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Hypnotist will help me knock Audley Harrison out


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London Heavyweight Ali Adams has enlisted the permanent help of a hypnotist in his build up to the most important fight of his career in his Heavyweight Championship contest against former Olympic Champion Audley Harrison on 14th April 2012.

 

"My promoter Steve Goodwin recommended this guru who has helped many jockeys and other sportsmen that Steve has dealt with in the past. After a 15 minute session I can spar in a trance and feel no pain, it is amazing. I am hitting harder than ever before and knocking people clean out in sparring after this hypnosis. It is amazing and we know that Audley will be knocked out in round 4".

 

Ali continued "My hypnotist will be in my dressing room before the fight and will accompany me to the ring. Audley cannot win this fight and he has always gone on about his destiny. I can tell him his destiny is to be on his back on the canvas in round 4 in Brentwood on April 14th."

 

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This particular gimmick has been tried by Steve Collins on Chris Eubank, so no great originality there. I'd be interested to know whether it's possible to maintain such hypnosis for anyh serious length of time, as I've never heard it used with cancer patients etc.

 

cancer patients?

 

Anyway, Harrison needs hypnotism to persuade him to quit boxing, not the other way around.

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This particular gimmick has been tried by Steve Collins on Chris Eubank, so no great originality there. I'd be interested to know whether it's possible to maintain such hypnosis for anyh serious length of time, as I've never heard it used with cancer patients etc.

 

cancer patients?

 

Because late-stage or terminal cancer patients are often in extreme pain and thus have things such as morphine with horrendous side effects purely to kill the pain. If hypnosis can be used to induce insensitivity to pain, I would imagine it would have widespread medical use, but I've never heard of that happening.

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