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boxer2k5
06-08-2011, 01:05 AM
Rounds 1 2
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rounds 3 4
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rounds 5 6
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lite pad work till my calf kept cramping and sorry the crap sony hd cam starts shaking for no reason i dont know why
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TheAuthority
06-08-2011, 03:48 AM
How long have been boxing?

Just watched the first video - Good work mate.

Your sparring partner looks much smaller and afraid to commit / step into his punches. I would go a bit lighter with him to encourage him to get in range and let his hands go a bit more (I doubt he can hurt you). You'll get more benefit from this as you can work on defence / counter puching. I sometimes spar with a 14 year old (I'm 31) who is about the same height as me but weighs about 24 kg less. Obviously, I go very light with him, and this encourages him to really let his hands go, so I can work on defence / countering without worrying about get hurt. It's great for trying new things out.

Good luck.

mrboxer
06-08-2011, 09:24 AM
you guys are new to sparring and it shows just keep shadow boxing and working on combinations:boxing:

boxer2k5
06-08-2011, 01:48 PM
How long have been boxing?

Just watched the first video - Good work mate.

Your sparring partner looks much smaller and afraid to commit / step into his punches. I would go a bit lighter with him to encourage him to get in range and let his hands go a bit more (I doubt he can hurt you). You'll get more benefit from this as you can work on defence / counter puching. I sometimes spar with a 14 year old (I'm 31) who is about the same height as me but weighs about 24 kg less. Obviously, I go very light with him, and this encourages him to really let his hands go, so I can work on defence / countering without worrying about get hurt. It's great for trying new things out.

Good luck.
lol I was going light and ive been boxing for about 10 years. I actually get bored boxing some of the green guys. When I work with Pros(they never allow recording) and higher amateurs We go a little harder of course. makes me think more. with these guys I may look like im aggressive but its only because they are intimidated and i want them to come out their shell.

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boxer2k5
06-08-2011, 01:51 PM
you guys are new to sparring and it shows just keep shadow boxing and working on combinations:boxing:
new to sparring? show me how its done then?

BG_Knocc_Out
06-09-2011, 01:03 PM
you guys are new to sparring and it shows just keep shadow boxing and working on combinations:boxing:

What the hell? The man obviously knew what the **** he was doing, lol. If he was new to sparring, he'd have been all over the place. He looked comfortable.

sammiza567
06-10-2011, 07:54 AM
better than most i see. but 10 years? keep in mind the first three guys were basically newbees to boxing. the second two were better but still bums.

boxer2k5
06-10-2011, 02:44 PM
yeah. sparring isnt about looking good. but again its hard to look good against green fighters without going hard on them. sometimes when i get aggressive on them its to get them out their shell. when im with pros and top dudes usualy dont allow us to record or i just dont upload it online. but thats when im at my best. when i fight i will def post up for everyone

.WaRCoTTo.
06-12-2011, 02:47 PM
What weight class u in bro?

RurouniYume
06-13-2011, 03:11 AM
You do a lot of ducking that is borderline illegal. You look like you know what you're doing I guess but I really don't find your style very strong or respectable to be honest.

boxer2k5
06-13-2011, 03:52 AM
You do a lot of ducking that is borderline illegal. You look like you know what you're doing I guess but I really don't find your style very strong or respectable to be honest.
borderline illegal? ducking isnt illegal period. tell that to pernell and james toney. and my style is strong because i dont get hit much and i can hit when i please. these are green fighters and im mostly jsut putting in rounds back to back. but thanks for your opinions i do appreciate it. id love to see you move around the ring if you can post any

RurouniYume
06-13-2011, 04:01 AM
borderline illegal? ducking isnt illegal period. tell that to pernell and james toney. and my style is strong because i dont get hit much and i can hit when i please. these are green fighters and im mostly jsut putting in rounds back to back. but thanks for your opinions i do appreciate it. id love to see you move around the ring if you can post any

I was under the impression that ducking below the waistline was illegal. Seems to be a very amateur rule I guess, my mistake. Just doesn't look very appealing in my opinion. I'll get some videos up as soon as I can :)

boxer2k5
06-15-2011, 04:50 PM
I was under the impression that ducking below the waistline was illegal. Seems to be a very amateur rule I guess, my mistake. Just doesn't look very appealing in my opinion. I'll get some videos up as soon as I can :)
james toney and pernell fought very amateurish. lol. btw this is sparring not a fight. big difference. but i do look forward to your videos.i shall post some new ones soon. take care

cja07007
06-15-2011, 07:42 PM
Nice work but post some videos of you sparring guys that make you work and not just guys you are working with. Theres no doubt you got rounds under your belt.

F l i c k e r
06-16-2011, 12:05 AM
borderline illegal? ducking isnt illegal period. tell that to pernell and james toney. and my style is strong because i dont get hit much and i can hit when i please. these are green fighters and im mostly jsut putting in rounds back to back. but thanks for your opinions i do appreciate it. id love to see you move around the ring if you can post any


your not allowed to bend over at the waist. that is supposed to be illegal but i guess some referees let it go. because i have seen it done in pro ppv fights and some were warned and sometimes not.

Rockin'
06-16-2011, 12:44 AM
I remember back when you first started up rollin' the dukes, I wished you luck.

The videos that were shown displayed poise, discipline and some good experience. Obviously your sparring partners were not killers but you handled them exactly as you should have that being with honor. You kept them honest with out putting a beating on them, they obviously respected you in that ring.

I'm interested to know how many bouts you have had and if you have any you can show us. I'll bet that you are doing well.

One thing if I may, in the video of you working the mitts I never saw your trainer make you have to get out of the way of a shot and rolling with your counter shots. You may have done that through the video but I just watched a few minutes of it.

But still, regardless you must know.............
That when you finish delivering your shots that's when most opponents will fire back.

Very nice display man of skill..........................Rockin':boxing:

boxer2k5
06-16-2011, 10:21 PM
whats going on rockin? how are you? I only have a couple sparring with some pros and top guys but you know how the business is when im sparring a pro or top amateur they either dont allow, or you have to pay them to record, and sometimes im told not to put it up so i respect it. but here is some sparring lil while back. as amateur i was 19-3 i was kinda distracted with injuries and my ex lol and ws off last 2 years but im good and training. i had left my manager and went back to my old team and we working on some stuff now. im looking for my debut aug 13.

this is a pro HW 6'4 240 and after is a top amateur 178 sorry for the quality
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same HW above but im going at him southpaw now sorry for quality
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heres a top amateur. he got shot some time after and cant box anymore
im the one with the balck and ankle weights on

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Be_kind_rewind
06-17-2011, 07:02 PM
My trainer would probably personally personally jump over the ropes and ****ing beat my **** for ever boxing like that, He always wants us to look good even if were going easy.

-Jay-
06-17-2011, 10:23 PM
For all the people talking smack, please post your own sparring videos or shut up. Everyone is an expert behind the computer screen these days.

This guy is putting in work and it looks good to me. You aren't meant to try and murder the guys you spar with either, especially if they are smaller then you.

boxer2k5
06-18-2011, 03:49 AM
thanks. I mean i never knew everyone is pose to put on virtuoso performances everytime they spar and fight lol. floyd mayweather has videos of him sparring and lookign like ****. i pretty sure i explained that my best sparring is either not recorded because of the partner or because im not allowed to put it up. not only from my coaches and supporters but other friends i have in the boxing community coachers managers alike tell me not to put stuff up. i say ok ill just put lil stuff up plus i dont have any of the real good **** on footage. but this is why we train im not perfect im not the best but im effective and i win. i make progress and i understand the game. styles make fights and if its nto pleasing to some ok whatever cant please everyone but im going to do my best and win. i dont mind being criticized the reason why i put stuff up here. its part of the game. and ppl who talk about my style must not watch all the vids because not only am i in some rounds orthodox to southpaw but go from moving and angles to counterpunching to being the agressor. but its part of the game training to get better. noone is the best and there is no limit to getting better.

i appreciate everyones opinion and support thank you

"Shion"
06-19-2011, 12:16 AM
I'm guessing you fight at cruiser or heavy weight.

You box well, but sometimes it looks like you just sort of stand there and pass time, you know?

Good stuff, though.

boxer2k5
06-19-2011, 11:35 AM
I'm guessing you fight at cruiser or heavy weight.

You box well, but sometimes it looks like you just sort of stand there and pass time, you know?

Good stuff, though.
yeah sometimes i get bored with green guys because i get yelled at when i go hard on them lol. im do my best to get footage of when i spar other pros and top amateurs.

no my debut is going to be at 175 i believe but im going to campaign at 168. amateur i was 178 and like 3 fights fought 201 but i was comming in under 185 on short notice.

those sparring im right now about 183

Rockin'
06-22-2011, 11:09 PM
You need to shorten your head movement and make the moves crisp and sharp if you want to play with the pros. If you play that game with a taller opponent, that being of having slow and long motioned head movement, a guy with a good jab will be touching you all day. I know that you know that if you can touch a guy with your jab then you can certainly drop the right hand behind it when the proper time arrives. Fast, crisp and short movements..... it's key. When you saw Mike Tyson from back in the day doing his slipping routine while shadowboxing he did everything fast. The distance that he is slipping I believe to be exagerrated for the camera. You dont need to move your head as long/much as he displayed. But learn to move the head as well as the torso, it will help.

Against that tall guy you would get into range, move your head this way and that for seconds at a time with out throwing anything. You take the ground, do your head movements and then the guy punches you. Why wait?
With the tall guys you should roll the shots that are coming at you ala James Toney. It's an easy time to get the step that you need to get into range and punish him. He throws a left hook from the outside, you catch and roll while taking the step forward with your right foot and in syncronicity you land the hook as at the same time your left foot steps forward and diggs into the canvas. The right hand lands as the right foot digs into the canvas. The hands and the feet work together to take ground. I hope you understand what I'm getting at.

Get in there and fight these pros hard, you will fight as you train so why not train as you fight. If your opponent (in the pros) fights at a higher/heavier pace you're not going to have the wind to keep up. Intensity builds champions.

Oh yeah, I didn't see any feints. It's a tool that few really master now a days. It's a great tool when you know how to use your eyes and react upon it fast enough..........Rockin':boxing:

Rockin'
06-22-2011, 11:21 PM
yeah sometimes i get bored with green guys because i get yelled at when i go hard on them lol. im do my best to get footage of when i spar other pros and top amateurs.

no my debut is going to be at 175 i believe but im going to campaign at 168. amateur i was 178 and like 3 fights fought 201 but i was comming in under 185 on short notice.

those sparring im right now about 183

I advice you to try and make that weight of 168 early, just to see if you're trying to take too much off. When you spend acouple of days at that weight see how you feel, you could easily put on a few pounds and loose it by fight time through the training. I'd hate for you to throw away a bout because it took too much out of you just to beat a scale..........Rockin':boxing:

boxer2k5
06-23-2011, 06:17 AM
thanks as always rockin much appreciated

HughJass
06-23-2011, 05:07 PM
Rounds 1 2
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rounds 3 4
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rounds 5 6
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lite pad work till my calf kept cramping and sorry the crap sony hd cam starts shaking for no reason i dont know why
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battery died
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use your jab more and more upper body movement