team management uh.
You know turning pro after her wonderful olympic bronze medal that she just came back from tokyo with and uh yeah man we’re gon na talk to her about the entire, the entire experience man and what it’s like to be an olympian and and drape a medal around Your neck and stand on that podium for your country, man, so and during covet, as well yeah and during cove, and the effects and the effects that covet had on on prepping for the olympics and – and you know all the i guess, all the politics that happened As well and and you know what what it became and you’ll get you’ll get the dirt we’re going to get the dirt, so, graham we’re going to uh we’re going to knock you out tip.
Thank you, yep hi o’shea.
How are you hey welcome? Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule.
I know you’re training to come and join me on the show.
Uh much appreciated much love, uh yeah.
Let’S uh, i would like to just jump right into it, we’ll just start off um.
What age did you start boxing at um? I started boxing around 11 12 years old, okay um.
What um? What age like? How long did you actually start like when you were boxing? How long did it take before you jumped in the ring as an amateur um? Well, i was always you know around the sport, but i never started competing until the age of 12 years old.
I was around the sport because of my brother, my little brother ultra jones iii.
I was always in competition with him, so you know, like i said i roughed them up a little bit and used the rest.
He used to do sports that i couldn’t do like football.
I always had to stand on the side.
You know watch him play football.
Then he did wrestling and um.
I mean i used to wrestle with him at home, but i never you know physically competed and then he did boxing, and so you know i used to just be in a gym every day and then one day i just you know, was asked that i want To box – and i said no – i just want to get in shape at first and then, as soon as i got there, you know they was like wrap up.
I’M like let’s wrap up, so they taught me.
You know how to wrap my hands and everything right.
Um and then i just got in there with a girl who’d been there um two years for two years, and it was my first day and i just sparred her, and i just you know i just beat her with a jab, and i want to that.
Was all i knew you know the natural? You know it was just expected for me.
You know from there to go farther, just natural talent, you had it, you had it and it shows uh.
So you, how long was your amateur career like how many fights did you fight and uh um? Well, i really don’t know off the top of my head, but i would say around 60 my record would be around 69.
I went on box about, is it boxer or something like that and they don’t have all my fights on there? You know i follow what really got you into the ring like who influenced you to really get in there and compete and and start wanting to like have a career in boxing.
What are some of your influences? Um, like i said, my influences were probably i always was in competition with my little brother elder jones iii he’s broke also, so you know i just always wanted to be like him, and you know he was he any sport he competed in.
He was winning.
I wanted to win too so i wanted to be better than him, so i think he pushed me and motivated me.
You know to become you know the person i am today right, he’s he’s younger right.
Yes, he’s my little brother he’s backwards, awesome um! So your first fight as an amateur um when you you know, do you remember the feeling that you had and the nervousness, and how did you overcome all that i was so nervous? It was like um, it was i’m not sure quite where, where it was located at, but i know it was kind of like we drove like two hours away.
You know um.
I was nervous in the car i kept yawning.
I yawned when i’m nervous, so i kept me on it.
I couldn’t sleep the night before and i remember just getting in there uh.
It was like somewhere like in a basement or something i don’t know what it was, but i was just in there just.
I remember uh my dad just kept telling me like: breathe, breathe, breathe, breathe because i kept forgetting to do all the basic things, but i won my first fight so like and then you broke up more motivation, yeah and then you were hooked.
Obviously that’s awesome, uh.
What are some of your short term goals like uh in the next like six months to a year? Where do you see yourself at um next, six months, i’ll see well right? Hopefully i’ll have my product view way by then um.
I see myself, you know um getting in getting this stand in shape.
You know um just transitioning to the pro lifestyle.
You know it’s not it’s not like the amateurs you know and the amateurs you train hard for a competition.
Do you want to break pros? You got to stay ready, you know for any fight, you know any cards you could fight on.
You know you got to stay ready, so it’s about like changing my lifestyle, you know to be the best.
You know athlete.
I can be right, um.
So now, you’re training, now you’re training to uh.
Have your pro debut.
Are you finding it easy for the transition in the different kind of training and preparation like because i know it’s a it’s a a whole different game? Are you ready transition, easy or difficult or um? Well, i i don’t say nothing is easy, but um i’m up for the challenge.
Um, it’s a lot of um, more like tedious little things like it’s the little things that count and approach.
You know um um because in the amateurs just so just like fast high speed, you know we only got three three minute rounds.
You know and the pros we, you know you can have up to 12 rounds to you know, get your knockout but like in amateurs.
It’S just so high pace just punches, but now i’m slowing it down.
You know when i’m correcting every little mistake.
So yes i’ll say it’s way harder.
That’S that’s amazing! I’M i’m so happy to.
I can’t wait to you do.
Thank you so much.
I can’t wait to see you debut man.
You got some heavy hands uh.
You got great defense, uh, you’re, real, fast and uh you.
You definitely have some great ring iq.
You know how to cut those angles real.
I, like i spent all morning watching yours, you look to your fights right because you know i wanted to really know what you were about.
What are you talking to right? Yeah i have to right.
Like you know, it’s got to be a great interview um.
So you may you made team usa uh at what age um well uh, my the the year county, i would say since i was 18 i’ve been on the team, since i was 18, i’m 23 years old now, so you know i kept my spot for four Or five consecutive years you know so right, yeah, it’s been a long time.
Is it hard? Is it hard to keep a spot on team usa like it’s a is a lot of politics? Oh well, it’s not hard for me because not just land, yeah yeah, because yeah i’ll say yes, because, as always, you know people um, you know it’s always like the you know.
The younger people are not even young people.
People period always want to.
You know take your spot, so it’s just always.
You know, motivation to just work harder.
You know to keep it, you can get it, but it’s even harder to keep it because you know now that they know you know you got it they coming for you.
You know so it is, it is harder, but it’s it’s.
It’S even more motivation.
So go hand-in-hand.
Yeah! That’S right! That’S right! Uh the olympics, so you know you you’re an olympian you’re, a medalist.
You got that bronze.
Let’S see that baby, what yeah there it is! There it is uh covent covey was a big deal um and affected the olympics, huge uh.
What kind of like? What kind of part did that play in your training and how did that affect you and your team um? Well, it played a big part in my training because um you know the olympic qualifiers they had got postponed.
I would say maybe like three days you know before the actual day we were supposed to leave for argentina.
So like it was like we, you know it was hard.
We was our my whole, you know, usa, boxing team was like devastated like because we trained you know two months hard, you know, lost weight was own weight, was you know in shape and everything it? It kind of it hit his heart, it was, it was very, like you know, degrading kind of you know and unmotivating, but you know to have my team surrounded.
You know by your saying.
You know you know it was just it was just we just lifted each other’s spirits.
You know, we’ve been through a lot, we trained hard, we starve with each other.
If you start that’s family, we can’t eat nothing but ice, that’s family! So all right, it played a big big, big role, especially when um, when i actually got to tokyo, because when i got to tokyo um for because i have friends – okay, for example, michaela mayer, she told me her experience.
You know um with um the olympics that she went to and i was thinking you know.
Okay, this is gon na be this year.
I got there.
It was not like that everything was strict like they shut everything down.
I think i i just lost a lot of you know: uh free opportunities like, for example like when they get um the olympians they get the free beats and stuff, and, like you know you get to go around you get to explore.
We didn’t get to do that.
I just feel like it was kind of you’re kind of just stuck to a compound right yeah.
It was just yeah, it was just like like kind of, but i was still just you know happy to even be there, so it was amazing either way.
Oh well, it’s the olympics.
What what more can you do? You’Ve been in your country? You’Ve been able to represent your country, you brought home a medal uh.
What was what was that like, like standing on that podium in front of, like you, know, millions of people watching around the world? What will describe the feeling when they put that metal on your neck? Well, when i was standing on podium, i only saw you know my team, so it really.
It already hit me there because it was just like another competition like yeah my team.
Thanks guys, i mean it was a great team, we supported each other and everything, and you know we did what we could, but it was nothing like you know having your family there or thousands of thousands of people screaming your name chanting for you, like.
I didn’t get that feeling, but when i got home i got a parade, so i guess that was close to that yeah.
My name is stuck at the parade and you know little girls was crying and everything.
So i think it hit me at the parade more than actually sitting on the podium right uh.
So you grew up.
You grew up in toledo.
Yes, what like really a boxing? Do they have a like a big boxing base like it doesn’t seem like the place to really yeah? I know it’s a little high, it’s kind of small, but we have a lot of boxers, though we have a lot of like hometown boxers.
That’S here like we have ohio perry, you know we we have me, we have say aberbell, you know robert robert easter um.
I have ultra jones iii um.
We have uh tiger johnson he’s from cleveland ohio, but still ohio.
We um olympian he’s also pro um want to know.
We have charles conwell he’s from cleveland.
Also, you know he’s an olympian.
We have a lot of people, you know and also you know, haven’t brady he’s not from ohio, but he trained there yeah right there.
You know so he’s he’s a good friend of us yeah we’ve had we’ve had him on, we’ve had him on a couple of times.
Oh he’s he’s a good kid man.
I i enjoy watching him too, and you know what i’m gon na shout out to uh his dad for uh hooking me up yeah shout out to you shout out senior.
I know he’s watching.
I know he’s watching so you know.
Thank you again much love and respect, and not looking out so now now you’ve signed with split team management.
What kind of like? How was that? How like the phone call you just got a phone call? Is that how it worked and um? No, i knew i knew dave mcquaters for a long time, especially in amateurs, since i’ve been around you know, but um i just i just feel like dave mcwaters was the was the right you know manager for me.
I feel like he fit me perfectly, because i already knew him in my past and i feel like i can trust him.
You know i feel like he’ll be the best.
You know person that can give me the opportunity you know to be world champ one day right.
So my next question: what do you look for in in a manager and coach? What what makes a? What makes a recipe for success? What are you looking to get out of them? Well, um? Surely, honestly, i’m looking for someone who generally genuinely care about me.
You know just not just strictly business, i’m looking for someone that i have like a bond with you know, and then you know the business come and everything you know so, like i said somebody i can trust.
You know this is my.
This is my career like this.
Is you know this is my life now you know it’s not a game now.
You know i don’t.
This is my job.
You know so i want to make.
You know, make the best decision decisions.
I can you know for my career right what you, what gym, are you training at uh right now? Presently, i’m sorry! What gym are you uh training at presently um, i’m trying to leave my opinions open because i, like i said i wan na best athlete.
I can be the best pro i can be so i’m just trying to you know maneuver around right now, so i’m leaving my options open because i got a lot of good options.
That’S awesome, uh dream fight.
If you could have it tomorrow, who would you fight in your division, whoever got to build somebody in my division because a lot of these girls a lot of these girls? You know they don’t have like amateur backgrounds and stuff like that.
They just they just go straight, you know in, but i’m a real boxer like i’ve been doing this for, like my whole life like i didn’t just wake up and just wanted to be a boxer.
This is something that you know i actually worked for.
You know it’s in this, you know and it’s coming and it’s going to be my time to get a meal clip.
It is your time you, you decided it’s your time now, you’re about to bust out as a pro and uh.
You know what all your fans are.
Gon na, be super excited when you uh start banging these girls out, hey, i’m gon na say no.
I can’t wait man, oh um, can you run us through, like a day in the life of your training, like uh start to finish from the time you wake up until you go to bed and what the routine is? Okay? Well, when i’m in training camp, you know um, i probably wake up around i’ll, say: 6, 37 and then we’ll run.
Then after the run, we’ll um come home.
Take a shower.
You know, get our breakfast take a little nap before morning.
Practice is 10 and um the first hour, the 10 to 12 were um shadow boxing and jump roping and then 11 to 12 um, we’re um doing the mitts in the back and then we’ll go home.
Eat take a shower, and then we come back again at 5-7 5-7 we’re working out all cardio.
You know you stand on your feet for hours straight, just cardio, straight cardio, stuff, um, high, intense things and then, after that, from six to seven.
Like i said, we either hit the hit the bag or hit the mids, or we either spar, and that’s and that’s that’s monday through saturday – that’s a that’s a busy day.
Is there any part of that day that you just dread? Doing i hate running man.
You know what i’ll tell you i’ve done.
So many interviews and i’ll tell you that’s one of the big ones, yeah, that’s what he wants is running.
Everybody hates it because it takes a lot of time right, especially it’s boring.
I’M just running, i’m like oh okay.
It’S a tree.
Okay like i need it’s boring.
Oh, let me tell you a secret secret.
Okay, i’m gon na get in trouble, but i don’t care because i’m not amateur anymore, okay, so one time we had to go run me and my little brother up to jumpstart, we had to go run right.
So when we run, we just come outside and we just like run around our neighborhood.
So but i had a friend that lived around my neighborhood and i had just started my menstrual cycle and my and my coach was like you need to run.
You need to run i’m like, i’m hurting, i’m hurting he was like.
So what champion is wrong? You need to go around.
I ran to my friend house around the corner and i text my brother, like when you get home text me, so i can come back out.
I put water on my forehead like i was sweating.
I was like [ Music ].
You never knew, but he probably know now because he watching you know now [ Music ], so i’m in trouble for you.
You owe me one yo, honestly, honestly, i love it.
Thank you aired out the dirt right here on the show.
I knuckle up.
All right behind the scenes, that’s the wicked! That’S really good! So um! You don’t know when you’re uh, when your debut fight is you’re gon na have to let us know so.
We can definitely definitely promote the crap out of that and women have you on the show before the fight and probably after the fight.
So we can really push you out there, man and let people know who you are uh.
Do you want to be loved or you want to be feared in in the sport? I want to be loved, but at the same time i don’t love.
I don’t want.
I don’t want people to be scared of me because when people be scared, that’s when bad things happen.
You know people get caught with good punches by someone, they fear.
You know, like a scary punch on accident.
I want to be.
I just want to be respected.
You know i want to be loved and i want to be respected in the ring.
I want them to respect my punches and you know like i want them to just know.
You know be careful when you’re with me.
You know because i’m like i said before like this, is something i trained for all my life.
I didn’t just wake up.
You know this morning and be like.
I wanted to be a fighter or i need money make me do this.
No, like i’ve been training.
My whole life – you know for this, so i just want them to you know, keep that in mind and play smart when you want to ring with me.
That’S that’s right, you’re good for your own health, for your own health um.
Can you describe say your worst performance and the lesson that you learned from it? My worst performance yeah, okay, um, my worst performance was probably it’s hard, because i’m such an honest plan, i just seriously my worst performance was um.
I think i was in spain if i’m not mistaken, because it was my first year on the team and you know um i was i was fighting 165 because they didn’t have 152 yet right, so i was fighting 165.
The girl was bigger than me.
Of course, you know it’s overseas day big, so i came in there um and i came in there uh we was fighting for about, like i’ll, say a minute and a half and she caught me.
She caught me with a good punch and it really messed up.
My eye, so i’m like, oh, you feel me my eye and then the ref come here like one two three and then i’ll turn around to my coach and i’m like there’s something in my eye and he stopped to fight like this.
Like you know, but like i didn’t know, you know i was inexperienced, i didn’t know you can’t turn around from the rift, because it’s something in your eye.
You can’t go to your coach and be like you blow my eye.
I didn’t know that so you know so, but that was the worst experience that you know.
That was the worst experience i ever you know experienced in boxing but like it was just something to grow from.
So what’s the last thing you learned from that? Don’T turn around right, don’t turn around and your coach cannot blow your eye without permission like i was like.
Oh my god, i was so embarrassed.
I was so disappointed in myself.
I’M like i’m, not even tired or nothing.
We only been fighting for a minute and 30 seconds.
It was just something right here.
You can’t get it out.
That’S still, that’s amazing um how how do you keep motivated after after a loss? What do you do to keep motivated? Because i know i know it’s hard for people, it is hard for people sometimes like if they’re on that winning streak and they end up.
You know with that loss.
Sometimes it is hard to bounce back.
What do you do? It is hard and it’s very discouraging, like you know, you work, most training camps be like a month and a half two months.
You work two months.
You know to get this far and then you know, then you lose you’re like what else can i do? You know, but um i feel like just being surrounded by loved ones.
You know loved ones, motivate you more.
Like my family motivate me, you know the most, because this is who i do it for you know, like you know like i just want to you know give back to my mom.
I want to buy my mom a house, a car.
I want to buy my grandmother, you know a story, you know like i just want to you know i just want to give back but, like i said i’ll say, family is the most motivating thing for me.
That’S that’s, that’s amazing.
Family family definitely helps helps me with the hard times.
You know right.
You always always got ta turn back to mama right and her home cooking right.
Do you do you have? Do you have a strict diet plan when you’re when you’re training did you um we’re? Not trying to, of course, um just the basics, really um, no pop, no soda people say soda.
I say pop soda pop, no, no pop, no pop um, no fried foods.
You know really um, no, really, no bread.
You know the basics really, but i don’t eat beef or pork, but i’m about to start back eating beef because i got um low iron.
I hope i i heard it help with it.
Yeah you wouldn’t even know.
I wouldn’t even think of that.
You got to start eating some cows, man yeah.
You know what pull a rocky go there and pound it out, [ Laughter ], i just might i just might go you’ll go over that warehouse pound out your steak.
Oh my god, it’ll be great um.
What do you believe uh is the greatest challenge that women in boxing face today: um the greatest challenge for women and boxing today will be equal, equal, a lot eat being equal.
You know to the males, because we do the same exact thing.
First of all, i don’t know who changed the minutes to two minutes when we was fighting three minutes like they really trying to degrade women like we before that, we was doing the same thing that males do and getting paid less like you know, but like hopefully, I can you know, change you know, or you know or motivate people to you know to to to treat us the same because, like i said, i’m not i’m not a like uh, okay, i’m putting good words.
So, first of all, a lot: i’m gon na keep it real a lot of people, don’t like or not interested in women’s boxing, because they say they fight like girls.
You know this is not.
This is not like cat fighting or not.
This is real boxing.
You know so um.
I just feel like uh, my performances and my kos.
That’S that that i’m about to you know experience and everything and i’m about to give out.
I just feel like i hope they be like.
Oh, my god, she’s a real boxer.
Women can do this too, just like men, you know, so i just i don’t know i just i’m a firm believer in that.
I firmly believe in that i had.
I actually had a.
I had a segment on my show that i did talking about the three minutes and and how women should be right right.
Three minutes you know gives it gives more time more time for that knock out and we’d see your knockouts and stuff like that in in women’s boxing and honestly women fighting like women.
No, no, no honestly, shannon courtney and the ebony uh bridges, yeah everybody, oh my god, that was that fight that fight, i believe, really set the tone for this year and the following years to come for women’s boxing.
That was a slugfest! Yes, i don’t know if you’ve seen michaela marriage fight um.
I think she fought somebody from france like that, was a brawl like yeah.
These fights, you know they’re, not no.
You know cat fights in the club.
These aren’t real bras, real boxing.
You know so, like you know, um i feel like women’s boxing will rise.
I feel like i can make a change.
You know i feel like i can fight for us women who feel like you know, we’re who feel like you know they might be less than because you know we do the same exact thing for less money.
It doesn’t make sense who’s in charge, [ Laughter, ].
You know you know the people in charge, the people in charge are too old school and we got to change the face of boston into the new school today.
Right, that’s that’s what needs to be done.
We got to get rid of these old farts that uh follow the old rules and you know man get out man.
You know hey what i love happening.
What i love about women’s boxing, it’s super exciting you, women are fast really fast.
You guys are petite you’re, not super big, like you’re, not slow right, you guys are quick and honestly i’ve been watching you, ladies for a long time.
Now, thanks and i’ll tell you you guys, can bang it out man and you can knock people out and it’s it’s it’s just as exciting, if not more exciting.
Sometimes right, that’s right and i give it to the women because they don’t duck fights yeah.
We don’t play like wing cause the um, the man there’s a lot of men out here, ducking fights you know trying to stay on top at the top of the top.
But you know us you, we hey, hey, hey.
We bleed for a week without dying, so we can do anything.
Yes do you have any words of wisdom for the young women that are going to follow in your footsteps? Um, like i said um, i just want to be living proof.
You know of of of never give her get never giving up like.
I said i suffer from a house fire like a week and a half before the olympics and i still went in medals so like.
If i can do that, i know you know anybody.
Anybody can do it, it’s possible, never give up if you believe you can’t achieve like never give up, no matter what you want to gold at the pan am in 2019.
Yes, how? How is that is it? Is it? Is it just as good as the olympics or well um? We got to experience a lot in in the pan, am because kobe wasn’t out yet so it was fun.
It was amazing, um, peru.
Peru showed us a lot of love peru.
They showed us a lot of love.
We had um people making signs for us and everything um we went out to eat.
Uh people was able to join us, it was, it was fun like it was like just a good experience to have like.
I still talk to people from peru.
You know on my social media now like it’s just like you know, friends, you know to travel and meet friends life long time.
Friends like right, that’s amazing, you’re gon na know these people for the rest of your career.
That’S because of it right so honestly, your legacy when you, when you’re ready to hang it up retire.
You know, maybe coach your mentor.
What uh? What do you want to leave behind? What do you want to be known for um? I just want to be.
Oh, we lost sound, lost, sound, try and refresh we’ll figure it out guys we’ll figure out the sound she’ll be back in a minute guys stay tuned, uh we’re going to get these uh last couple of questions out that i want to ask her that you fans Want to know about um yeah, definitely dusty munford.
What about the ioc eliminating boxing at the olympics? We will definitely ask her that uh when we get her back.
Hopefully she comes back perfect.
Can we hear him? Somebody call me sadie there we go there.
We go perfect, awesome, awesome uh, so we have a question from one of our viewers.
Well, while you were gone um, he wants to know what about the ioc eliminating boxing at the olympics.
Oh wow, i haven’t even heard about that.
I hadn’t heard about it.
Okay! Well, it’s it’s! It’S it’s! It’S something that i’ve just touched based on myself.
I don’t know too much about it, but apparently the ioc is talking about eliminating boxing at the olympics, because women only were able to join the olympics in boxing as of 2012.
So wow wow wow wow, i probably heard a rumor, but i didn’t.
I didn’t think that was true at all, but it might be true because i heard they only can give out a certain amount of medals, so they might just take out a sport because i know they’re adding i heard they were adding cheerleading to a sport.
Oh, my god and the in and before that they they added skateboarding so like it might.
They might just take out boxing, but i don’t see.
Why would they take out boxing and boxing is a real deal like an actual sport, so, like wow, i don’t know.
I think it would be devastating yeah, they think well, not that they they think they consider archery as a sport too and shooting as a sport.
We have shooters at the olympic training center too.
So it’s just like you standing up and you’re doing this work out.
Your fingers like this like but boxing i don’t know why would they take out boxing? That’S that’s crazy.
No, that’s! That’S! That’S insane! That’S completely insane! I hope they don’t do it uh, so uh.
I don’t want to keep you too much longer.
I know you’re a very busy woman.
Thank you again for coming out and uh talking to us here at bon knuckle lab.
I greatly appreciate your time and i definitely want to have you back before your debut, so we can uh.
We can pump that and push it out to all the fans out there that uh are following you now in your pro career and uh.
We will definitely get you back after that big win too.
Yes, yes, yes, after my ko, i’m good y’all stay tuned, but thank you for having me it’s been a pleasure, and hopefully i can do this again.
You know you know what, hopefully, hopefully, that knockout wins our knockout of the week award.
Oh, oh, why you giving out award harder, not go to the weekend.
You know you got to do a nice fancy, one lit yeah and i’m going to do a little dance out there [ Laughter ].
Yes, i love it.
I love it.
Uh just stick around.
Like sign off and uh, we’ll talk for a minute, uh knuckle up fans thanks for tuning in haven, brady senior, thanks again for all your support and love and putting in touch with uh o’shea for this wonderful interview, uh fans, you know what it is man you’ll See me tonight, on the friday night panel, seven o’clock with tim, witherspoon, two-time, heavyweight champ of the world and our friends from last bell boxing over in the uk.
In the meantime, we’ll see you then and don’t forget, are watching live at talking fight saturday and our knuckle up not go to the week award on sunday we’ll see i’m gon na get that one day yeah definitely definitely come come.
I can’t wait to.
I can’t wait to present it to you.
Yes, yes, thank you again o’shea.
Thank you all the fans.
Thanks again, it’s michael r4 knuckle up.
You know what it is.