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Old 12-20-2012, 11:27 PM   #4
dempsey1234
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Default Re: Boxing coaches deserve respect

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Originally Posted by dealt_with View Post

You have serious issues pal. Boxing coaches are great at teaching boxing and deserve respect, like anybody in any profession who are passionate and good at what they do. You're the one who is continuously trying to disrespect the profession of a strength and conditioning coach, why do you feel so threatened?
I'm sorry I've hurt your feelings so much and made you feel inferior. If you read a book you might also learn some new things, chin up!
Aaah, ya know I gotta respond, "You have serious issues pal.", WITH WHAT? "You're the one who is continuously trying to disrespect the profession of a strength and conditioning coach, why do you feel so threatened?" I DON'T.

I Respond to people who think they know it all, ck your past posts you'll see they are littered with how dumb and clueless boxing coaches are. You guys were quick to jump on the bandwagon, that S&C dramatically increased JMM's power, when he ko'd Pac. c'mon, power was not a problem for Marquez, 39ko's many one punch jobs coming into the Pac fight.
I am not totally against S&C guys, for JMM, who is an older fighter, I would definitely call in an S&C guy, if the fighter is moving up in weight, like Donaire, yes sir a good s&c guy comes in handy, if the fighter is having trouble with his weight, you get the idea. S&C guys are specialists problem solvers. Respect boxing coaches, they donate all their spare time, taking kid's to tournaments, and doing all they do, A kid needs shoes or some equipment the coach finds a way to get the fighter what he needs. So respect is in order try to understand that they are not clueless or dumb, they may not have the time.
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