“That was the only thing there was to do,” Jeremie Holloway says of why he fought so much as a kid. “We had basic television and no toys. And my uncle was a professional boxer, the other one taught tae kwon do, so there was a lot of fighting going on.”
“That was the only thing there was to do,” Jeremie Holloway says of why he fought so much as a kid. “We had basic television and no toys. And my uncle was a professional boxer, the other one taught tae kwon do, so there was a lot of fighting going on.” Bellator MMA
“That was the only thing there was to do,” Jeremie Holloway says of why he fought so much as a kid. “We had basic television and no toys. And my uncle was a professional boxer, the other one taught tae kwon do, so there was a lot of fighting going on.” Bellator MMA

Theoden Janes

May 19, 2017 11:56 AM

How street fights and a nose-breaking punch by his uncle molded N.C. kid into rising MMA fighter

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