Brendan Fevola shows off his 10kg weight loss as he jets off to Queensland
AFL great Brendan Fevola shows off his 10kg weight loss as he flies to Queensland for a family holiday ahead of his upcoming boxing match
Former AFL star and radio host Brendan Fevola is enjoying a well-deserved break in Queensland with his family.
The 41-year-old flew with his partner Alex and their children from Melbourne to the Gold Coast on Wednesday.
Brendan showed off his slimmed-down frame after recently losing 10kg while training for a boxing match.
Slimming down: AFL great Brendan Fevola showed off his 10kg weight loss as he flew to Queensland on Wednesday for a family holiday
The footy great paired a ‘Strong’ T-shirt with wide-leg track pants.
Brendan, Alex and their children were joined by a friend as they carried their luggage through the terminal to a waiting car.
The Carlton alum adopted Alex’s daughter Mia when they married in 2005.
The Fevolas have three daughters of their own: Leni, Lulu and Tobi.
Family Vacation: Brendan and Alex and their children were joined by a male friend as they walked through the terminal with luggage to a waiting car
Earlier this week, Brendan revealed on his Fifi, Fev and Nick 101.9 radio show that he has lost an impressive 10 kg in three weeks prior to his boxing match.
He is gearing up to make his big boxing debut at the Footy Legends Fight Night later this year.
“I’ve lost 10lbs in three weeks and I feel good man,” Brendan said.
Lose the Pounds: Earlier this week, Brendan revealed on his radio show Fifi, Fev and Nick 101.9 that he’s lost an impressive 10kg in the three weeks leading up to his boxing match. Shown in an older photo
Last month, he said he plans to emulate Sylvester Stallone’s iconic movie character, champion boxer Rocky.
“It’s going to be packed in training and I’ll have to shorten a little bit, so I’ll be just as full as Rocky,” he said.
Brendan added that his partner Alex does not want him to fight but the footballer is tempted by the prize money.
Boxing debut: He’s gearing up to make his big boxing debut at the Footy Legends Fight Night later this year
“I don’t think I should either, but gosh, I’ll tell you something, the wallet is nice,” he said, adding that he doesn’t know who his opponent will be yet.
The former athlete admitted that he has no boxing experience, but still wants to give it a try.
“I can’t fight, so this is going to be great fun. I have an eternity to prepare,” he said.
Concerned: Brendan added that his partner Alex doesn’t want him to fight – but the footballer is tempted by the prize money