Is it hard for a Amateur Boxer to relocate an find a new trainer ?

Discussion in 'Boxing Training' started by WillieWild, Jan 12, 2020.


  1. WillieWild

    WillieWild Member booted Full Member

    129
    35
    Sportsbook:
    1,000
    Aug 3, 2019
    I’m a average amateur boxer that’s about to move to another city will it be harder to find another boxing trainer
     
    fenoc1 likes this.
  2. fenoc1

    fenoc1 Active Member booted Full Member

    1,051
    330
    Sportsbook:
    1,000
    Oct 10, 2009
    No, any decent club will take you in and coach you as long as you put in some effort. And always good to contribute to a club, that doesn't mean money but can mean coaching the younger kids or cleaning up the gym etc. Best of luck in your career
     
    POTUS likes this.
  3. POTUS

    POTUS $$$$$$$ Full Member

    5,448
    3,496
    Sportsbook:
    1,157
    Nov 26, 2016
    It depends,one city has a gym, the other does not.
     
  4. Pakkuman

    Pakkuman Well-Known Member Full Member

    2,489
    3,493
    Sportsbook:
    1,000
    Jun 26, 2019
    The hell is wrong with you, boy?
     
  5. pistal47

    pistal47 Boxing Addict Full Member

    6,726
    3,023
    Sportsbook:
    1,000
    Jul 14, 2007
    As long as there is a gym within commuting distance and you consistently prove dedication and always put everything on the line, why wouldn't they take you?

    Being an average amateur wont make any difference whatsoever. But a lot of trainers that work with young amateurs prefer to work with a fresh piece of clay to mold so to speak than someone who has already been trained by someone else with a totally different style. But thats not your fault. Just stay open minded.
     


Sign up for ESPN+ and Stream Live Sports! Advertisement