Both rearview mirrors are held together by duct tape. Then a little breakfast, some TV, and plenty of rest, just as the Champ instructs, so that he’ll be refreshed and ready for his evening workout at the gym. There are a bunch of guys who are getting the job done. But that’s where the main physical differences end.
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To which he nonchalantly shrugs his shoulders and says, “All I can do is be Aaron Pryor Jr.,” before returning to the bags. You got to run, his father will say, repeating himself two, sometimes three times. Which is why Aaron Jr., a middleweight, is making the 10-minute drive to his grandmother’s house in Bond Hill this particular morning, where he sprawls out on the living room floor and gets to work: 100 pushups, 100 sit-ups, and a few arm exercises. “Let’s get this out of the way,” he says, wrapping earphones around his head and turning up the volume on a mix tape of hip-hop (mainly Jay Z and 50 Cent) before taking off down Eden Park Drive, occasionally throwing a quick set of jabs to an imaginary opponent.
At , he’s back in his car, a green 1994 Pontiac Bonneville with an odometer that reads 197,000 miles and a “Check Gauges” light that flickers on and off. parks his car near the Krohn Conservatory and goes through a series of stretches before embarking on a two-mile loop that features a menacing incline up to the center of Mt. He ends the run back at the car with a 30-second shadowboxing session, a set of 100 crunches, and some stretching before heading back to his grandmother’s house for more sit-ups and more arm exercises. is tall, and his lanky body is in direct contrast to his father’s famously short, lean, boxy frame.
The Taco Festival is happening at Yeatman’s Cove this Saturday with more than 30 restaurants coming out along with margaritas, beer and live entertainment. If you can’t make it, a small amount of the beer will be heading to the Kroger locations in Anderson, Hyde Park, Oakley, and Harper’s point along with both Jungle Jim’s locations and Cappy’s in Loveland. Where: Sawyer Point, 705 E Pete Rose Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202.
7605 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45227 Cost: in advance, day of. NASCAR is back at Kentucky Speedway with races Thursday (Truck series), Friday (XFinity series) and concluding Saturday with the popular Quaker State 400. – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series: Buckle Up In Your Truck 225 Friday, 8 p.m. – Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Quaker State 400 Where: Kentucky Speedway, 4760 Sparta Pike, Sparta, KY 41086 Cost: Adult tickets start at Visit Website Ready to try all of Cincy’s best tacos in one day? Where: Yeatman’s Cove Park, 705 E Pete Rose Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202 Cost: for admission, tacos once you’re in. Stop by the taproom this Saturday to get your hands on some, but be sure to get there early.
With the way two of the judges scored the fight, I don’t think it mattered.
With some of the finest steakhouses nationwide, Cincinnati is also home to world-class German, Korean, French and Italian fare.
It’s the biggest weekend of the year for local racing fans. Listermann Brewing is releasing it’s second batch of their Team Fiona NE IPA complete with a redesigned can.
t in the morning, when it feels a bit too cold and certainly too early to do anything but hit the snooze button, the Champ’s son rolls his 160-pound, 6’4” frame out of bed and puts on his work clothes: red sweatpants, green long-sleeved shirt, gray hooded sweatshirt, and black winter hat.
If there’s a choice in being up at this hour, he isn’t aware of it.
He’s 27, with a wide smile and thin beard, and as he’ll be happy to tell you, what he does for a living is in his blood. There’s a “Junior” at the end of it, but most people zero in on what comes before: Aaron Pryor.