Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by James Smith, Jul 29, 2017.
Earnie Shavers run a 100 yard dash in like 10 seconds.
Ruiz jr. runs 100 meters in two minutes and concussed Bodybuilder in less than 11.5 seconds since his KD.
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He certainly showed this speed while running away from a barely 6ft tall obese fighter.
Joshua ran towards a menal meltdown in under eight seconds after Usyk stole his manhood.
Shame he can't box as well as he can run. Just a bad career choice maybe.
James J Jeffries could supposedly run 100 yards in just over 10 seconds. I think 100 yards was the standard back in those days, as opposed to 100 meters.
That mouth running was something else.
Somewhat Ironic in this particular context, first and foremost, you need a decent set of Linford's to fight.....
Forgot all about James Smith and his Joshua love-in with sidekick Galvatron
I'm pleased posts like this get bumped so that when those still nut hugging get butt hurt about people like me who root to see him lose, we can remind everyone about the sickly idolising we had to witness for years where Joshua was described as the greatest ever and some sort of iconic personality.
It seems nobody bought into this hype more than AJ himself and now he's been found out as something other than this and he can't muster up wise anecdotes he's just had a mental break down.
NFL if he'd been born in the States.
No major UK sport fits his athletic profile - maybe the 400m relay if he learned to drop the baton...
'he probably wouldn't go under 10 seconds'
I know a former lifter who was a British school boy sprinter that used to run the 100m 10.45 aged 15 or 16
He switched to powerlifting and despite gaining roughly 20kg bodyweight and rarely doing any Fitness, or speed training outside the weights, he was still able to run 100m in 11.5 seconds
The dudes box jump was around 60inches also
Some great athletes out there and many we will never have heard of
Corrie Sanders did an 11.3 so if he was a gym rat like Femi he'd leave him like a dot on the horizon.
I ran 200 metres just under 23 seconds for my school and represented my local county, but i had no passion for it and quit