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I'm 16 years old and live on the East Coast of Autralia. I curerntly plan to begin training with the Australian MW Champion of 5 years, Mark Hutton. I also plain to train in Judo. Within the next 12 months I plan to get into the local no-head-strikes tournament at the local youth club. Then I wanna train my as off till I'm 21 then get into the Australian scene in full contact.

I currently weigh 152 lbs. am 5'10" and can only bench 40lb but I chest press 120 lbs and can lift my own bodyweight fairly easily. I hope to put on enough weight to be at the top of the middleweight division.

Any suggestions or comments would be very much appreciated.

Cheers, Bryce

BTW the bushpig idea originated from my intentions to become a police officer.
 

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Eh bud, glad to see new members everyday. Enjoy your stay here and most of all, have fun while your here.

Best of luck in the future with your training as well. :thumbsup:
 

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ya have fun man enjoy your self. no offence but try and learn to bench more lol
 

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Choke_Wire said:
ya have fun man enjoy your self. no offence but try and learn to bench more lol
Lol, I realise I can't bench for shit. But I'm building up to it. I can do about 50 pushups at shoulder width and 20 at both closed and double width. I just got to get my technique right for benching. Plus I only have had the opportunity to start benching a month ago. Should get better soon. Thanks for the warm welcome guys.
 

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Bushpig said:
I'm 16 years old and live on the East Coast of Autralia. I curerntly plan to begin training with the Australian MW Champion of 5 years, Mark Hutton. I also plain to train in Judo. Within the next 12 months I plan to get into the local no-head-strikes tournament at the local youth club. Then I wanna train my as off till I'm 21 then get into the Australian scene in full contact.

I currently weigh 152 lbs. am 5'10" and can only bench 40lb but I chest press 120 lbs and can lift my own bodyweight fairly easily. I hope to put on enough weight to be at the top of the middleweight division.

Any suggestions or comments would be very much appreciated.

Cheers, Bryce

BTW the bushpig idea originated from my intentions to become a police officer.
You cheered brice do you know someone on this forum already.
 

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Lol, I realise I can't bench for shit. But I'm building up to it. I can do about 50 pushups at shoulder width and 20 at both closed and double width. I just got to get my technique right for benching. Plus I only have had the opportunity to start benching a month ago. Should get better soon. Thanks for the warm welcome guys.
ya sry for buggin u. I used to be like u but im up to 120 now and it didn't take that long so u'll be fine
 

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MMA freak said:
Cheers means bye, Bryce is his name, thats sort of like for me to say:

Sincerely, Derek.

You probably knew that and your smarter than me so don't get mad, just wanted to point out the obvious.
Yeah i know what cheers and brice means. I was just wondering who he is cheersing 2. I have a friend in australia now and my name is brice so i was wondering if maybe he knew him or this is just a wierd coincidence.
 

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*Laughs* I didn't think that saying that at the end of my post would be so controversial. Look all I ment was 'Yours sincerely, Bryce' but I said cheers instead. Bryce is me okay. Hopefully it all makes sense now. MMA Freak knew what I was on about. Thanks for the comments though guys. Makes me feel loved. I've been working on the benching to.
 

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Dude you have some serious god damn issues. Get help, fast. Oh yeah, Hi and in answer to your question no!

Thanks for the warm welcome Evil_Ash
 

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I currently don't train in a particular art. I train under the guidance of Mark Hutton who has held the Australian Middleweight title for over 4 years. HE has trained in many arts including JJ, BJJ, Judo & TKD. He has compiled his skills together into a system of training which incorporates many arts and is tailored to my abilities and his fighting style.
 
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