“To me, BJJ or MMA is not just a sport, it’s a way of life, because you can learn new things not only about techniques, but also about yourself. The possibilities are infinite and I am constantly intrigued by resolving this enigma and seeing how dedicated, tough and creative I can be. I have learned and experienced more in these past 18 months than the last 10 years of my life, and I hope I can keep training and fighting as long as my body allows me to,” he said.
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NTU graduate Jeff Huang swaps finance for fighting
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