What makes Garside so quick in the ring | 7NEWS

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Painted nails, a mullet and ballet shoes, not things you usually associate with a professional boxer. But Harry Garside is breaking the status quo on his way to the top. After walking away with a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics he went pro and his current record in the big leagues is 3 wins to zero losses. But what is it that makes Harry so quick and nimble in the ring?

He showed me his trade secrets of what makes him so quick and nimble, and the unfinished business he has in the ring.

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