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Respecting the Dons

My last blog I talked about being Grateful to Everyone.  The concept from the book, Training the Mind.  Today’s subject matter builds off of this and is from the same section.  It is called Offering to the Dons.   Dons … Continue reading

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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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Footwork and Marco Antonio Barerra

I am fascinated with footwork.  To me, footwork is everything, the foundation of a boxer’s skill…. Some of the flashiest and best I think are:  Sugar Ray Leonard, Willie Pep, Guillermo Rigondeaux, Pernell Whittaker, Floyd Mayweather…..and many more of old … Continue reading

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Boxing Reflections.

There is always something to be gained from the reflection of our accusation. Typically a boxer’s best or favorite punch is the one they have the hardest time receiving.   If he/she is good at a Jab,  they probably struggle when … 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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