AIR DATE: Feb 26 2021 14:00UTC
EPISODE: Episode 9
Sereena She Warrior | The Female Fist | Talkin’ Fight
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Analyst at the canadian championships and she’s going to share with us all her rest of her alkalates.
Please welcome serena the she warrior.
How are you doing serena, i’m good? How are you i’m well, it’s like.
We were just saying it’s been so long since i’ve seen you.
I think that the last time i actually saw you was at nationals.
If i’m correct it was yeah.
Because did you come to the brampton cup in 2020? No, i didn’t.
I took a break from boxing in 2020 yeah, so that is like.
Why, like i have, i feel like it’s been forever, i’m so happy to communicate with you again and i’m really excited to get your story on here.
I think that everybody’s gon na really appreciate it so now that i’ve introduced you as our silver medalist for the canadian championships, this is serena present status, so who was serena before walking into a boxing gym? Can you tell me and everybody else a little bit about yourself, yeah for sure uh, so i’m from sarnia ontario, my reserve is called omgenong um.
I was born and raised there uh i lived on.
I lived on the reserve up until high school and then kind of just been not on and off, but i still have family members that live there and i’ve been living in sarnia like in town in my high school years and yeah.
I wouldn’t say that i’ve had the best life, but i wouldn’t say i’ve had the worst either and i don’t i wouldn’t want to change anything in my life.
I think everything i’ve gone through the ups and downs have all played a role in who i am and who i am today, and i wouldn’t i wouldn’t change that.
To be honest, that’s beautiful! Thank you.
Thank you for saying that, so i mean i’ve never had somebody of a native background come on to this podcast.
So you know this is like really great to have a female boxer from that cultural background and well the reserve.
So this was a reserve that was in sarnia, i’m assuming yeah, it’s just on the outskirts.
It’S basically like 10, 15 minutes from like the actual city right yeah and you and you so.
You said that you lived there for most of your life yeah up until high school and then in high school.
I thought it would be better for me to go in town and be where my high school was because we don’t have any schools on my reserve right, like i’ve always had to catch bus catch the bus like 20 minute bus ride or plus to get to School so yeah very unique experience and i’m sure a lot of people will appreciate that and i guess like so going into high school you you moved into town, i did yeah, so my parents separated when i was nine and my dad um.
He had a house on the reserve and then my mom was in town, so i made the decision for myself to move in town to live with my mom um for school and yeah.
It was an interesting time in my life uh, very, very challenging.
Um, but i’ve taken a lot of lessons from that currently now at this age right, so right, yeah.
Now i think that you and i are the same age right 26 years of age, this year, 25.
Okay, close enough yeah literally, but i do turn 26 this year in october, so, okay, great, so that kind of transition i can only imagine – must have been extremely challenging for yourself as you’re saying it was a little bit of a roller coaster if it yeah lack Of better words – and you know, without going into too many details – is there anything that you would want to tell a young woman.
That’S maybe in the same situation right now or maybe feels a little bit out of place and any kind of advice that you would say to her.
Oh my gosh yeah um.
If i could go back to that, serena in that moment and i’m gon na be very transparent with you and i’ve, actually, i’ve never actually shared this um, but i think it’ll put a lot of perspective on things and who i am and like the situation that I was in um when i was 16, like my mom had taken care of my brother’s children and at that time we lived in like a really small apartment like two bedroom apartment, so tiny um, i didn’t have my own bedroom, given that my sister lived with Us as well and my mom so literally like my clothes, were in a closet like that was that’s the way it was and, like i just slept with my mom myself with my sister, i slept on the couch, and i was okay with that and i was In high school at the time um, so if i could tell that girl that 16 year old girl myself anything, it would just be that there are so many good things in store for you, if you’re willing to work for them, you’re willing to put in the Work, you know if you’re willing to stay positive and see that you know you can change your life and you can create a better life for yourself.
That’S wonderful! That’S beautiful! Thank you for sharing that here.
I’M sure that somebody out there is really needing those words right now, so thank you yeah.
I guess like because you know everything that you were experiencing was really challenging.
Do you think that boxing had an impact on you in your transitions? Oh, my gosh, honestly, if it wasn’t for boxing, i don’t know if i would be as strong courageous as i am honestly and truthfully like i i like, i actually did wrestling when i was in grade nine and ten um and that’s kind of where i got Like my discipline, i love my coach and he taught me a lot of good traits, um and just being strong, and you know the discipline and the motivation and very raw and real.
But when i um was 16 or 17, i had a really like my first love.
My first breakup and i was so sad and was like drinking with my friends all the time and you know just not really hanging out with good people and my mom.
My sister were going to do boxing classes at riverside, riverside boxing, which was insania and they were like serena like you should you should come, you should try it out and whatever, and i was like yeah sure and i mean like i had really nothing to lose At that point i was like just sad and depressed and just sulking in my own sadness and i went, and i remember the first class i had like i loved it, and the coach at the time was like.
Oh, my god, he was like you need to come back, you need to come back and i was like okay, i will, and ever since then i just haven’t looked back and boxing has always kind of been like in my life and i’m so thankful for that.
Like your clutch yeah, it’s really like the backbone to me.
I think well, thank you because i was gon na ask you like to just walk us through that, and i’m really happy that you just went right in there and that’s actually really nice that you had the wrestling first, it’s funny because i had um justine hansinger Here last week and her – and i mean because we’ve known each other for so long – we both knew that we had this wrestling background.
At the same time, i didn’t know that you as well had that wrestling background yeah.
I had to wrestle with justine for a while too yeah, so i’m the one that’s out of the loop, then oh okay, because i had um in grade 10, so we would have been in grade 10 together um.
I went to sarnia for a tournament where i dislocated my hip in sarnia.
I guess you guys just really didn’t want me there.
Just looking at your hip.
It was a freak accident to be honest, like there was a hole in the mat that was covered with tape.
I don’t know what happened, i guess they didn’t inspect.
The mat girl took a shot like a double for me.
I sprawled my foot went through the hole boom.
My hip was out just a couple accident.
I still won so i so it’s a great story.
I still won um, but then you know like after that i took a year off wrestling and then, like my dad, was like okay look choose boxing or wrestling.
You got to make that decision girl and i was like all right all right all right.
So that’s just history, but yeah, so that’s great that you and like justine and myself like we have that in common.
Like i didn’t know that about you, she didn’t tell me that either i feel really out of the loop right now.
I was really not that serious about it honestly, like looking back at when i did it like.
I still was going and like i enjoyed it, and i learned a lot from it, but, like it’s day and night from wrestling to boxing like boxing, is like no brainer like no excuses.
This is what doing this is what i want.
This is what i’m good at and i just like went for it.
So it’s a different game.
When somebody’s throwing punches at your face yeah, i there’s something about punching people’s face and something about just getting punched and being like no yeah, and it’s very right to the point it is.
It is it’s very challenging too, so it is so now that, like um, now that you told us about how you walked into the boxing gym and how it made, you feel and that’s why you stayed.
How was the journey for you competing? How did that make that reflection on you, because you were going through a lot of stuff in those moments, so how was getting ready for a fight like how were you juggling those feelings with those moments? Did i mean so? My journey in boxing first started out.
Um with a lot of heart, i, my coach was a lot older and he didn’t really teach me technical boxing.
So a lot of the times it was just like my pure heart and just my drive and just you know the work that i was putting in outside of the boxing like running and whatever right and i was like in high school.
When i first started, i was you know, going to school and then after school i’d go to boxing and then after boxing i would do homework.
Sometimes i’d even wake up before school go for runs um.
When i had done well, it was awesome.
I felt great and when i lost i was obviously like heartbroken and was just eager to get better so that i could kind of get back in the game back in the game and turn it into a positive.
I never like sulked in it for too long.
Thankfully i know some people can take losses really really really hard um, but i’ve always kind of remained positive and just kind of taken a lesson from it.
I also think that’s probably from just my life too right like has correlated together just the inner strength and seeing the positive things and you’re learning like how, basically, when you’re, getting ready to go into that ring.
You’Re understanding that pressure – and you know that life has already thrown so many obstacles in your way that you can get through this yeah yeah.
I love challenging unboxing.
I love that.
I love that it challenges you mentally more than it does physically.
Yes, all the time.
Yes, all the time, i can’t tell you how many times i can’t tell you how many times i got done, training – and i remember this one time specifically just getting punched in the kidney.
The first time and just like having to take a knee.
I remember going home from training that night being like so upset, and i remember just telling myself no, i’m gon na get better, i’m gon na get better and it’s just those moments that show whether or not you want to do this and challenge you make you Better perseverance, yeah perseverance and resilience yeah, definitely and a real true champion, needs those qualities.
Yeah yeah, i have a lot of heart girl.
I try to be, as you know, transparent as i can be, and honest and uh just be my true self.
Really, that’s what i see from you, i mean even when we first met.
I knew that you were that kind of person, because i knew like even at nationals.
We were in the same weight division and after i had my loss like you coming over to me.
That was of course i wasn’t in an array in the moment, but, like i recognized that you came over to me and you were like hey, i hope you’re.
Okay, like you know, just to have that kind of outreach, even as competitors that is a champion, and that is a winner, because you’re humble you understand, you’re empathetic, it’s not just like a me versus the world.
It’S like this is a sport, we’re all in this.
For a reason, because you’re in this for a reason, you understand that – and you understand that somebody else is in there for a reason, yeah and a lot of respect.
You know like whether your opponent or not like it, takes a lot of guts to get in there and it takes a lot of guts to just keep fighting keep fighting.
You know like, like we just what i just told you right like me, being upset, because i had done so poorly.
I can’t tell you how many times i felt like that in training right and it’s like, i think, of myself and i think of other fighters, and i’m like it, takes so much to get to this point in in nationals right like it takes so much.
So my heart was broken for you in that moment too.
To be honest, i was like that is really crappy right and it’s unfortunate, but you feel you feel it in the moment and then you keep moving on just like you have right exactly just like.
We all do right in boxing it’s such an unforgiving sport, the people who are at the top, the people who are consistently competing and they have a name in the community.
It’S because they’ve had those losses and they’ve said to themselves i’m coming back.
I got to go back because you have some people that are doing great, some people that are like yeah, i’m ready to try the competition game and people start talking about them like this person, this person and then the second that that moment does come in the Ring and let’s say it doesn’t go their way or sometimes i’ve even seen some fighters that come to about and they can’t even step into the ring yeah and even like those kinds of moments like you realize like it’s, it’s so much.
Some people can’t even get there or they cannot cope with that loss.
It takes a lot for one person to do that, a lot a lot of a lot of mental toughness and a lot of heart, especially for like yourself when you come from these child.
This challenging background to not just like you’re immersing yourself in something that is going to give you more challenges, so you’re already dealing with your own stuff and then you’re walking into something that you know is going to give you more challenges.
But it’s your mindset like these are the these are the kinds of challenges that i’m willing to put in front of myself, because these challenges are going to make me stronger for that and that and that’s it right there.
If there’s one thing, i’ve learned, especially in this last year, with this pandemic pandemic, and everything like that like if you want, if you want to get better – and you want to really make yourself who you need to be in this life, it’s actually putting yourself in Uncomfortable positions in challenges, because that’s what makes you a better person, that’s what challenges you to grow.
You have no choice but to grow right and i think that’s amazing in itself it’s about embracing those feelings, because some people, when they feel that, like it’s too much like it’s very uncomfortable and they don’t want to be there, they want to get back to where They felt comfortable and it’s to think like no.
This is where i need to be, and i need to deal with that because that’s where the growth happens and that’s amazing, that you’ve been able to bring yourself from what i understand is that you’re bringing yourself through this.
I’M sure you have support, i’m sure you have really close people to you, but just the way that i’m hearing this is that you’ve built a lot of self-awareness in really hard situations yeah.
I definitely think that everything that i’ve i’ve gone through has made me older than than when i am, and i am grateful for that like i said i wouldn’t change it um and it’s just something.
I’Ve realized, especially over the last years, how beneficial it is to really make yourself uncomfortable and even though you don’t want to do something because you may fear it or you may think you’re not going to be able to do it or whatever those self-doubts.
You fight through them and you get to the other side and you look back at yourself and you’re like wow like for a split second, i thought i couldn’t do this and i’ve done it right and that that’s awesome.
That’S what life’s about absolutely constantly seeing what else you can overcome, seeing what else you can handle just pushing yourself for those kinds of experiences to get the best out of what is to come.
Yeah 100, don’t be afraid to fail, don’t be afraid to because what do you have to lose honestly exactly? What do you have to lose? You tried and if you fail, then you and if you want to go for it, you can keep trying keep trying like.
There’S you’ll get it eventually, that’s like something to like when you go to a fight and sometimes um.
I don’t remember the girl’s name right now, but we were at this tournament and just one of the girls i seen her at the corner.
She was just really stressing herself out, it was um, i believe it was bronze gloves.
I believe it was bronze gloves and she was just really stressing herself.
So you know just like hey, what’s going on, what’s up she’s like i’m, really nervous about my fight, and i said well, do you feel like you trained enough and she’s like? Oh, my god, like i put so much effort into my training, i did this.
I did that i’m like well that’s great, and i was like do you like you made weight like you, you’re, comfortable with your weight so yeah i came in like a pound under i’m like that’s great and i was like well, you put the work in.
Why are you worried and she’s like because i i’m worried about losing but you’re here, you’re going to walk into that ring anyways yeah there anyways! So whether or not like it doesn’t like you put the work in nothing.
You stress about right now is going to change.
You just go in there and give it a 100, and that’s it.
Leave it on the table.
You’Ve done the work yeah, so you know it’s either that person is more experienced than you or a better fighter than you and that’s okay, too yeah go in there and do what you’ve what you’ve been doing.
The last five months or, however long you’ve been training right, and i love that you talked to her.
That’S that’s awesome! Yeah, you know the female community right in the boxing is very small, so i think it’s really good like even just that’s why i like to get everybody on here just for everybody to have that chance to share their experiences in the sport, because boxing, i think, Is very like it’s an understated sport for women, it really is, and it really is – and we need to create an alliance here and get some girls all together.
That’S awesome! So now, of course, the looming question covid.
How have you been during covid like? Have you been doing your own training like what’s been going on so okay, so when this first okay, so i so the end of 2019 2019 is when i like really really like.
I think i fought over like 10 times that year, but i just like really went to town and just took anything.
I could, and you know just wanted to get better, and then i told myself at the end of 2019 that i’m going to take a break for my career and then after when i had planned on fighting again covet hit.
So i was like okay in the first little while, to be honest, i you know was eating just like bad food pizza was having wine, and i just felt so crummy about myself and i was like okay.
I need to do something about this because i think i’m so used to like being in the fight scene, that i’ve always had like a fight and like i’ve, been training.
I’M focused on something and for me like when i’m not focused on something like well.
Actually, the old me when i’m not focused on something i would kind of get back into that little like slump, but that’s kind of what happened in the beginning of coven and i was like okay, something needs to happen.
Um and i actually started this uh challenge.
It’S called 75 hard watch, it’s not a challenge.
It’S a program, it’s from mandy friscella.
It’S it’s very intense, it’s not for everyone, obviously um, but it and it consists of two 45-minute workouts a day one has to be outside.
Like has to be outside outdoors and one gallon of water 10 pages of an entrepreneur like self-development book, a progress photo um, stick to like yo yeah, stick to a meal plan and uh like no no cheat meals, and is there anything else, i’m missing um? No, i think, that’s it, so i didn’t design it.
No, it was this man named annie frasella, and i heard it in a podcast like three years ago and i’ve always told myself.
I wanted to do it, but i never actually thought i could do it, because it’s like very challenging okay um when cove would hit.
I was like okay.
This is my time i need to like change who i am mentally, and this isn’t like a physical fitness challenge, because you do get physical results, but it’s it’s for your mental toughness.
Basically it’s to make you do things that are uncomfortable to push you to make.
You realize who you are, and it’s been the best thing.
That’S ever happened to me and that’s why i say this year with kobe and the pandemic.
I’Ve really just grown and, like understood, understood what this is all about.
I uh i’m actually on the second round.
This time, so i’ve done it the first time i completed it.
I did it in march and i was done sometime in the summer and then i took a break and then this past january i started again i’m on day 48.
So congratulations thanks, yeah.
It’S honestly, and it’s so different this time around, i feel like um.
I’Ve learned something new this time around i the first time i did it.
I i am was so eager to like eat junk food after and be like.
Oh, my god, i can’t wait till they send five and i can finally have a cheat meal and now this time around i’m on day 48 and i’m and i’m just like – have the mindset now it’s like.
No, if you want to be something great and if you want to do amazing things in this life like you’re you’re destined to do to do like, i feel, like all of us, have a calling in this life um, whether you believe it or not it.
I feel like everyone does, and i feel like now, the second time around, it’s like no, like you’re gon na, have to work like hard every single day of your life.
If you really want to accomplish what you want to accomplish, i have no desire to go back to what i was doing before i just really want to get after it every day and see you see where i can go really.
No really like good for you.
I love i love hearing that i love.
I think i can hear like just that.
I can hear like the fire, just like leaning in your stomach, just like you’re ready for this, and i i love that.
What is this called again, i’m glad it shows it’s called 75 hard, all right, guys, 75 heart challenge exactly how serena here just mentioned it there you go so i i suggest you like put yourself through something it.
It’S amazing! It’S it’s the hardest thing.
I’Ve ever done and i’ve had a lot of hard fights.
Yes, and i have to say it’s the hardest thing.
I’Ve ever done like two workouts a day, one outside gross like no one wants to do that.
No one wants to do that.
I don’t want to do that.
I’Ve had really challenging uh stuff happening this past year, with my family uh.
Two of my cousins have passed away and – and i’m still complete – i still completed my day on those days, and this is the thing about the challenge.
No one holds you accountable, but you no one knows if you, if you do something, only you right.
So if you cheat yourself, you know you cheat yourself, i can say yeah scarlett i’ve done two workouts a day, but i’m lying.
You know – and i tell you that i’m lying to myself right, so it’s really teaches you about accountability and really mental toughness, and then you get so much confidence and i truly believe that you get confidence through hard work.
Confidence is not just given you don’t just get confidence by saying i am i’m a good fight.
Like you talked about with that girl, you had asked her.
Have you been training? Yes, okay, then that’s enough confidence for you to go in there and do what you need to do exactly you’re, not lying yourself.
You’Ve done the work go.
Do it exactly show up yeah show up yeah you’ve done the work go.
Do it wow condolences by the way for your cousins? I know like i’ve been seeing some of your stuff, like just for our audience, to know you and i we are connected, so i i have seen some of that stuff and my condolences i know like i was thinking like you’ve, been going through a lot so Yeah, you know yeah and it’s been it’s been a lot, but i’ve really just remained positive and have taken something something out of it that i can implement in my life and who i am um.
You know like whether that’s my cousin’s traits that he has like his his awesome traits that he had on this earth his heart.
If i can portray what he had and be in memory of that way, like that’s kind of how i look at it right and i think any um unfortunate circumstance you have, you have to see the positive you have to see something in it right and take That with you, as you move forward absolutely – and i think that i mean you know – i didn’t – have the pleasure, but i’m almost like well, i am a hundred thousand percent positive that they are both very proud of you and i think that, like what you’re doing Right now is amazing, and i think that you’re a wonderful role model to so many women out there, so many women who come from the same background as you you are like you are a warrior, as you call yourself.
Thank you scarlett.
I appreciate it.
That is so sweet.
No! No! It’S the truth.
Do you have anything right now that you like have a project going on? Do you have like um something that’s out there in the community, because i think that, like your journey and your stories like even just talking to you, i think that, like your words mean a lot to a lot of people out there.
Do you have something going on right now, um, nothing.
At the moment i have been doing uh an all-women’s boxing class that i started last year, kind of in between the first cohort and the second one.
So i started that and it’s been really awesome and i have some really good plans for it coming my classes in march, and i really just wanted to be um a positive female that that comes from almost like tough love right.
I want to build confidence in girls and i want them to realize what it’s actually about um.
You know and it’s it’s not just it’s not just being pretty it’s not just.
You know um trying to think of the right words, but having like that inner strength that, like that, i don’t want to swear on here, but you know that about us right um.
We all have that in us, especially as females, and i really want to show that to the girls and and hype them up and show them kind of what they’re capable of and like the mental side of it right.
And i had a really strong female.
When i first started boxing who’s taught me a lot and it’s i feel like it has shaped me into the fire that i am today like you know, like you talked about at the fight like that.
Taking that humbleness and going up to you and talking to you like that is something that she would have done and i feel like that’s trickled down to me right so for me to have that experience with other females.
I think is amazing and that’s kind of what i i want to start with um now moving forward, i mean i’m sure, there’s some good things in store.
Those just have to come to light through time.
Absolutely there’s always something in store.
The energy that you emit is what energy you’re going to receive.
I totally agree.
I mean light into a lot of people’s lives, like you said like this woman that you speak of what she gave you you’re already giving that to other people.
Even me right, like in my experience that, like that’s something you gave to me, so you are emitting that light and that is going to open the pathway into that direction.
For yourself, and that’s wonderful that you stay there, that’s wonderful that you’re consistently pushing yourself through all the adversities through all the obstacles.
Trust me serena, there’s going to be a lot of amazing things coming your way.
I don’t need to be a psychic to know that [ Laughter, ] yeah.
I truly do i do believe in manifesting.
I do believe you know the law of attraction.
What you put out there comes back right, so you speak negative things that negative things go back to you.
You speak positive.
They come back and that’s just the matter of the truth.
So, that’s why i really do kind of harp on on being positive and just believing that there are good things coming and believing in yourself and believing in the goodness of yourself and being a better person really do you have like any plans for the future, not Going forward whenever, because i know everything is very uncertain right now with covet, but let’s just say: hypothetically um kova disappeared and everything opened up tomorrow.
What would be your plans going forward? I really want to fight um, that’s kind of the first, the first step.
Obviously, i really just want to get better.
I really just want to be good at what i do.
I obviously have a passion for boxing and – and i think it would be amazing – to actually get really good at it um and have that kind of be like something that i am an expert in or really can give that to someone else.
You know what i mean like um.
I don’t want it to stop here.
Obviously, oppo like i don’t know if i would want to go as far as like the olympics or if i wanted to go pro, i’m unsure of that right now.
Obviously, given um my personal life and my career life, but i all i know is that i do want to get better.
It’S never boxing is never going to be out of my life 100.
It’S always going to be here whether it’s i’m going to be coaching or it’s going to be my kids, it’s going to be here.
I really do believe that it’s a great thing to have in people’s lives um for multiple reasons, and i just i never wanted to be gone.
Yeah absolutely – and i totally see that in you and i’m really excited to see you in the future doing these kinds of things i mean i’m sure like if you’re i’m sure we’re going to meet each other in the ring.
Again, i’m sure we’re going to hug and kiss each other before and after the fight, regardless of whatever, and i’m really looking forward to.
You know what that’s the thing too.
I think that you and i can relate on this – it’s not even just the fight, but i love sharing that experience with somebody like you, because we both appreciate it as a sport.
I don’t think that, like i mean, i don’t think that you look at me.
A certain way, i don’t think that you know any of that animosity is coming into this ring.
I think that going forward in these kind of competitions, we support each other just as much as we’re supporting ourselves, and i think that that’s where that strength comes from and that’s where greatness happens, that’s a really good point, and i think that is is so so True like, and i think it’s shown, i think i think the fact that you can fight someone and then have a very in-depth conversation like this.
You know going to competitive state where you know we’re both there to win, and then we can step out of that ring and then talk like this, like.
How amazing is that you know just that in itself.
I think says a lot and it just goes to show what the sport’s about, and especially with getting these females together like.
We all do truly want to see each other succeed and obviously there can only be one winner and i think, at the end of the day like if you won nationals, if you got gold at nationals, i would be ecstatic for you.
I’D be happy.
I’M gon na put that up yourself.
You’D feel the same way for me, and that is just what it’s about right like this has been such a beautiful conversation, happy that we had this and i’m so happy that everybody’s gon na see this.
This is so important for people to see this side of boxing, so much is projected out there, the fights, the the trilogies all like the drama and this and that, but really when it comes down to it, especially like as we’re emphasizing especially for a woman.
This is where it means something.
This is where the depth comes in yeah and there’s just so much more behind it than just getting in there and fighting with someone right like it.
Just has so so much story to tell and and to be able to talk like this about it with someone who gets it and who’s a female is is awesome.
It’S really good.
Thank you so much and i’m so happy that we had this.
Do you have anything that you want to tell everybody out there? Any last words um, maybe just emphasize on, don’t be afraid to fail right and get out there and trying new things and get out of your comfort zone and you’ll be more surprised with yourself and what you can accomplish.
If you really want to exactly no pressure.
No diamond yeah amazing.
Can i get them up for me yeah.
Thank you so much! Well, everybody there! You have it serena.
She warrior! Thank you so much for joining us.
Hopefully we’ll have you get on the show in the future.
Maybe when kobe is over and we can talk about everything – that’s been happening, then [ Laughter, ].
Thank you so much marina.
So much scarlett nice to hand with you nice chatting with you.
Please stay tuned everybody for next week’s episode on the female