Dan Osborne gutted after losing more than two stone after years bulking up

Dan Osborne gutted after losing more than two stone after years bulking up


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Dan Osborne is 'gutted' that he's lost two stone after years of bulking up to attain his famous muscular physique.

Chatting to OK! before his boxing match with Jamie Hewitt on Saturday, at the Boxstar: Celebrity Boxing event on Saturday at Manchester's AO Arena.

"I’m a little bit gutted about. It took me years to put on,” he told us. “I’ve lost over two stone. I look like Rodney now.

“I’ve been doing so much cardio, that I don’t know, I guess my stomachs shrunk. I’d have a protein shake and I feel full up.

“It’s the complete opposite to what I’m used to. I’m used to eating six meals a day and weight training.

“I’ve not touched a weight in three months, I’ve just been boxing.”

Dan also revealed the effects his training has had on his role as a father and friend in these past few months in lead up to the boxing match.

“A lot of my training because of work and the kids I’ve had to do at night and then leaving them and not being able to put them to bed at night, I’ve missed it,” he said. “I’ve not been there.

“More than anything, when you know you’re going to fight in an arena it’s just in your head and so, without meaning it, I’ve probably been slightly different and distant with a lot of people in my life because it’s taken over.”

Despite the significant changes boxing training has had on Dan’s weight and mentality at times, he told OK! his love for it has developed so much so that he isn’t quite ready to let go of the training after the match.

“It’s the complete opposite to what I’m used to. It’s been amazing, I’ve actually really enjoyed it. It’s addictive, surprisingly.

“I’m looking forward to getting back to the weights but I’m going to cut it down, to be honest.

“I’m going to be doing boxing training a couple of days a week and then the weights three times a week.”

Speaking about his component, Jamie Hewitt, before Saturday’s match, Dan only had kind words to say, sounding pretty relaxed before approaching the big day.

“He’s a lovely guy. He’s trained his whole life. I’m happy it's him. I’m happy I’m fighting someone who is going to be really good.

“Even if I lose, I’ve lost against someone good – I can’t see myself losing, though,” Dan added confidently.

His foresight was right, as Dan won the match against Jamie on Saturday, posting a photo of his victorious win standing in the boxing ring on his Instagram on Sunday.

“What an incredible night last night was!!” he captioned.

“I can’t even describe the buzz from being in that ring! What a sport this is!! @boxstaruk

“A massive well done to @jamiejewitt_ was an absolute pleasure sharing the ring with such a top bloke! @realmichaelbuffer calling us into the ring! Madness! What a night mate!”

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