View Full Version : Help me here! Huge Potential!!!!


wellbalanced
06-21-2008, 05:56 AM
Thanks for checking this out, right I want too get into boxing I'm 23 years old at present and starting to get back into shape. Back in my prime days at boarding school when I was going to the gym daily my weight was and still is 75KG (which makes me a middleweight). I could bench press 110kg and used to spar with and child hood friend who won gold at the south pacific games (we weren't trained, conditioned, toned, experienced whatever you want too call it, this was when we were 16 and had no real ambitions of boxing) I do believe without any biased at all I have extremely quick reflexes and am quick at thinking on the spot also I'm down on what diet I should be eating (High protein for leaness, complex carbs for muscle development) which I started today. Been running the last couple of days doing stomach crunches and press ups and will be buying a boxing bag later on this week too practice. I'm also a commercial and editorial model signed with the biggest Australian Agency (check out my polaroids so you can see what I look like and how well I'm built) I put down most of my natural strength and tonedness down to growing up in Fiji and doing laborous jobs and eating local food (taro, yams, lean beef, and greenest vegetables you've ever seen!) What sort of specific training should I be doing? What muscle groups? from what I've read endurance and explosive reactive development but any tips from you guys? Where I'm at the moment is had a boxing club which I went and saw today but was closed. Any advice you could give me would be greatly appreciated.

NB: I'm 6ft and abnormally light at 75kg.

angus the bull
06-21-2008, 06:09 AM
hey mate, go to

www.rossboxing.com

Got some training advice on there. Go for 30 minute runs in the morning and if u plan to compete u have to incorprate sprints in with that. umm do lots of shadow work focusing on technique 4 X 3 mins on bag

Round 1: Jab and movement (good footwork)
Round 2: jab, rightcross and footwork
Round 3:Start putting your combinations together with your footwork
Round 4: Combo's

Hope this helps a little bit mate and keep training :boxing:

sterling
06-21-2008, 07:06 AM
you should really be trying to get to a gym no matter how far it is from your house but thats if you really want it.

markeeta
06-21-2008, 08:28 AM
Sensible reply: sounds like you're fit, all you need is the technique which you will only get from a trainer at a boxing gym

Smart ass reply: you are a wanker man and are more concerned about your looks than being good at something. if you're gonna box, be prepared for that face to get knocked around a bit, and realise that a few nice photos won't even get you through the first two minutes.

Cryptic smart ass reply: You eat taro? I love taro!

Flawless
06-21-2008, 08:37 AM
Tip: Use paragraphs

wellbalanced
06-21-2008, 08:49 AM
Thanks for the advice firstly: I would't go to a gym cos they dont specialise in boxing. Second I couldn't give a **** about my looks I know damn well that my face is probably going to be smashed in at same stage reason I brought it up was to get the attention of any major players here in Aus who see the potential of a good looking sportsman and their commission that goes with it, diff btwn being a pro model and a pro boxer is about hmm id say atleast $100,000,000, I make a tidy income at the moment, just waiting on my US visa requirements before making bigger money but like I said I have boxing potential so please don't comment on my so called vanity. I don't talk it up or show it off at all. I'm no player been with my current g/f for 8 years.

markeeta
06-21-2008, 09:12 AM
1. sorry... if a boxing gym doesn't specialise in boxing what does it specialise in? seriously, i'm interested to know.

2. i have no problem with self marketing, but you might want some skills first (check out a boxing gym, that's a great place to learn) and honestly, this forum probably isn't the best place to start. A boxing gym might be though.

remorseless08
06-21-2008, 09:58 AM
wellbalanced you dont know what potential you have until you get to a gym and learn some skill first. It doesnt matter how fit you are at this stage or how much you can bench press cos they wont help you when your sparring and someone is trying to take your head off. Defensive skills will help. Best thing to do is go to a boxing gym that specialises in boxing and learn technique and boxing skill first.

Towelie
06-21-2008, 01:48 PM
Ya try out ross boxing alot of goof stuff, but before you start shadow boxing or beating up a bag, for 2 straight weeks, maybe even 3 practice jab ONLY. Check out youtube for jab instruction videos, I know it sounds really boring but you need to perfect the basics

wellbalanced
06-21-2008, 10:26 PM
Sorry my bad see definition of a Gym where we live is a building full of exercise equipment, that's why I was confused. Boxing club, yes that's where I'll be headed in my free time. Thanks Markeeta. And Towelie Ross is awesome I'm going over that in detail later on today!

Cheers Guys.

markeeta
06-21-2008, 11:01 PM
Sorry my bad see definition of a Gym where we live is a building full of exercise equipment, that's why I was confused. Boxing club, yes that's where I'll be headed in my free time. Thanks Markeeta. And Towelie Ross is awesome I'm going over that in detail later on today!

Cheers Guys.

hey i'm aussie too mate, so if you're serious private message me and i can tell you about places to train

aussieboxer2320
06-22-2008, 12:08 AM
hey i'm aussie too mate, so if you're serious private message me and i can tell you about places to train

hey im sorry but damn thats a creepy lookin chick in your avatar

markeeta
06-22-2008, 12:27 AM
hey im sorry but damn thats a creepy lookin chick in your avatar


Ha ha ha... I know. And although that's me there is no offence taken. I agree totally. I'd change it to one with less attitude but I'm scared of what Flawless will do. He is sick, and that picture gets him off.

Landon S
06-22-2008, 03:38 AM
hey im sorry but damn thats a creepy lookin chick in your avatar

LOL smooooth

wellbalanced
06-22-2008, 04:33 AM
Does anyone here know the best Gym/Boxing club in Sydney to go see first?

&

Yo aussie boxer, you in Sydney? You hijacked my thread earlier and insulted me, how bout we hook up? U keen?

markeeta
06-22-2008, 05:17 AM
Does anyone here know the best Gym/Boxing club in Sydney to go see first?

&

Yo aussie boxer, you in Sydney? You hijacked my thread earlier and insulted me, how bout we hook up? U keen?

Dude... send me a private message and let me know the area of Syd you're in. I'm familiar with most of the clubs and gyms so I can at least tell you which ones are serious about boxing... or you can just come with me :-) I box with a great group of guys and they won't give you as much **** as I have.

remorseless08
06-22-2008, 06:55 AM
hey markeetA what happened to that ugly chick in your aviator...

markeeta
06-22-2008, 07:12 AM
hey markeetA what happened to that ugly chick in your aviator...

I was drawing too much attention to myself. So I thought a serial killer with a daggy hair cut and gas tank would be more subtle.

Why, do you want me back?

remorseless08
06-22-2008, 10:29 AM
I was drawing too much attention to myself. So I thought a serial killer with a daggy hair cut and gas tank would be more subtle.

Why, do you want me back?

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whats wrong with the boys haircut...

markeeta
06-22-2008, 05:37 PM
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whats wrong with the boys haircut...

no comment... i'm sensing that the topic is off boxing enough.

jberg
06-22-2008, 06:10 PM
hey
its good to see you have self belief.
just work hard, train hard.
sweat more, bleed less

The Failboat
06-22-2008, 06:14 PM
Potential? Fiji's next top model...
http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg278/se7enthsignpsn/failboat.jpg

Rafael Benitez
06-23-2008, 02:48 AM
Stop benching and start doing press ups on your knuckles and chin ups/dips/etc. If you really want to box you would be going to a boxing club and sparring. That would answer your questions about your huge potential and what to do with it.

mgkirkpatrick
06-23-2008, 03:26 AM
look for a poster named huricn in the aussie lounge.. he is a trainer at one of the top gymns in sydney and im sure he'll hook you up if you send him a message

wellbalanced
06-23-2008, 04:54 AM
Thanks Kirk and Raphael those words of advice have helped me in more ways you can Imagine, I contacted Huricn awesome he can be the judge of my 'potential'.

:)

Southpaw16
06-23-2008, 11:33 AM
The one obvious piece of advice I can offer you is you absolutely have to get to a boxing gym if you are actually serious.

You are 23 years old, and you are effectively just starting. It isn't impossible to be successful, but that is very late, so you can't be dicking around hitting a bag at your house. If you actually want to do something with boxing, get to a gym, start training hard, get some sparring and coaching, and look to get some bouts as soon as possible. If you just want to do boxing for fun and fitness, hey, that is great, and people here can help you with some excersises and punching technique tips and you can probably work out at home. From the title of your thread though where you talk about huge potential it looks like you have other ideas.

The_Shawnster
06-23-2008, 11:39 AM
You have the potential to be Sterlings **** buddy! His back's aching from it! See thread entitled "back door problems"

Nacho_Analstain
06-23-2008, 11:41 AM
Thanks Kirk and Raphael those words of advice have helped me in more ways you can Imagine, I contacted Huricn awesome he can be the judge of my 'potential'.

:)

You look like a tall version of Michael Katsidis :lol1:

wellbalanced
06-23-2008, 06:44 PM
You know what's ****n funny, I spent 6 months living in Toowoomba at one stage :0 Yes I'm so serious about this that I'm going to see Team Hurricane in Blacktown as soon as I get back reputadley the best boxing club in Aus.

Cheers for the comments and advice.

Equilibrium
06-23-2008, 07:24 PM
You'll see if you have huge potential when you get smacked in the head.

Rafael Benitez
06-24-2008, 12:23 AM
You'll see if you have huge potential when you get smacked in the head.

Spot on. People need to stop going on about potential and living in cloud cuckoo land. Get sparring and get some am's under your belt before thinking about potential. You will only know how good you are and if it is for you when you are fighting every fortnight in some smelly working men's club, getting racial abuse (unless you are white in which case you will be getting licks), and grinding out KO's. As in the Nike ad, Just Do It!

wellbalanced
06-24-2008, 03:17 AM
Spot on. People need to stop going on about potential and living in cloud cuckoo land. Get sparring and get some am's under your belt before thinking about potential. You will only know how good you are and if it is for you when you are fighting every fortnight in some smelly working men's club, getting racial abuse (unless you are white in which case you will be getting licks), and grinding out KO's. As in the Nike ad, Just Do It!

I know I have the potential, and the confidence to accomplish all of the above which I have just promised to the best Australian Boxing Agency that I would stick too it, obviously its going to take atleast a couple of years of training (which I would have had to have done anyway to increase my appeal to clients in the modelling industry) So don't judge me just yet, I have Floyd's face pinned up the wall in huge writing **** THIS NI**R UP!

Rafael Benitez
06-24-2008, 03:29 AM
I know I have the potential, and the confidence to accomplish all of the above which I have just promised to the best Australian Boxing Agency that I would stick too it, obviously its going to take atleast a couple of years of training (which I would have had to have done anyway to increase my appeal to clients in the modelling industry) So don't judge me just yet, I have Floyd's face pinned up the wall in huge writing **** THIS NI**R UP!

LOL. You wish. Not saying you don't have potential, but it is silly that people with no bouts put up a thread every other day when they have not done the basics just yet. I'm not judging you on how gay you look, but really i think yourself and a few other people need a reality check. Get some bouts under your belt and you will either be in for a huge shock, or you will find out if you do actually have potential. it is annoying for the people who have been there, and it shows in the replies. Even the one liners! I feel for ya buddy and would say go for it, but be realistic and a bit more pragmatic about things.

wellbalanced
06-24-2008, 05:40 AM
LOL. You wish. Not saying you don't have potential, but it is silly that people with no bouts put up a thread every other day when they have not done the basics just yet. I'm not judging you on how gay you look, but really i think yourself and a few other people need a reality check. Get some bouts under your belt and you will either be in for a huge shock, or you will find out if you do actually have potential. it is annoying for the people who have been there, and it shows in the replies. Even the one liners! I feel for ya buddy and would say go for it, but be realistic and a bit more pragmatic about things.

Your either born with or your not, bouts etc don't mean ****, it's all about outwitting your opponent I've had enough unofficial bouts to know my potential and thanks for the 'gay' comment It gets me more ***** than you could imagine and will one day endorse and reap royalties beyond your or my wildest dreams, this is as pragmatic as it gets, and if you hadn't noticed most boxers have had competitive family members in the sport too, my Dad being Welterweight Champ of NZ. I'm finished arguing but thanks anyway Rafael the more impetus the better ;)

Ciao

Rafael Benitez
06-24-2008, 06:46 AM
Your either born with or your not, bouts etc don't mean ****, it's all about outwitting your opponent I've had enough unofficial bouts to know my potential and thanks for the 'gay' comment It gets me more ***** than you could imagine and will one day endorse and reap royalties beyond your or my wildest dreams, this is as pragmatic as it gets, and if you hadn't noticed most boxers have had competitive family members in the sport too, my Dad being Welterweight Champ of NZ. I'm finished arguing but thanks anyway Rafael the more impetus the better ;)

Ciao

Bouts do mean **** son. It means you have been tested. And 'most' boxers do not have it as a family business. Check it up, trust me Tito and co are a minority in the pro's and even in sport in general. If that is the case, then why didn't you box when young like me? As for the *****, the one's who boast about it in my experience are the same megalomaniacs who have a minger they think is a model. You ain't the only man who gets ***** (no shock there) and I didn't mean it in a bad way but you do look like a gay gringo which is why people are laughing at you. My film star looks get me in the Premiership of *****, but I don't have to go on about it on a board full of strangers to reassure myself or get your approval, as the sweet fanny was enough. Not being a gringo means it comes naturally to me and your bird will know I have a bigger sword, like Zorro!

It seems all these newbies of your generation do this alot, but start walking not talking. You talk about marketability when you haven't even fought yet! trust me, there is a world of difference. Unofficial bouts my arse.You asked for advice and I gave you it as honest as it gets. Start FIGHTING and stop talking.

BRAVE-HEART
06-24-2008, 06:59 AM
Your either born with or your not, bouts etc don't mean ****, it's all about outwitting your opponent I've had enough unofficial bouts to know my potential and thanks for the 'gay' comment It gets me more ***** than you could imagine and will one day endorse and reap royalties beyond your or my wildest dreams, this is as pragmatic as it gets, and if you hadn't noticed most boxers have had competitive family members in the sport too, my Dad being Welterweight Champ of NZ. I'm finished arguing but thanks anyway Rafael the more impetus the better ;)

Ciao

you dont have the right body shape for starters .... Long body with no lats or wings. Can try curling up like a turtle all you want and your ribs are still going to be wide open. Like everyone else has been saying. Listen rather then answering back with ****y remarks. You dont know your potential until you join a club and start sparring. and if your not gonna take what people say into account then youll never make it as a boxer

Rafael Benitez
06-24-2008, 07:02 AM
you dont have the right body shape for starters .... Long body with no lats or wings. Can try curling up like a turtle all you want and your ribs are still going to be wide open. Like everyone else has been saying. Listen rather then answering back with ****y remarks. You dont know your potential until you join a club and start sparring. and if your not gonna take what people say into account then youll never make it as a boxer
What i've tried telling these bums in my thread. The fact that he does weights says it all. No robot who does weights has been snappy enough. 'Unofficial bouts'. LMAO.

These dickheads need to start real boxing instead of endlessly talking ****e.

Equilibrium
06-24-2008, 08:03 AM
I know I have the potential, and the confidence to accomplish all of the above which I have just promised to the best Australian Boxing Agency that I would stick too it


Boxing agency:"Hello, how can we help you?"
wellblanced:"So like, i was beating up on my little brother and i thought that i could probably do the same to floyd mayweather."
Boxing agency:"How old are you son?"
wellbalanced:"20 years old, mate."
Boxing agency:"Do you have any amateur experience?"
wellbalanced:"No but like i said, i beat up on my little brother and he's pretty tough for a 15 years old, so i think it qualifies."
Boxing agency:*hangs up*

That must have been awesome.


On a serious note, try to learn before thinking of knocking out floyd mayweather. Because if you were to step in a ring with him at this time he would kill you.

When i first stepped in a boxing gym at 14 i thought i was the toughest guy around, i asked to spar, they matched me with another guy about my size, but he was about 18 and had some fights. What a reality check i got that night, my nose was busted up and my whole body was hurting. 10 years later, im glad that guy used me as a punching bag that night because it motivated to keep comming to the gym and learn.

But i see the opposite happen quite a lot, every week there is a new guy that comes to the gym thinking he's the next Mike Tyson, they do 1 night and never ****ing come back.

wellbalanced
06-24-2008, 09:08 AM
Brave Heart: I updated my avatar took this pic 5 mins ago, what do you think about my body shape now? The last one was old and cos I only have basic stuff on my laptop at the moment I cant post my editorial stuff, but atleast you can see what I look like in the flesh unadulterated haven't been going to the gym or doing weights since 16, and as I said me and Joy Ali use to box when we were younger and I knocked his ass out everytime but I never bothered thinking about it as a career as I was too busy doing other things.

Rafael: You make me LOL, I submit that mexican charm of yours even had me there for a second, can I butt **** you?

and to the other dude, good on you for trying but obviously your most important muscle isn't/wasn't as competitive as it should've/would've been. BTW the best Aussie agency contacted me cos they saw potential, point of this thread has been accomplished!!! Got work to do now so please all of you buggers just stay cool aight peace out.

BRAVE-HEART
06-24-2008, 09:56 AM
You are living in a ****ing dream world. You look just as much of a rat in that picture. No boxing agency phoned you up. Get a grip. 20 ****ign years old and you are sad enough to come on here and make **** like this up

BETTY SWOLLOCKS
06-24-2008, 09:59 AM
Since we're talking about our virility and looks. I thought I'd add my two cents.

Wellbalanced you actually look quite similar to me. Just you're not as pretty and have smaller muscles than me :)

Plus i pack some serious meat in my pants!!!!

Trrmo
06-24-2008, 10:23 AM
When i first stepped in a boxing gym at 14 i thought i was the toughest guy around, i asked to spar, they matched me with another guy about my size, but he was about 18 and had some fights. What a reality check i got that night, my nose was busted up and my whole body was hurting. 10 years later, im glad that guy used me as a punching bag that night because it motivated to keep comming to the gym and learn.

But i see the opposite happen quite a lot, every week there is a new guy that comes to the gym thinking he's the next Mike Tyson, they do 1 night and never ****ing come back.

You couldnt have said it better. How many times have you other guys seen some local tough guy or so called street fighter come in to your gym any get badly hurt sparring, for example, a decent skinny 15 or 16 year old amateur with some fights behind them, and then not come back!

Like others said get some proper training and sparring behind you before you talk of potential. If you keep going and more importantly win fights, then seriously all the best to you. You just might be putting the horse before the cart at this stage is all.

wellbalanced
06-24-2008, 06:21 PM
To the dumbass who said I was making up agency contact, go look at my profile visitor messages and admit you were wrong, and as for Floyd, Ricky and the rest of you middleweights I could kill both of you right now if I wanted too including all you poofters posting here giving out grandfatherly advice, so stick it up your asses, your old, you've failed, you suck at boxing, get over it, live out/or take out your failed dreams and ambitions elsewhere ok? Or here's a tip, next time your sorely tempted to post a negative comment just stop for a moment and try and turn that negative thought into a positive one you'll love me for it k ******s?

Laters
Kissess

xox

Equilibrium
06-24-2008, 07:08 PM
To the dumbass who said I was making up agency contact, go look at my profile visitor messages and admit you were wrong, and as for Floyd, Ricky and the rest of you middleweights I could kill both of you right now if I wanted too including all you poofters posting here giving out grandfatherly advice, so stick it up your asses, your old, you've failed, you suck at boxing, get over it, live out/or take out your failed dreams and ambitions elsewhere ok? Or here's a tip, next time your sorely tempted to post a negative comment just stop for a moment and try and turn that negative thought into a positive one you'll love me for it k ******s?

Laters
Kissess

xox

Oh wow, that is borderline skyzophrenia, i don't think getting punched in the head will help your cause.

Trrmo
06-24-2008, 07:43 PM
Thats a little harsh if it was was me you were referring to as one of the people you could Ękill right now if I wanted tooĘ (which in a forum is a futile thing to respond to). I never once insulted you but wished you luck and only that you might be putting the horse before the cart by saying you have great potential before you have had any boxing matches!. I am Aussie too and want to see more successful Aussie boxers try not to be so sensitive.

wellbalanced
06-24-2008, 07:54 PM
Yo Trrmo, sorry that was not directed at you at all, it was just aimed at these drop kicks projecting their own feelings onto me as a self defense mechanism to their own failures. Equilibrium if your as black as you seem to be I wouldn't even try to attempt to spell big words let alone make arm chair diagnosiases about ppl, so stfu and gtfo my thread, you dumb ****.

Equilibrium
06-24-2008, 08:42 PM
Yo Trrmo, sorry that was not directed at you at all, it was just aimed at these drop kicks projecting their own feelings onto me as a self defense mechanism to their own failures. Equilibrium if your as black as you seem to be I wouldn't even try to attempt to spell big words let alone make arm chair diagnosiases about ppl, so stfu and gtfo my thread, you dumb ****.

Racism will get you far in boxing, really. And no i'm not black, but im still suprised to see that the term "white trash" can be used for australians too. ****ing prick.

As for my failures, i am happy i got beat up at my first night at the gym when i was 14. It made me the man i am today, i won't start braging on the internet but i know what i have done and i know what i can do, knocking out your skinny ass out would be one of them.

If you think you can pick up boxing, good, i honestly wish you the best. But please keep your "Im the best" attitude for once you actually started fighting, if you ever do fight that is.

I am going to tell you boxing is not easy, if you think it's going to be a joy ride you are in for a huge shock.

remorseless08
06-24-2008, 10:52 PM
To the dumbass who said I was making up agency contact, go look at my profile visitor messages and admit you were wrong, and as for Floyd, Ricky and the rest of you middleweights I could kill both of you right now if I wanted too including all you poofters posting here giving out grandfatherly advice, so stick it up your asses, your old, you've failed, you suck at boxing, get over it, live out/or take out your failed dreams and ambitions elsewhere ok? Or here's a tip, next time your sorely tempted to post a negative comment just stop for a moment and try and turn that negative thought into a positive one you'll love me for it k ******s?

Laters
Kissess

xox
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you are an absolute fool, i cant beleive anyone is taking you serious about this thread. I cant stop laughing at you. You think you have huge potential and you havnt even been in a gym yet. I think once you enter the gym you'll get a big wake up call. All these people are telling you how it is, you asked for advice and people on this forum who actually tain are telling you its not as easy as you think. I find it disrespectful how you think boxing will be so easy, it is one of the hardest sports in the world, mentaly and physically.

wellbalanced
06-25-2008, 05:20 AM
WOW I miss a day of Prozac and look at the diatribe that comes out! Sorry ya'll!! I take those words back, how nasty and rude of me. But seriously I'm finished with this forum now, just look out for me in a couple of years climbing the middle weight ladder representing New Zealand ;)

Sorry about that hating earlier, I sincerely mean it.

Your loving friend.

Kurt

Dynamite Glove
07-15-2009, 08:28 PM
hahahahaha...

that guy has to be an alt...

Phenomkidd
07-15-2009, 08:50 PM
Yo Trrmo, sorry that was not directed at you at all, it was just aimed at these drop kicks projecting their own feelings onto me as a self defense mechanism to their own failures. Equilibrium if your as black as you seem to be I wouldn't even try to attempt to spell big words let alone make arm chair diagnosiases about ppl, so stfu and gtfo my thread, you dumb ****.

Fcuking b***h...


WOW I miss a day of Prozac and look at the diatribe that comes out! Sorry ya'll!! I take those words back, how nasty and rude of me. But seriously I'm finished with this forum now, just look out for me in a couple of years climbing the middle weight ladder representing New Zealand

Sorry about that hating earlier, I sincerely mean it.

Your loving friend.

Kurt

Get your trolling ass of the board, the only thing you'll be representing in a few years anyway is New Zealand's unemployment line...


Edit: Haha didn't see the date of his post just the guy above me :P

Equilibrium
07-15-2009, 10:21 PM
And....he was never heard of again. :lol1:

Little clowns who think they can make it in boxing without knowing if they can take a punch or not.

Dynamite Glove
07-15-2009, 11:34 PM
he probably didn't even spar.

Danny Gunz
07-16-2009, 01:37 AM
Honestly man people come in here every week saying how they are a "natural" at the sport that just needs training.

Coming on the internet asking for tips isnt gonna do anything, we cant teach you anything if you have never trained. The best and only advice is get in a gym get a trainer get a couple months of training,if you like it, then keep going. If not then oh well.

Dont expect to walk in the gym and impress everyone with your potential cause its probably the same thing they see from every other guy walking in. Just go in your 23 so you have some ground to make up if you wanna be pro.

Im not trying to be an *******, just honest. But good luck with everything

Phenomkidd
07-16-2009, 05:30 AM
Honestly man people come in here every week saying how they are a "natural" at the sport that just needs training.

Coming on the internet asking for tips isnt gonna do anything, we cant teach you anything if you have never trained. The best and only advice is get in a gym get a trainer get a couple months of training,if you like it, then keep going. If not then oh well.

Dont expect to walk in the gym and impress everyone with your potential cause its probably the same thing they see from every other guy walking in. Just go in your 23 so you have some ground to make up if you wanna be pro.

Im not trying to be an *******, just honest. But good luck with everything

He probably doesn't even have the dedication, he probably walked in stayed for a 2 days more or less than quit.

Besides that, its sad to see how prevalent racism still is. :lame:

Equilibrium
07-16-2009, 06:46 AM
Besides that, its sad to see how prevalent racism still is. :lame:

You have no idea man. This forum is one of the most racist spot i have seen on the internet. Just read the non stop boxing section for a while, it will blow your mind.

Phenomkidd
07-16-2009, 11:28 AM
You have no idea man. This forum is one of the most racist spot i have seen on the internet. Just read the non stop boxing section for a while, it will blow your mind.

Yeah I seen a little bit of that bs, spanish on spanish (ex: puerto rico vs mexico), black vs mexican, etc. Pretty stupid crap :wtf:.

Alexandros
07-16-2009, 12:32 PM
i dunno but for me in box its good that u can take lot of pain and hardshot because for you to soon learn them and see them come and know how to evade them and counter back. :D hahah some people see are afraid of get hit, me my first fight i have bloody nose and mouth and black eye but i still keep fight and second round i made him quit becoz of bodyshot that hurt him easily and he never box again.

▀ringer
07-16-2009, 12:48 PM
I never drop by this place because I'm not a boxer, nor do I have any illusions that I could actually become one.

That said ; that guy was a total riot at the same time he was a total cunt.

I mean the way he talked about how "naturally gifted" he was, and **** was hilarious.

Looks like you guys were right about that dickstain. :fing02:

Gettin Jiggy
07-16-2009, 01:06 PM
dude you need to go to a boxing gym thats the main thing.

Phenomkidd
07-16-2009, 05:31 PM
This guy doesn't need any more advice, its safe to say hes not coming back :P.

Dynamite Glove
07-16-2009, 06:35 PM
my fault for bumping this piece o **** thread

▀ringer
07-17-2009, 05:27 AM
Final thought ;

It would be hilarious to see this dude make it onto some undercard one day and get sparked on live Television.

Australian fighters as of late have had **** chins, haven't they? :lol1:

Alexandros
07-17-2009, 06:24 AM
this gave me lots of lulz

#1Assassin
07-17-2009, 09:21 AM
that guy mustve been joking. nobody is that stupid. i mean its one thing when ppl do dencent in sparring against guys who hold back, and then think they have potential. but for someone who hasnt even stepped foot in the ring :lol1:

priceless. and a racist on top of that, just an allround moron. makes me happy to know if he ever got in the gym he done got his ass whupped and quit by now. probably cried too :lol1: