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Badr Hari: ‘Nothing Can Stop Me…I am all the Way Up’ During preparations for his final career fight against Dutch champion, Rico Verhoeven, World Kickboxing Champion Badr Hari posted a video on his Facebook page. The video appeared on Monday, famous rap song of rappers Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Infared and French Montana entitled “All the Way Up.” During the short video Hari appears training under the supervision of his coach. The video is captioned “Nothing can stop me… I’m all the way up,” clearly demonstrating his determination to end his stellar fighting career at the top by defeating his opponent When they meet face to face December 10 in Germany. Hari has recently taken to social media networks often in an effort to stay in touch with his faithful followers, Lately posting a slew of photographs during his training sessions ahead of his retirement from professional sport. Announcing his retirement last year during a live interview with Moroccan sports radio station, Radio Mars, Hari said that his current priority was to take care of his beloved daughter and, “… spend more time with her.” Hari, better known as the “Golden Boy,” made a strong comeback with a knockout punch against opponent Ismael Londt during last year’s Fight Show in Grozny, Russia. During his inspiring career, the 31-year-old heavyweight champion fought in more than 100 professional fights in locations such as Japan, China, Russia, Europe, and the United Arab Emirates.
Zainab Calcuttawala is an American journalist based in Morocco.