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Mayweather vs. Canelo

It’s no secret, I am a huge Mayweather fan.  I don’t care how he promotes himself, villain or saint.  All I have to do is pull up the footage of when he was robbed against the Bulgarian in the Olympics … Continue reading

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Fear and the sweet “pop”

It is the coolest experience when you let go of fear for a minute your body delivers a punch.  You can feel the power in your body and  you hear the praise from the heavy bag resulting in a sweet … Continue reading

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Patterns

I like to watch boxing and review video tape.  Watching tape is a skill that can be developed and improved constantly. Recently I had the epiphany to look for patterns versus judging the performance.  This epiphany came from a mistake! … Continue reading

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Taking Punches

I’ve been thinking lately about taking punches in and out of the ring, especially after the Bradley vs. Provodnikov fight. When should you decide enough is enough and you should do something different? Bradley stood toe to toe and slugged … Continue reading

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Boxing Gym Community

Each day is a process toward opening this business.  The search for a gym home is nothing like I expected and with angle changes I never knew existed.  I am enjoying the depth of my experience and appreciative of all those … Continue reading

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Listening

I am always planning and plotting workouts, drills and ways I can help a boxer improve their existing skills.  I am constantly challenging myself to work off a boxer’s style versus imposing my style upon them.  Ideas start in my … Continue reading

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