Matchroom Radio Podcast Ep61: David Diamante with Jamie Moore

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Former British, Commonwealth & European Super-Welterweight Champ Jamie Moore runs over his 37 fight pro career with David Diamante which included multiple fight of the year barnburners against the likes of Matt Macklin. ‘Moorsey’ also recalls the incident where he got shot in Marbella, Spain back in 2014 and his transition career into training various fighters.

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