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bernardotelo
10-03-2010, 07:50 AM
well here's minr

Del Coqui
10-03-2010, 07:57 AM
I'm not sure if I've seen you fight before, I think I have, you seem to have a better sense of distance, punch and get out. When you do punch, stop throwing arm punches, use your whole body. Use your legs more.

Cassius Liston
10-03-2010, 08:51 AM
lol the headgaurd coming off was the highlight for me

bernardotelo
10-03-2010, 09:50 AM
lol the headgaurd coming off was the highlight for me

lol the strap thingy got wet before i putted it on because i dropped my mouthguard and had to trow water on it to clean it

I'm not sure if I've seen you fight before, I think I have, you seem to have a better sense of distance, punch and get out. When you do punch, stop throwing arm punches, use your whole body. Use your legs more.

lol i belive i will fight again next week if so i will try to work on that :)

Domey
10-03-2010, 01:47 PM
Keep ya right up more. Took alot of punches just because you drop your right under your chin, mostly when you throw.

bernardotelo
10-03-2010, 02:00 PM
Keep ya right up more. Took alot of punches just because you drop your right under your chin, mostly when you throw.

i know my hands were low but i only realized that when i saw the video, because when i was in the ring i tought they were up

Domey
10-03-2010, 02:06 PM
i know my hands were low but i only realized that when i saw the video, because when i was in the ring i tought they were up

Lol that's something ya should realize in the ring as well when you continue to get hit, need to ask yourself why, figure it out, and adjust =)

Comes with experience so no problem. You got the video, now you can learn from the mistakes and fix it for the next one.

bernardotelo
10-03-2010, 02:09 PM
Lol that's something ya should realize in the ring as well when you continue to get hit, need to ask yourself why, figure it out, and adjust =)

Comes with experience so no problem. You got the video, now you can learn from the mistakes and fix it for the next one.

well if i told you that since january i only fought 3 times would you belive it lol?

Domey
10-03-2010, 02:15 PM
i know my hands were low but i only realized that when i saw the video, because when i was in the ring i tought they were up

well if i told you that since january i only fought 3 times would you belive it lol?

Yes. You can tell you are a new fighter by just your ring generalship alone. There are a ton of little tiny critiques that I could probably give, but it wouldn't do to much and may possibly distract your focus. You're on the right path and it will all come with time and experience, as it usually always does.

Almost every newer fighter drops there power hand as they throw, it is very very common. The good thing is it is easily fixable. If you find yourself struggling, grab a sponge and put it on your right cheek, and hold it with your right hand. Shadow box and just throw jabs hooks and what not, and try not to let the sponge drop.

You always want to be asking yourself questions while you are boxing. "Where are my hands?" is one of the biggest and most frequent questions that should be going through your head.

BG_Knocc_Out
10-03-2010, 02:24 PM
I have that hands up problem to a lot. I tend to think they are up higher than they really are. I'm trying to work on it.

Domey
10-03-2010, 02:39 PM
I have that hands up problem to a lot. I tend to think they are up higher than they really are. I'm trying to work on it.

Yea, well like I said it is a very common problem, specially with people who train themselves. A trainer should of pointed these things out before your first fight, never mind a few fights down the road. You'll notice people also float their power hand elbow as well, and you can do the same trick if that is the case.

You also may see people tap themselves, this lets them know where there hands are and it starts to be habit forming to keep tapping yourself every now and then.

bernardotelo
10-03-2010, 03:06 PM
Yea, well like I said it is a very common problem, specially with people who train themselves. A trainer should of pointed these things out before your first fight, never mind a few fights down the road. You'll notice people also float their power hand elbow as well, and you can do the same trick if that is the case.

You also may see people tap themselves, this lets them know where there hands are and it starts to be habit forming to keep tapping yourself every now and then.


but in my last 2 fights my hands were always on top i watched the vids i just lacked skill in the first one and on the second i lacked energy in this one i lacked both altough i won every one of them lol

bernardotelo
10-05-2010, 09:20 AM
feedback would be appretiated:chomp:

TheRealAshland
10-05-2010, 01:25 PM
what country are you in?

bernardotelo
10-05-2010, 03:19 PM
what country are you in?

portugal why?

TheRealAshland
10-05-2010, 04:50 PM
portugal why?

the guys talking in the background, so I was curious. Is there a problem that I asked??

One more round
10-06-2010, 12:56 AM
Decent effort, you are have something to work with. A few mistakes, dropped your hands a bit, agree with domey about the right. Try and develop a tighter defence, higher hands, stronger guard. Slow it down a bit also, pace yourself and pick the openings more. That comes with experience anyways.

So yeah, keep it up.

One more round
10-06-2010, 12:57 AM
Decent effort, you are have something to work with. A few mistakes, dropped your hands a bit, agree with domey about the right. Try and develop a tighter defence, higher hands, stronger guard. Slow it down a bit also, pace yourself and pick the openings more. That comes with experience anyways.

So yeah, keep it up.

bernardotelo
10-06-2010, 10:00 AM
the guys talking in the background, so I was curious. Is there a problem that I asked??

np dude i was also curious about why you asked lol

Decent effort, you are have something to work with. A few mistakes, dropped your hands a bit, agree with domey about the right. Try and develop a tighter defence, higher hands, stronger guard. Slow it down a bit also, pace yourself and pick the openings more. That comes with experience anyways.

So yeah, keep it up.

thanks mane on my next one ill keep my hands up

One more round
10-06-2010, 10:15 AM
Yeah man it just comes with exp....

Training without a ring is tough also, I did that for about a year, and in fact am now doing it again for the next month until we move once more. Gym issues and annoying people who can't get things done are to blame. It's impossible to perfect ring craft without the ring, but you can still have success without a ring. I have won some titles doing it. To compensate, try and get your coach to take you to gyms where they have a ring to spar in.

-Huey-
10-06-2010, 10:24 AM
Not bad, you seem to come in straight up(stand up straight) that makes you a easier target to hit, I usually stay low, looks like you have some undeveloped potential though. Oh and easy with arm punches.

bernardotelo
10-07-2010, 03:00 PM
Yeah man it just comes with exp....

Training without a ring is tough also, I did that for about a year, and in fact am now doing it again for the next month until we move once more. Gym issues and annoying people who can't get things done are to blame. It's impossible to perfect ring craft without the ring, but you can still have success without a ring. I have won some titles doing it. To compensate, try and get your coach to take you to gyms where they have a ring to spar in.

well my uncle did boxing once and professional kickboxing he was iberian champ and is taking a trainer classes to become a certified boxing trainer and since hes also the lawyer for my zone's boxing association he knows every trainer and talked to a few about that lol

Not bad, you seem to come in straight up(stand up straight) that makes you a easier target to hit, I usually stay low, looks like you have some undeveloped potential though. Oh and easy with arm punches.

well yeah it was a 5month absence from the ring an my hands were always low he busted my right eye pretty badly

La Zorrita
10-07-2010, 08:55 PM
great improvment from the last time i saw ur fight... based on ur style u been watching oscar dela hoya a lot do u?

bernardotelo
10-08-2010, 12:15 PM
great improvment from the last time i saw ur fight... based on ur style u been watching oscar dela hoya a lot do u?

not really but my coach likes him, i think that there's no one better than Tyson but that's just me :)