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Old 02-06-2005, 07:58 PM
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if your hitting a bag, your wrapping your hands or your asking for trouble. i've heard of muay thai fighters doing it, but it really doesn't even help. (they wrap their hands for fights any way) Your fists don't need to be that rough to hurt your opponent in a fist fight anyway. i agree that boxing is the best training for street fights. and if you do get in a fight, fight like a man, don't kick him and knee him. just slug his brains out.
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Old 02-09-2005, 09:00 PM
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actually monks can hit harder than boxers, but it isnt a punch

im not sure which monks do it but they 'train' their pointing fingers to become strong as ****

ive seen like groups of them tapping this wooden thing it was basically a little wooden crater over and over with the same finger, over teh course of like 10-25 years to perfect it. they tap your forehead once and you got a serious problem.

puts a new meaning to the word 'Touch of Sleep', davarryl would be interested in this post probably
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Old 02-09-2005, 09:16 PM
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I'll take a strong fist over a strong finger any day.
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:54 PM
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I agree with everyone regarding protecting your hands. But as for kickboxing, they have shins that are hard as hell. The difference is that the shin is one long large bone (insert joke here) The hand is way more complicated and has lots of smaller bones and is much more susceptible to damage. If you have to fight in the street, go for the body, it's a lot softer and normal people ususally can't take good body shots. Not like all us tough as hell boxers!
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Old 02-11-2005, 02:25 PM
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I agree with everyone regarding protecting your hands. But as for kickboxing, they have shins that are hard as hell. The difference is that the shin is one long large bone (insert joke here) The hand is way more complicated and has lots of smaller bones and is much more susceptible to damage. If you have to fight in the street, go for the body, it's a lot softer and normal people ususally can't take good body shots. Not like all us tough as hell boxers!
So true, i knocked a trained boxer to the ribbs on wednesday and a can only imagine what that one left uppercut would do to some drunk untrained fool.
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Old 03-16-2005, 10:47 AM
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Do you think it is better to train with actual boxing gloves when punchin the heavy bag or to use speed gloves, the ones with the metal pole inside them
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Old 03-16-2005, 12:14 PM
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There's no way your knuckles will ever toughen hard enough to handle the stress of punching a bag. Always use handwraps and gloves.

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Old 03-16-2005, 02:14 PM
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I'm not training, for a boxing match, I just want to be better in a real fist fight. I heard Chinese Monks, hit the ground 1,000 times a day (something like that), to form their fist "Steel like", thats why I'm asking.
your nto going to do much in a street fight with sore messed up hands

they are going to be more fragile than hard

heavybag is leather its going to eat your hand up

id otn even think you should hit it with wraps alone

wraps and gloves

i cut my finger hitting the bag with jsut wraps on
and it messed me up for liek 2 weeks while training

also dont train to fight in the streets work on not fighting in the streets

hard hands dont mean **** if you cant hit someone
go train and get somethign out of it

not court cases and heat in the streets
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Old 03-16-2005, 02:30 PM
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also dont train to fight in the streets work on not fighting in the streets
Boxer2k5, thats what its about. Just because you learn how to fight doesnt mean that you need to fight in the street. There is no honor in fighting in the street. There is more honor in just knowing what could be done to somebody and then just walking away with a smile.........Rockin'
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Old 03-16-2005, 04:42 PM
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if u want to get stranger wrists/hands, do hand excersises.

Wrist curls, finger push ups, fist push ups, towel pull ups- all the like are great excersises to strengthen ur hand/ wrist

hitting a heavy bag without wraps will cause u to break ur wrist and/or bones in ur hand. u can however hit a speed bag without any wraps
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