Originally Posted by iceferg
absoulute bollecks. I guess ronnie coleman is the fastest man alive then and also bigger doesn't neccisarily mean stronger either but faster come on get a grip, it all depends on the individuals genetics and what type of conditioning that muscle has undergone. Bigger muscles put much more strain on the heart as well as they consume more oxygen, which massively reduces the body's cario vascular ability as well.
Let's not forget the heart is a muscle as well, and CV exercise is how you train it. also the heart probably the most important muscle in a boxing match
Ronnie Coleman is a genetic freak who used life-threatening ammounts of AAS. It's highly unlikely that a pro boxer will get that big