Originally Posted by iceferg
The term gets used all of the time in amateur boxing but I have never really heard it in the pros. It is usually a term used when you have 17 or 18 year old lad in their first or second season as a senior, who maybe won 5 or 6 national junior titles, if they lose to an experienced guy who is 5 or 6 years older people usually say he was "out manned" or if you are protecting a national junior champion in their first two seasons as a senior you might say I'm just entering him in the CYP's he hasn't got his "man strength" or his "man power" yet.
Cheers pal, that makes alot more sence to me. But man power in you 30s doesn't