Glenn and Taylah Bring Their Boxing Skills to “Hunted Australia” 2023
Dive into the adrenaline-fuelled world of “Hunted Australia,” as ordinary Australians push their limits in a high-stakes game of survival. In this gripping reality show, contestants become Fugitives on the run, utilising their creativity to evade capture. With a shot at claiming a share of the coveted $100,000 prize money, the pressure is on to outsmart the skilled team of Hunters relentlessly pursuing them.
Among the teams competing on “Hunted Australia” 2023, let’s meet Glenn and Taylah.
Glenn and Taylah on “Hunted Australia” 2023
This pair are a remarkable duo with a deep bond that extends beyond the boxing ring. Glenn, a boxing coach, has taken on the role of mentor and father figure to Taylah, his student. Their connection is built on a foundation of respect, admiration, and a shared passion for the sport.
Taylah’s boxing journey began at a young age, with her first Australian title at just 15 years old. Since then, she has achieved impressive accolades, including being a five-time Australian champion and a Bronze Medalist at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Her skill and dedication have taken her to the world stage, competing in the 2019 World Championships. As a professional boxer, she holds an outstanding record, including a TKO victory in just 56 seconds. Currently ranked as the number one Australian female boxer in the super flyweight division, Taylah has an upcoming fight that adds an extra layer of challenge to their journey on the run.
Glenn, a former soldier in the Australian Army, brings over 17 years of military experience to the team. Having been deployed in combat zones around the world, he embodies resilience and a never-give-up attitude. As Taylah’s boxing coach and professional mentor, his guidance and support are instrumental to her success. Glenn’s past military training and experience living the life of a Hunter make him a formidable threat in this pursuit.
“Hunted Australia” airs Monday — Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel 10 and 10 Play.
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