ATHLETE PROFILE: CLAY WATERMAN
IMAGE: Clay Waterman Training on the Gold Coast with Team Australia
ATHLETE NAME: Clay Waterman
BOXING NICKNAME: Haven’t got a boxing nickname
MOST NOTABLE CHAMPIONSHIP WIN OR RECORD: 2011 Junior World Champion (64 straight wins, 7 years undefeated)
STATE AFFILIATION: Queensland
WEIGHT CLASS: 81kg Light Heavyweight
AMATEUR RECORD (ROUGHLY IF YOU DON’T KNOW IT): 136 fights (127 WINS)
LOCAL GYM: Glove Master Boxing Gym
TRAINER: My Father (M. Waterman) and R. Johnson
HOW DID YOU QUALIFY FOR THE TEAM - WHO DID YOU BEAT ? WA, VIC and NSW.
YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A BOXER: 13 years.
WHO GOT YOU INTO BOXING AND WHY?: I have a rich history in Boxing and come from a long line in Boxing in my family.
ODD SPORTING FACT ABOUT YOU (OTHER SPORTING INTERESTS OR AWARDS?): Regional Touch Football Rep.
WHAT WOULD YOU BE DOING IF NOT BOXING: Car enthusiast.
WHAT’S MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU: Aspiring to achieve my goals.
THE MOST MEMORABLE WIN YOU EVER HAD: 2011 Junior World Championship.
WHAT IS IT YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE IN THE SPORT: To be the best!
FINISH THE SENTENCE: Focus on my next goal.
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