View Full Version : Any boxing coach in here?


Jakutindi Wauya
07-07-2010, 12:49 PM
Has anyone coached boxing especially the American style where you move a lot,move your head,great defence which is done by Mayweather?

Squirrel
07-07-2010, 01:50 PM
It's quiet not quite.

And your not yo.

And yourself not yoself.

Del Coqui
07-08-2010, 12:06 PM
Has anyone coached boxing especially the American style where you move a lot,move your head,great defence which is done by Mayweather?

I've coached, but defense wise, nothing like Mayweather.

fdotorres
07-08-2010, 12:13 PM
Has anyone coached boxing especially the American style where you move a lot,move your head,great defence which is done by Mayweather?

so what mayweather does is called American boxing style?

wow

lianpeng
07-08-2010, 08:16 PM
HaHA! I have already seen the great thing!!!

Jakutindi Wauya
07-09-2010, 08:52 AM
so what mayweather does is called American boxing style?

wow
European style boxing is in your face kind of boxing.Defence is not emphasised.
American style has more mobility and defence is high up the list,also has a flair to it

shogunn
07-09-2010, 12:35 PM
so floyd fights a peekaboo style like tyson? tyson has a peekaboo style that was taught by Cus. It relies heavily on head movement, slipping punches, etc. Didnt know they were one in the same.

I couldve sworn theres plenty of different styles in America, but now theres only 1? and europe now only has 1?

fdotorres
07-09-2010, 02:44 PM
European style boxing is in your face kind of boxing.Defence is not emphasised.
American style has more mobility and defence is high up the list,also has a flair to it

so what style is mosley? tyson? kirkland? pwill? berto?

fdotorres
07-09-2010, 02:56 PM
so floyd fights a peekaboo style like tyson? tyson has a peekaboo style that was taught by Cus. It relies heavily on head movement, slipping punches, etc. Didnt know they were one in the same.

I couldve sworn theres plenty of different styles in America, but now theres only 1? and europe now only has 1?

exactly :rofl:

#1Assassin
07-09-2010, 03:02 PM
so floyd fights a peekaboo style like tyson? tyson has a peekaboo style that was taught by Cus. It relies heavily on head movement, slipping punches, etc. Didnt know they were one in the same.

I couldve sworn theres plenty of different styles in America, but now theres only 1? and europe now only has 1?

exactly :rofl:

stop messing with the kid, you know what he means.

lots of smooth mobility rather than the more standup and robotic european style. he never said mayweather was the blueprint of american boxing or that theres only one style. he just used him as an example.

fdotorres
07-09-2010, 03:15 PM
stop messing with the kid, you know what he means.

lots of smooth mobility rather than the more standup and robotic european style. he never said mayweather was the blueprint of american boxing or that theres only one style. he just used him as an example.

yeah, he used him as the "american style's" example, which is completely incorrect

one could argue that calderon is a purer boxer than even mayweather, so does calderon have a more american style than any current american?

#1Assassin
07-09-2010, 03:30 PM
yeah, he used him as the "american style's" example, which is completely incorrect

one could argue that calderon is a purer boxer than even mayweather, so does calderon have a more american style than any current american?

calderon does have what u would call an american style, so does david haye and lots of other non american fighters.

there are diffrent schools of boxing, that doesnt mean every fighter fights in the exact style thats common in their region. hatton fights more like a typical mexican fighter than JMM does.

i agree floyd isnt the trademark american fighter i said so to begin with. i was responding to the other guy who was acting like the TS said all americans fight the same way, which he didnt say.

u guys know what the TS meant, hes clearly new to boxing. no point messing around with him.

fdotorres
07-09-2010, 03:37 PM
calderon does have what u would call an american style, so does david haye and lots of other non american fighters.

there are diffrent schools of boxing, that doesnt mean every fighter fights in the exact style thats common in their region. hatton fights more like a typical mexican fighter than JMM does.

i agree floyd isnt the trademark american fighter i said so to begin with. i was responding to the other guy who was acting like the TS said all americans fight the same way, which he didnt say.

u guys know what the TS meant, hes clearly new to boxing. no point messing around with him.

i know what he meant, but he's incorrect in every way. there's no "american style". in fact, most american boxers aren't defensive minded, nor have they been

what he wants to learn is a defensive oriented style, like mayweather's. i was just correcting him. what the other dude said was funny though :rofl:

#1Assassin
07-09-2010, 03:55 PM
i know what he meant, but he's incorrect in every way. there's no "american style". in fact, most american boxers aren't defensive minded, nor have they been

what he wants to learn is a defensive oriented style, like mayweather's. i was just correcting him. what the other dude said was funny though :rofl:

yeah i know. hes thinking of the fact that most black americans are boxer type fighters, and there are still many that arent. not to mention all the italian and irish american fighters etc. the US and the UK always had lots of diffrent styles.

shogunn
07-09-2010, 07:22 PM
stop messing with the kid, you know what he means.

lots of smooth mobility rather than the more standup and robotic european style. he never said mayweather was the blueprint of american boxing or that theres only one style. he just used him as an example.

what he really wanted to ask was, "does anyone coach a super slick black american style that is superior to the rest of the world and you hit the pads really really fast just like on 24/7.."

instead of , "does anyone coach american style...




with flair?"

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