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Old 09-23-2010, 05:19 PM   #1
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When you moved from a junior to a senior, what was the biggest differences you noticed? And how did you cope?
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Hairs started growing on my nutsack. I think I coped well.
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i started feeling alot hornier and would cum in clinches.
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Strength is a big factor. As a kid you would meet a lot of guys who didn't have the capability to chin you- once you get to 17 plus you find that the majority have a fair pop. Also fighters start to take more of an interest in general fitness leading to improved perfromance. This is where you make it, or not.
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When you moved from a junior to a senior, what was the biggest differences you noticed? And how did you cope?
well you're going to have to fight for 3x2 minute rounds for a start.unless the rules have changed.
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Strength is a big factor. As a kid you would meet a lot of guys who didn't have the capability to chin you- once you get to 17 plus you find that the majority have a fair pop. Also fighters start to take more of an interest in general fitness leading to improved perfromance. This is where you make it, or not.
I thought they would be the main factors. In the gym I am constantly sparring older and bigger guys and these are the two things that hit me (literally).

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well you're going to have to fight for 3x2 minute rounds for a start.unless the rules have changed.
I've boxed 3x2s for 2 years now, as a Youth I will box 4x2s in Championships and can box 3x3's as a senior. I think these both will suit me better.
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I thought they would be the main factors. In the gym I am constantly sparring older and bigger guys and these are the two things that hit me (literally).



I've boxed 3x2s for 2 years now, as a Youth I will box 4x2s in Championships and can box 3x3's as a senior. I think these both will suit me better.
what age do you need to wear a protector at ?? that was only seniors when i was a lad too.eeeh back then blah blah
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Protecter? for what?
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Protecter? for what?
if you have them, bollox
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Got to wear them no matter what age.

I wear one for sparring, only guy I know who does.
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Got to wear them no matter what age.

I wear one for sparring, only guy I know who does.
i used to wear mine for sparring, i even went running in it once.only once though, i looked like a right pillock
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i started feeling alot hornier and would cum in clinches.

FAGGOT

your dirty badminto playin boxing quiting faggot
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says the guy with a naked guy in his avatar.
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Depending on what weight you fight at, there's a reasonable chance u could get knocked out, where as as at school boy, youth level there is next to no chance of this happening.

The guys are fitter, but not remarkably so.


A part from that - I think more skill is involved and fighters start to think a lot more where as at schoolboy/level alot of fights are won purely on talent.
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