Steve USS Cunningham fighting on Triller card

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  1. HellSpawn86

    HellSpawn86 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    It's an all day thing because of boxing sessions, ju jitsu sessions, wrestling sessions, MMA sessions, etc. Sometimes all in one day or kind of random sessions through out the week.
     
  2. Badbot

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    There is only so much ones body can handle.
    I mean, Jean Pascal used to train 3 times a day at one point. Tony Ferguson trained for hours on end.
    But the overwhelming majority of fighters just don´t train 3 times a day. It´s overkill and too time consuming.
    Feel free to find any examples of top tier guys consistently training 3 times a day while in camp.
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    You made the statement.
     
  3. Brixton Bomber

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    It's the amount of disciplines involved, that's why.
     
  4. HellSpawn86

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    Just watch one of the 24/7 videos with Mayweather and Pacquiao. When elite fighters go into camp for a big fight that's all they do.

    Also a lot of it is drills that are easier on the body like shadow boxing or practicing moves and timing. Not like the Rocky movies.
     
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    Like I said. Find me them. Because in reality there are a few top tier fighters who have done so.
     
  6. Brixton Bomber

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    Dude, go do some digging.

    Boxers train ONE aspect of fighting, hence low volume sessions.
     
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    I have googled about UFC fighters training 3 times a day and I can´t really find anything.
    Logic says that if you want to practice multiple disciplines then you would have to do so a lot every day. That would be the theory, but it doesn´t work in practice.

    From what I have gathered, MMA guys tend to do longer sessions but pace themselves a lot more. So they can do basically a lot of things at once.
     
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    You do some digging!
    Because I can´t find **** :lol: I am not picking a ****ing fight with you here. I just can´t find anything about this.
     
  9. Brixton Bomber

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    Google Rich Franklin.
     
  10. HellSpawn86

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    MMA is a newer sport so I don't think you are going to find one way that they train. Mostly probably interviews with individual fighters who are willing to divulge what they have done. Where I trained it was customary to see guys at the gym all day doing different training sessions.
     
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  12. Badbot

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    3 times a day is just too time consuming. MMA guys train for longer at a slower pace(for lack of better terminology on my part).
    And it´s why you rarely find even boxers who train 3 times a day.
     
  13. Moggy94

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    Ray Mercer said training for MMA is harder than boxing
     
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  14. HellSpawn86

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    Ray Mercer was also an old man and never wrestled in his life. :sisi1
     
  15. Moggy94

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    True, it's harder to learn wrestling at a later age than it is boxing though
     
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