Second round. The strike is dry. The sixth French boxer, Matiouze Royer collapses in the ring. Coming from Aquitaine at Novick's Stadium in Dieppe, he fell KO this Saturday, June 12 under the blows of his opponent of the day, middleweight Mattéo Hache, 10th in the same classification. A surprise for the specialists present, both the record of the boxer from Pessac is more substantial (19 wins, 39 losses and 7 draws) than that of the 22-year-old puncher. A suprise ? Not for his coach Jean-Pierre Levasseur, who firmly believes in his colt: “He's a workaholic. He puts a lot of pressure on himself, but he is evolving well with it. Thereupon, he has a big character which makes the show and destabilizes his opponents ”. Already nicknamed "El Mettronome", under the thumb of manager Maxime Beaussire, ex-boxer,Mattéo Hache has just won his fifth pro fight. Walk after walk, he is aiming for the world belt.
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Born in Saint-Pierre-de-Varengeville (near Rouen), Mattéo Hache took his first license at the Boxing Club Barentin: “A good judoka, I stopped following a knee injury.
Quite turbulent, and to avoid the mockery of my college friends because I was quite stout, I went into contact.
To channel me, my father put me in a ring.
I went from fighting to technique through hard work and diligence.
Now boxing is my life.
I find that there is nothing more exciting!
It's strategic, thoughtful, smart and tough!
Mattéo Hache won his 5th professional fight against Matiouze Royer by KO.
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At the age of 14, the boxer started competing.
Fifty-eight fights later, including fourteen defeats, "I improved my footwork, became my strength, and my eye".
On December 14, 2019, the Barentinois faces for his first professional fight Houcine Moulahi.
A fist victory gives him "the impression of discovering a new boxing".
On this momentum, the pugilists Yvanne Polet, Johanny Bola will suffer the same sanction while Raphaël Boquet will bow by KO: “As and when I progress.
There was a mental click in this category.
I have matured.
I no longer show any emotion ”.
" He's a good boy "
To achieve these results, Mattéo Hache relies on his preparation which begins every day at 6.30 am with a jog, before joining the boxing hall, then the swimming pool.
In the afternoon, he returns to the gym, sees his physical trainer and leaves for a run.
And that, six days a week: “That's why I have a big physique and that I do not slow down my pace in the ring.
Hard worker, the Norman boxer spends his days preparing.
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His rage to win, Mattéo Hache only expresses it during fights.
In life, he knows where he comes from and "finds that there is nothing more beautiful than to give".
So, he commits!
He is committed to the most disadvantaged as in December 2020 when he ran 137 km between Caen and Rouen for the homeless.
He commits on June 18 and 19 during a 500 km bike raid for the association Vie et Espoir.
He will get involved with Les Nids and the disabled, with young people by joining the departmental boxing committee or even in his town of birth, at the mayor's call: "He's a good boy," said of him. his coach.
Sportingly, he will once again have to confirm the hopes placed in him.
See you in the second half of July for his next fight, before considering the French Championships in early 2022.