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“This is as tough as I’ve ever trained any set of fighters,” said Murray. “Our fighters have had good successes of late and I want to keep it that way. So I’m pushing them right to the limit to see who has the appetite for real big stage victories.
“We start every morning at 6.00am for a run, today though Desi did not show and Grim... Andrew Grimason that is, was late.

Then we do a training session in the gym for a further 20-30 minutes. It’s circuit training and body conditioning - just good, old fashioned, no- nonsense hard work,” explained veteran former world champ Murray. “The programme runs from Monday – Saturday and I’ve been delighted by the dedication and turnout every day.
And while they can’t take in the glorious early morning views of Belfast, you can. So have a look again at the City Hall & HW – icons of old Belfast – framing these tough, great men – the icons of a new Belfast.
For further information and tickets and tickets to whatch some of the team in action at the Park Ave on the 24th June, contact the ProKick hotline on 028 9065 1074.

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