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  • When I was younger I always watched fighting sequence movies and I was excited by the intensity of the scenes and the way they mash it all together and make it into an masterpiece.
    I remember my mother telling me, "Matt! why do you watch these things?'
    I replied with a simple sentence, "because it's cool."
    after the show was over I tried to learn to Box just like the people on the T.V. but I wasn't any gooder than my brother.
    After the years started to pass I then was in my Late 16 and things weren't looking so promising for me I had hardly any motivation to do anything besides try and keep my head in the books and out of trouble, then thats when this new fighting show came out where it involved all of the body's energy and it was called MMA, and I looked at myself and said I can't do that I was a little out of shape haha.
    So I decided to work on myself and I did build more Muscle mass where I can almost life 180 lbs of concrete and 270 lbs of Rubber and 155 lbs of Cast Iron of course I'm not the one to Brag but I was a fast adapter thats how I amazed myself and in doing something I thought I couldn't do I wanted more thats when I began my Trek and I started learning more about the body and it amazed me how the body works with the balance of energy and mind and timing yourself for a another attack or takedown.
    Alot of people look at this sport and say its nothing but violence and unnesscary fighting between two people when their partially wrong, of course its actually different it involves the determination and how bad you want it altitude, because I have the motivation and I got the Motivators to keep me going and I may not be the best right now but I will be what I can to be and move on.
    I'm a warrior a young warrior but in my heritage our people were brave, wise, generous thats what my defination of a warrior and this Is my DreamStarter to the Octagon.
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