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Sport Bookie: Stuart Hall decides to concentrate only on boxing
By Andrew Scott Friday, 3 January 2014 01:40
Sport bookies learned that Stuart Hall, newly-crowned world champion, decided to turn his back on partying and focus on boxing.
The 33-year-old who’s a favourite with sport bookies and pay per head sportsbooks needed 13 stitches to his face after the fight, and admitted that he is yet to toast his win.
Price per head services know that The Darlington-born fighter’s professional career only started when he was 28, after he spent much of his youth partying in Ibiza, and sport bookies are glad to know that the fighter is taking a different route now.
Hall said: “I went home after the fight and had four pints of orange juice. I will have some food and a few drinks on Christmas Day but my body needs looking after now because I want to prolong my career.
“After my earlier fights I would go away on long holidays but I can’t do that now.
“I’ve got to the top and this is where the hard work starts. It’s been amazing since Saturday night and I’m still in cuckoo land. It’s just starting to sink in.”
Bookmakers UK and pay per head sportsbooks saw that the fighter’s unanimous win over Malinga turned him into the oldest British fighter to clinch a world title in his first attempt.
He went on: “I’ve done so many mad things in my life and I’ve experienced so much – lows and highs, fat and skinny – but I wouldn’t give up any of it.
“If I’d stuck at it properly maybe I would have got to the Olympics but I could have been on the drink now.
“You can’t just be an athlete all your life. I got it out of the way – I’ve done them and enjoyed them.
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“I’ve started concentrating on boxing and I’m world champion – and you can’t get any higher than that.”
Bookmakers UK and pay per head sportsbooks know how important it is for Hall to not lose his focus, and sport bookies everywhere that follow the boxer believe that he will have no problems doing that, and will continue to thrive in the sport.