2020 has been a year where it could be very easy to focus on the negatives, due to COVID-19 putting a stop to a lot of plans especially being a Muay Thai fighter, but I sat back and reflected and it made me realise a lot of things.
Both myself (and I’m sure a lot of my fight friends) have struggled with going from travelling the world doing what we love, whether that is fighting or coaching experiencing different cultures and meeting countless amount of different people, to literally being stuck in the same place and being stopped from doing what we love.
This year has allowed me to sit back and reflect and made me realise how lucky I am…
It has driving me crazy at times, but one thing it made me realise is that I am very lucky to have been able to experience a lot of the world and lucky to have a lot of stories to tell from my experiences.
I was fortunate enough to go to Jakarta in February to help Andy Howson for his debut on One Championship against Josh Tonna and this was definitely a turning point for me this year.
I felt like a newbie to the game again learning new tricks and being humbled in sparring daily!