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Lipnicki currently trains in Mixed martial arts styles, but when asked whether he planned to ever fight professionally, he replied, "I’ve been pretty busy filming and I would need to put off a certain amount of time to really train for a fight and be in amazing cardio shape and really work on my striking more.
There were even teachers that called me lazy, but I later found out I had a learning disability called dysgraphia." Lipnicki said at one point his anxiety got so bad, he suffered from excema on his hands from constantly rubbing them together due to nervousness.
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