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Old 06-03-2011, 09:04 PM   #16
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2012 Olympics & ABA’s are just round the corner.

Is anyone here gonna do anything?
I'll watch them on tv if there's time

I'm probably out of any serious action for the rest of the year. Probably novice golden gloves next year. Get back to me in 2-3 years and maybe I'll have some state/regional level wins under my belt.
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Old 06-04-2011, 05:16 AM   #17
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I love the People on here ! I have seen what has been posted here and Know most are really inexperienced . Someone sent me the clip to look at! I at one time Trained world class boxers ,The kid is 17 . I do not know his size but I know the size of the guy holding the pads Who is 6ft and about 240. I guess it makes him a fair size for our friend that thinks he looks slow.
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I was gonna say, he must be a big guy considering how slow he is. Honestly anyone who has done a simple qualitative ****ysis of a boxer before will see a whole lot of issues with this guy. I'd like to know what positive qualities you think this guy has? He certainly doesn't look like much of an athlete and he doesn't even have the most elementary part of boxing down (stance). I honestly can't see anything at all in this guy, it is hard to judge someone as a boxer when they can't even punch correctly without someone punching back.
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Old 06-04-2011, 03:30 PM   #18
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In reality, people that train/ed world class boxers don't waste their time on Internet forums, posting videos of some guy doing arm punches on the pads to find out what people think of him.

Maybe your world class knowledge would be better served training these "world class" boxers you speak of. Actually, who were these boxers?
Just for your info ! I no longer Train boxers . I train Corporate People who pay me much better for my time than the dramas of boxing. I find these forums Hilarious. They allow me to "people watch " and study why people do what they do. Did I put this Clip up as world class boxing? No . I believe I put it up as" Boxing for Fitness ". On this training site I thought it might help those that are training in there back yard asking people on here how they look. ROFL this has turned into another fun thread. People at there best . Just for some fun! Believe It or not! someone mentioned Freddy Roach, Well I had had the pleasure of watching up close and personal Freddie's mentor Eddie Futch and his team every day for two week(that is a fortnight for the english) prepare one of there fighters. I got to pick his brain everyday. I could mention a Similar experience with Nacho Bernstein or Hector Rocha Or Blah Blah but back to people watching it is such fun. Believe it or not ROFL
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Old 06-04-2011, 03:42 PM   #19
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Just for your info ! I no longer Train boxers . I train Corporate People who pay me much better for my time than the dramas of boxing. I find these forums Hilarious. They allow me to "people watch " and study why people do what they do. Did I put this Clip up as world class boxing? No . I believe I put it up as" Boxing for Fitness ". On this training site I thought it might help those that are training in there back yard asking people on here how they look. ROFL this has turned into another fun thread. People at there best . Just for some fun! Believe It or not! someone mentioned Freddy Roach, Well I had had the pleasure of watching up close and personal Freddie's mentor Eddie Futch and his team every day for two week(that is a fortnight for the english) prepare one of there fighters. I got to pick his brain everyday. I could mention a Similar experience with Nacho Bernstein or Hector Rocha Or Blah Blah but back to people watching it is such fun. Believe it or not ROFL
So in other words you "train" wealthy guys that don't actually want to box, so really you're not a decent trainer if that's all you're good for. Okay.

Can we have a list of your world class boxers?

This video isn't helping anyone with anything. How would posting a video of a guy that can't even punch help anyone? If it's just for fitness why post it on a boxing forum? It makes no sense what you're trying to gain from posting this video.

Congrats on getting paid for training guys that can't box. Good job.
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Old 06-04-2011, 04:32 PM   #20
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So in other words you "train" wealthy guys that don't actually want to box, so really you're not a decent trainer if that's all you're good for. Okay.

Can we have a list of your world class boxers?

This video isn't helping anyone with anything. How would posting a video of a guy that can't even punch help anyone? If it's just for fitness why post it on a boxing forum? It makes no sense what you're trying to gain from posting this video.

Congrats on getting paid for training guys that can't box. Good job.
You find me irritating do you ? Rofl If you knew anything about boxers and there habits of beating up there wifes ,assaulting people and having to sort out there personal life's you would run a mile from the sport. Boxing offers even more !Promoters ,Casino owners tv Execs are all egomaniacs and alcoholics who's word means nothing. Attack me all you like I find it mildly amusing.
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Old 06-04-2011, 04:42 PM   #21
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If you knew anything about boxers and there habits of beating up there wifes ,assaulting people and having to sort out there personal life's ....
Unfair generalization.
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Old 06-04-2011, 04:42 PM   #22
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You find me irritating do you ?
Not really, no. Just pointing out certain things.

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Rofl If you knew anything about boxers and there habits of beating up there wifes ,assaulting people and having to sort out there personal life's you would run a mile from the sport.
Like I said lets have a list of these world class boxers you're trained that put you off boxing so badly. I trained Tyson, but I like to keep it quiet.

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Boxing offers even more !Promoters ,Casino owners tv Execs are all egomaniacs and alcoholics who's word means nothing. Attack me all you like I find it mildly amusing.
Again, not really attacking. You posted a video saying this guy has some skills. After watching the video I was thinking "That guy can't even punch, WTF is this guy going on about?" then you start saying you trained world class boxers and we all know nothing but you can't see that this guy sucks (even if he is just doing this for fitness). It makes no sense whatsoever. I'm pointing that out.
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Old 06-04-2011, 10:25 PM   #23
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That dude looks like what you said he is... but worse. The "coach" is even worse than him. The fact that there is an MMA cage around where they are training makes me even more sick to my stomach. (Not that I have anything against MMA, just non-Boxers trying to teach Boxing.)

The dude throws his shots barely extending his arms and barely turning into punches. Worse, he NEVER moves his head. His feet seem to lazily drag around too. That could be on the coach though as he offered ZERO movement, circling, or slip opportunities for the guy to keep him sharp. This looks like soccer Mom fitness Boxing.

Never know though. Some guys are far more effective actually getting work than they look training.
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Old 06-04-2011, 10:38 PM   #24
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boxon, the simple fact here is that you posted a video of someone, claiming he looked "very capable" of boxing, in which everyone here agrees he looks like ****. Unless he's you, there's no reason to try and defend him and argue differently, especially since the video speaks for itself.
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Old 06-06-2011, 04:24 AM   #25
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Unfair generalization.
This is not an unfair Generalization . This is the facts . The facts as I have lived them.
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Old 06-06-2011, 04:37 AM   #26
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Not really, no. Just pointing out certain things.

Like I said lets have a list of these world class boxers you're trained that put you off boxing so badly. I trained Tyson, but I like to keep it quiet.

Again, not really attacking. You posted a video saying this guy has some skills. After watching the video I was thinking "That guy can't even punch, WTF is this guy going on about?" then you start saying you trained world class boxers and we all know nothing but you can't see that this guy sucks (even if he is just doing this for fitness). It makes no sense whatsoever. I'm pointing that out.
Interestedly I think you are wrong!
You think I am lying ,when I know I am Not. LOL Our Friend Lefty ****yzed(the guy likes to use big words) that the kid had no Athlete ability so I checked . A nation medal for Wrestling and a state medal for Swimming. Are they Athletic sports? . You Don't seem to understand what I have seen posted on here. Backyard sparring ,Punching the bag and Amateur fights that are really ordinary. I have seen more than just this video. I told you you don't know anything because you don't . Have a nice day.

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That dude looks like what you said he is... but worse. The "coach" is even worse than him. The fact that there is an MMA cage around where they are training makes me even more sick to my stomach. (Not that I have anything against MMA, just non-Boxers trying to teach Boxing.)

The dude throws his shots barely extending his arms and barely turning into punches. Worse, he NEVER moves his head. His feet seem to lazily drag around too. That could be on the coach though as he offered ZERO movement, circling, or slip opportunities for the guy to keep him sharp. This looks like soccer Mom fitness Boxing.

Never know though. Some guys are far more effective actually getting work than they look training.
" This part "Never know though. Some guys are far more effective actually getting work than they look training.[/quote] maybe correct but I have seen sparring tapes. Image you commenting ! Everyone know you on the main board ROFL Baldy you are Hilarious .
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Old 06-06-2011, 04:48 AM   #28
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boxon, the simple fact here is that you posted a video of someone, claiming he looked "very capable" of boxing, in which everyone here agrees he looks like ****. Unless he's you, there's no reason to try and defend him and argue differently, especially since the video speaks for itself.
Is that the Professional Backyard Sparring Association ? Do they charge sanction Fees.
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Old 06-06-2011, 04:54 AM   #29
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The kids got no seperation i see no twisting in his hits hands were off thank god this is his bally total fitness lessons cause in the ring you know an actual ring not a octagon cage the kid would get dismantled easily. He must be your son or something or bff for sticking up for him like this but the kid needs way more work then you think my friend
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The kids got no seperation i see no twisting in his hits hands were off thank god this is his bally total fitness lessons cause in the ring you know an actual ring not a octagon cage the kid would get dismantled easily. He must be your son or something or bff for sticking up for him like this but the kid needs way more work then you think my friend
Yawn, Did you miss the part were I have seen Sparring Tapes? Yes ,No ?
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