The Biggest Loss Of My YouTube Career. (Documentary)

The Biggest Loss Of My YouTube Career. (Documentary)



These last 2 months have been one of the biggest challenges in my life. From morning to night I gave it all I got in hopes for a powerful performance on fight night. Obviously, the night wasn’t mine and I fell short of victory, but still I stand. I have been learning a lot from defeat and continue to grow each and everyday. I wish I could go back and relive the night, fix my mistakes, handle the pressure better, but what’s done is done and I have to live with this result. After this journey, I plan on continuing to post on YouTube with original content and come back with the content that you all once loved. I hope to make you laugh and inspire through different types of work and I would be very grateful if you were to join me on this journey. I need a purpose in my life or else I tend to go off the deep end and don’t want that for my life again. So if you’re willing to join me, Hello. Let’s do this together.

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48 thoughts on “The Biggest Loss Of My YouTube Career. (Documentary)”

  1. After he took his first punch, immediately he went to ASS OUT, FORGET WHAT IVE TRAINED, I’m not move my head or keep my hands up to protect myself… what a baby crying after the biggest L lmao

  2. This was a bad performance, to be clear, but the truth is that 99% of the people in the comments would actually do even worse than Fousey. The reality is that most people totally overestimate their ability to fight, when they have no experience in training or actually fighting.

  3. This dude got his ass beat by a talentless skinny twig.. 🤦🏽‍♂️ sheesh bro I wonder who would win in a fight between you and your sister.. well I guess I know who we most would bet on

  4. As an ex boxer with over 30 fights, I respect you.
    You showed a great heart in the ring. You fought and didn't give up. Boxing is very hard took me 5 years to become like above average good.

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