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Old 10-07-2012, 08:03 PM   #1
AnthonyW
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Default Is there an argument that the great boxers from the past...

...who fought as regularly as 2-3, or even 4 times a month never quite reached a 'peak', or even their 'potential', given the amount of preparation that goes in to a training camp nowadays?

Training camps nowadays cover everything from fitness, to studying the opponents strengths and weaknesses, to gameplans, etc...and can regularly take place over 6-8 or more weeks (for the top boxers, anyway).

Or, is the fact that they fought so regularly what made them so great and capable of reaching such 'peaks' and 'potential'?
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