Boxing for Entertainment

A few years ago, I won a ridiculous sum of money and instead of buying everything I had ever wanted straight away, I decided to invest it in a currency called Dog Dollar. Dog Dollar has shot up recently, making me one of the richest people in the world. This year has been incredible. I will never have to work again, and let me tell you, life has been good not having to deal with the nine-to-five grind. I have never lived better! The only thing is that over the last week or so, I’ve gotten quite bored. In six months, I’ve managed to play all the video games and watch all the television shows I’ve ever wanted to. 

Worse, I may have let myself go a little this year. I’ve been living a lifestyle of eating delicious food, having everything delivered straight to my door or made by my robot butler, Robutler. Recently, I have decided that I need to have something outside of my home to motivate me to keep fit and entertain my mind. I’d always considered attending some Brisbane boxing classes, just to see what it was like. I haven’t actually gone to one yet, because I’m trying to find the perfect boxing class for me. I’ve always wanted to wear one of those gloves and get into a big fight. 

Then again, I saw an advertisement for professional MMA classes yesterday. As a kid, I loved mixed martial arts and always wanted to get into it. My siblings and I would fight and pretend we were mixed martial artists. If it has been a lifelong dream of mine to practice MMA, shouldn’t I follow that? But boxing seems cool, too. I don’t know which to choose. That’s the problem with being so dang rich. You can have whatever you want, so you don’t know what you want.

I suppose I should just do both. It’s not like I am short on time or anything.