Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by Tim Witherspoon, Oct 14, 2021.
Brilliant stuff Tim
Here's an odd one that the forum has discussed a bit:
People talk a lot about "intimidating staredowns" in boxing during referee instructions. In your experience, are staredowns and other intimidation tactics ever effective in professional boxing? Do you know of any times that intimidation tactics like staredowns, trash talk, mind games, etc. actually worked on an opponent, either in your own career or in others' careers?
Jump to 150, you can see how I think Jack Dempsey train for this.
That's for building neck strength not rubber necking. Tyson used to do lots of it.
Tyson also said doing all those bridges ruined his neck.
Tim, what about some more abstract things.......like, how hard is jt to get mentally "up" for training, were there ever any doubts you had internally about doing this for a living at various points in your career?
How big a fan of the game are you, and what fighters did you follow in your youth?
Interesting info. They certainly do look potentially dangerous and he did from many accounts hit them hard.
Massive fan of yours Tim. Do you remember an exhibition with Paul Fiske who's a friend of mine?
Be great to get an interview with you on my YouTube sometime stay blessed anyway mate
How you doing champ
What's your channel?
Tim looks swelte and great for his age
That overhand right that put Anders Ecklund to sleep is highly memorable
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There's my channel champ. Drop me an email if an interview something you might be interested think that one would do good numbers!
Just shared your video on my community page BTW mate
Good to see you on here,Tim. You were definitely a class fighter.