Need Help with Going Pro / Manager / Fights

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  1. supermigsgon

    supermigsgon New Member Full Member

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    Looking to go pro soon to take care of bills, money issues and get experience on the go, if not I'll just get older and never get a shot. No amateur experience but Ive been thinking of entering a tournament but that would be more time.

    Im 23 going on 24. 6ft 2-3. Im extremly light but strong at 130 on weight currently. Mexican born and living in vegas. Im marketable all I need is people to help me. I have an offer for someone to get me fights but might not go with them for previous issues.

    Any advice on how to contact a manager or get fights myself etc will be appreciated.

    5-6 times a day
    Doing 12-16 rds shadow, bag work
    Sparring 6-8 rds
    4 miles a day
    Full body workout
     
  2. Songshadow

    Songshadow Dogged & Relentless Full Member

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    Okay, it looks like you have your entire body, and head in order. Looks like you need somebody in your corner. If you have a lover let them help with the research, and phone calls. As for myself, I would look for some run down old boxing Gym where the old timers hang out. Then I would look around that Gym for a good prospect with Grey hair. If they don't have Grey hair they haven't been in the boxing game long enough to know what they are doing.
     
  3. captain hook

    captain hook Well-Known Member Full Member

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    what if they colour their hair?
     
  4. Songshadow

    Songshadow Dogged & Relentless Full Member

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    Silly wabbit, trix are for kids!
     
  5. Saintpat

    Saintpat Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Your chances of finding someone to work with you and actually help you find the right fights improve greatly if you spend a year at least in the amateurs. Yes, you’ll be a year older but you’ll also be a year more experienced ... being under the lights is a lot different than being in a gym.
     
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