Critique my sparring please. I’m 5’5 152 and my opponent was about 5’7 160

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    They're certain gyms that look abandoned and for that reason
    no one is interested. It's a concrete building in a big park area.
    With a steel door. It looks like a storage area for the parks dept.
    You walk in and it's a boxing gym. Poor lighting and dingy looking.

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    You have to be a troll....
     
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    I'm not trolling. I'm a member of the forum that's openly posting.

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    This is excellent!

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    Eventually all boxing organizations will follow suit in the 1980s.
    To elaborate, the reduction of rounds from 15 to 12 occurred
    because of the tragic 15 round fight between Ray Mancini and
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    WAR01 In the 7.2% Full Member

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    Little something i learnt!
    it may aid with your issue but don't go crazy!

    Spar the largest opponent you can within reason i walk around at 68kg 5ft7 and my main sparring partner is a cruiser weight.

    What you do is take advantage of the hand speed difference and focus on your defence and clinch game or you'll lose your head! focus on the body tire them out and then work on coming inside.

    in time you'll be used to the strength and be a Hercules figure amongst the lower divisions this coupled with powerlifting and I've became the strongest welterweight to step foot in our ring haha.
     
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  9. Mendoza

    Mendoza Hrgovic = Next Heavyweight champion of the world. Full Member

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    Are you the guy in the white shirt? I watched about 2:00 minutes.

    With your height and lack or arm length, you need to press it a bit more and mix in a body shots. On the plus side you have fast hands and seem to know when the throw and cover up. You problem is the taller guy can land and just take a 1/2 step back you you don't reach him.

    A style that could work for you is by getting lower, and moving your head a bit. Watch Joe Frazier or Mike Tyson. And don't forget your uppercut. When people are walking you down, the a 1/2 step forward and start throwing. Know the range of your left hook on the counters. I'd throw it in a near clinch if I were you.

    My $.02
     


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