MUHAMMAD ALI’S grandson Biaggio is the MMA prospect picking fights in the cage but preventing them at his nightclub security job.
Biaggio Ali Walsh is 3-1 in the cage and currently signed to the Professional Fighters League.
But he also works on the Las Vegas strip as a security guard in between training sessions and bouts.
Biaggio, 24, told SunSport: “They’ve got me in the DJ booth right now, so me and my colleague, that’s our area.
“We’re only concerned with what’s going on in the booth and when he talent or the DJ is done performing, we have to escort them back and then I’m off. I actually like this position right now.”
Biaggio – who was once awarded a certificate of appreciation by the police for preventing a would-be assault on a woman – usually works on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.
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He sometimes finishes as late as 4am after keeping punters in their place and admitted: “Oh, they get rowdy. For sure.
“We have some guys that we have to like shove out of the booth, but I don’t mind it, I’m a fighter, I’m kind of used to confrontation.
“But it’s cool, it’s fun, I enjoy it and they pay me well.
“My supervisor, he used to be a fighter as well so he really understands my training schedule and how important it is to me.