‘Razor’ Ray is fighting for a better community
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Training for three hours each day, Quintana said the sport took dedication.
“The sport is full on, it is a massive commitment but I just love it,” he said.
“The feeling you get when you enter the ring – you just don’t get it anywhere else.”
On top of his training schedule, Quintana volunteers at Mt Druitt’s Street University, where he is currently working on a program to teach young women self-defence.
He also currently studying to obtain a counselling and community services de- gree. “I want to be able to give something back to the community as I know what it is like to not have much,” Quintana said.
For more information on Ray’s upcoming fights visit his Facebook page by searching “Razor Ray Quintana”.