WBFF Australia Amateur league winner Syed Ali to make pro debut next year

Syed Ali

As the world slowly settles into the new normal post the pandemic, events and competitions across the globe have resumed while taking necessary steps to ensure public safety. The WBFF championship also resumed and this year’s amateur league title was bagged by Syed Ali. This was the third time that Ali participated in the WBFF championship and finally snatched the winning title. The previous two times he was a runner up.

Not letting his previous defeats bring him down, the athlete ensured that he worked on the areas where he scored less and made sure he came back stronger than ever. Needless to say, his hard work and perseverance finally paid off. Ali’s next goal is to make his PRO league debut at WBFF in October 2022 and is already preparing for the same.

Talking about his preparations, Syed shares, “It was an exhilarating feeling, finally winning the amateur title. I am currently undergoing training to make my pro debut next year. The workout routines as well as the dietary plans have changed as I have a certain image in my head that I want to achieve. I am in good shape right now but there is always room for improvement and that is what I am working on. To be a better version of myself than I was yesterday. My main goal is to represent Australia on the global level and I believe that that dream is in my reach as long as I am consistent and maintain my discipline.”

When he is not preparing for championships, Ali works as a trainer with Daredevil fitness where he personally helps his clients achieve their dream body goals. If you are interested in following Ali’s fitness journey and his preparations for the WBFF pro league debut, you can follow @daredevilfitness on Instagram.