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Old 02-14-2013, 03:20 PM   #1
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I'm just wondering who's fault is it if the boxer loses the fight ,,weather it's a competition ,,spar or a fight in the back yard

if you have some one giving you advise & you get your face knocked about who is to blame ???????????
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Old 02-14-2013, 05:09 PM   #2
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If the other fighter is better no ones. Where u from in notts?
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Old 02-14-2013, 11:04 PM   #3
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Too many variables and difference scenarios - I don't think there's one right or wrong answer.
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Old 02-14-2013, 11:38 PM   #4
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Too many variables and difference scenarios - I don't think there's one right or wrong answer.
This.

Far too many variables to place the blame on either side.
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Old 02-16-2013, 04:21 PM   #5
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If the other fighter is better no ones. Where u from in notts?

live in mansfield ,,coaching at Huithwaight ABC we have some pro's aswell
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Old 02-18-2013, 05:16 PM   #6
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live in mansfield ,,coaching at Huithwaight ABC we have some pro's aswell
Bit of a gimp question for a coach.

Did one of your fighters blame you for a loss or do you blame them for not listening?
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Old 02-18-2013, 10:33 PM   #7
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And the purpose of finding out who is to blame is...? It starts and ends with you.
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Old 02-19-2013, 06:36 PM   #8
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Bit of a gimp question for a coach.

Did one of your fighters blame you for a loss or do you blame them for not listening?
its not happened yet ,,will be getting my first corner soon ,,was just wondering how pissed off would i be if Ive traveled 30 miles & many hours training the boxers for him to lose is nerve on fight night

i do try to learn the boxers how,were,when & why to throw the Punch's with explanations of defense & attack

i guess i will find out soon enough
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Old 02-19-2013, 06:40 PM   #9
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And the purpose of finding out who is to blame is...? It starts and ends with you.

Ive tried my best to coach a boxer,, for him to then waste my time & not try is best come fight night
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Old 02-20-2013, 05:39 PM   #10
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Any of your boxers that have decided to fight and have prepared themselves for a bout should be commended. I've seen many a person down the gym pull out of fights for bullshit reasons or simply not have the bottle to enter the ring.

If I fighter doesn't prepare properly or doesn't take a fight seriously, then yes you can be angry.

If someone turns up on fight night after working hard, but perhaps nerves, fear or just the whole occasion gets them and they perform poorly they deserve your guidance and support, not your ridicule.
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Any of your boxers that have decided to fight and have prepared themselves for a bout should be commended. I've seen many a person down the gym pull out of fights for bullshit reasons or simply not have the bottle to enter the ring.

If I fighter doesn't prepare properly or doesn't take a fight seriously, then yes you can be angry.

If someone turns up on fight night after working hard, but perhaps nerves, fear or just the whole occasion gets them and they perform poorly they deserve your guidance and support, not your ridicule.
Exactly, you can't use a cookie cutter approach for all fighters. Just realise that there are wins and losses and that some fighters perform better under pressure than others. You have to weigh that as an option too.

I am more concerned that as a coach, you are looking at this from the perspective of a single fight, rather than a progression over a number of fights. Wins are good, but you have to look at overall growth & progress.
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And the purpose of finding out who is to blame is...? It starts and ends with you.
you could have a legit shit trainer dealt......one might need a better one
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Ive tried my best to coach a boxer,, for him to then waste my time & not try is best come fight night
you sound like a shit coach
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its not happened yet ,,will be getting my first corner soon ,,was just wondering how pissed off would i be if Ive traveled 30 miles & many hours training the boxers for him to lose is nerve on fight night

i do try to learn the boxers how,were,when & why to throw the Punch's with explanations of defense & attack

i guess i will find out soon enough
whats your actual boxing experience?
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Old 02-23-2013, 04:54 PM   #15
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whats your actual boxing experience?

the coaching question was purposely for my inexperience of coaching a corner

ive been in and out of boxing for years ,,done nothing to bragg about but i seem to have intelligence of making a boxer understand How ,,where,,when & why by doing defense offense & foot work drills

if you have an understanding of what your doing ,, maybe you will learn more

ive been coaching for the past year at the gym i first started at 12yrs old (I'm 40 ) ,,ive been stopped & ive stopped opponents in the post ,,

I'm not a bully coach i know how difficult boxing is ,,if a boxer loses there will be reasons why he lost & i will talk to him & tell him not to worried we will work on the problems still giving I'm confidence with some positives as well

The boxers ive watched from my gym ,,i will give them a A sheet of paper with positive & negative of there fight this depends on the style of boxer there fighting against

if i said i was a boxer thats won every competitions going would this make me a better coach

like **** would it ,,its about the coach & boxers have a understanding with trust when entering the ropes

judge me on my inexperience in the corner lets see how single minded you are
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