Every so often we go on the search for random fights and whilst on the search for one thing we get lucky and stumble on something very, very different. One great case of this was when we were looking for fights featuring Mongolian fighter Choi Tseveenpurev.
Here we have a 30 minute interview with Choi, in English as part of Star TV Mongolia's "Talk with Me" series.
If you understand English this is seriously worth a watch, it is truly fantastic and really does help understand Choi, and his desire to box and what he went through early in his career.
When we talk about popular Mongolian fighters not many can rival the tough as old boots Choi Tseveenpurev [Чойжилжавын Цэвээнпүрэв], who amassed a record of 36-7-1 (24) between 1996 and 2014. During that long career he fought in Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, Mongolia, China, England, Scotland, Denmark and Singapore whilst sharing the ring with the likes of Daud Yoran, Veeraphol Sahaprom and Lehlo Ledwaba.
Here he is talking about his career to MNCTV Mongolia in what's a pretty interesting find, and something that Mongolian fans will appreciate, even if others don't.
Some things don't fit in elsewhere on the site so have been put here as a result.