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Brendan Fevola, 41, reveals he's lost an impressive 10kg in three weeks


Brendan Fevola, 41, reveals he’s lost an impressive 10kg in three weeks as he shapes up ahead of his boxing debut

He is preparing to make his big boxing debut at the Footy Legends Fight Night later this year. 

And Brendan Fevola has revealed he’s lost an impressive 10kg ahead of his match after training hard for the fight.

Speaking on his Fifi, Fev and Nick 101.9 radio show, the 41-year-old AFL star said he shed the weight in just three weeks.

Shaping up: Brendan Fevola, 41, revealed on his radio show this week that he's lost an impressive 10kg in three weeks ahead of his boxing debut. Pictured in older photos

Shaping up: Brendan Fevola, 41, revealed on his radio show this week that he's lost an impressive 10kg in three weeks ahead of his boxing debut. Pictured in older photos

Shaping up: Brendan Fevola has revealed he’s lost an impressive 10kg ahead of his big boxing debut at the Footy Legends Fight Night later this year. Pictured in older photos

‘I’ve lost like 10kg in three weeks and I feel good man,’ Brendan said. 

‘I’m up and about!’

The former Carlton and Brisbane Lions star will take part in the AFL Legends Fight Night in Melbourne later this year.

'I feel like a good man': Speaking on his Fifi, Fev and Nick 101.9 radio show, the 41-year-old, far right, said he felt a lot better and is up and about

‘I feel like a good man’: Speaking on his Fifi, Fev and Nick 101.9 radio show, the 41-year-old, far right, said he felt a lot better and is up and about

Last month, he said he plans to emulate Sylvester Stallone’s iconic film character, champion boxer Rocky.

‘It is going to be full on training and I have to trim down a little bit so I am going to be full like Rocky,’ he said.

Brendan added that his fiancée Alex does not want him to fight – but the footballer is tempted by the prize money.

Heading to the ring: The former Carlton and Brisbane Lions star will take part in the AFL Legends Fight Night in Melbourne later this year

Heading to the ring: The former Carlton and Brisbane Lions star will take part in the AFL Legends Fight Night in Melbourne later this year

‘I don’t think I should either but geez, I’ll tell you what, the purse is nice,’ he said, adding that he does not yet know who his opponent will be.

The former athlete admitted that he has no boxing experience – but nonetheless is keen to give it a go.

‘I can’t fight so this is going to be awesome fun. I’ve got ages to prepare’ he said.

Giving it a go: Brendan says his fiancée Alex does not want him to fight - but the footballer is tempted by the prize money

Giving it a go: Brendan says his fiancée Alex does not want him to fight – but the footballer is tempted by the prize money

Both Brendan and Collingwood star Dane Swan are set to make their boxing debuts at the AFL Legends Fight Night.

The footy stars have both been linked with a tilt at boxing for the past 12 months and the duo have reportedly agreed to put on the gloves – although they will not face each other.

Promoters are understood to be in the advanced stages of finding opponents for the pair.

Brendan is best remembered for his stint at Carlton but endured a chequered career, while Dane, 38, won the Premiership with Collingwood in 2010 and packs a punch at 185cm and 95kg.

AFL great: Brendan is best remembered for his stint at Carlton but endured a chequered career. Pictured back in 2006

AFL great: Brendan is best remembered for his stint at Carlton but endured a chequered career. Pictured back in 2006

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