What We Can Learn From Wayne Rooney…Don’t Worry I am Talking About Hair Regrowth‏

Wayne Rooney

What was one of the main stories running on most media outlets on Sunday Morning?

Well despite poverty being at an all-time high and there still being a huge crisis in the Middle East the media instead highlighted 2 footballers boxing after a night out.

Premier League players Wayne Rooney and Phil Bardsley decided it would be a great idea to get charged up on booze and get the boxing gloves on after a night out to spar each other.

Of course video footage of this emerged.

The result of these two throwing there handbags at each other resulted in Rooney being rendered unconscious.

I would recommend searching for the video as it is quite spectacular.

Why is this relevant?

I shall tell you.

Combat sports such as boxing, mma and thai boxing should be taken very seriously. Anything that results in such head trauma and can cause injury should be conducted in a safe and controlled environment.

Certainly not in a living room after an alcohol fuelled night out.

If you enjoy such sports seek out a gym where you can receive the appropriate training and learn about the sport.

Don’t underestimate the dangers these sports can lead to if you don’t know what you’re doing.

HOWEVER

If you receive the correct coaching you will learn the proper technique and learn a respect for the sport which means you will keep it exclusive to the gym.

Getting knocked out and receiving a concussion is no laughing matter at all.

If you are heavily involved in training you will learn and gain the respect that would educate you why such antics are just plain stupid.

I know I am sounding like a grumpy old man but I am inclined to feel very serious about incidents like this.

If you want to do it, do it in the correct manner!

Research local gyms in the area, find out which ones have respected instructors and do it this way.

As the WWF used to always advertise…

DONT TRY THIS AT HOME!

Bloody footballers despite being the highest paid and most well-known athletes constantly show themselves to be poor role models.

Hate to tar them all with the same brush but antics like this are becoming more and more common.

As you are all aware I am involved a lot in combat sports so if you ever want any information on training advice do not hesitate to contact me.

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