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  • #11
    Scraping the daily mail for an old news article??

    Every fight this rematchroom hypejob is going back to basics.
    Shredding & going from box puncher to safety first, no engaging back peddler for Ruiz 2 was a game plan dum dum.

    Raw attributes only work against the succession of shot 38-41 yr old men he boxed (4of6)
    No coincidencethe last 2 he boxed of his own generation both beat him.

    As you guess, not a fan but if he was to go full Haggler Hearns & got the early win I'd respect him for the first time.
    Last edited by Sayithowitisuk; 05-25-2022, 08:16 AM.

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    • #12
      Rob McCracken is a solid trainer, I think it is really weasel like the way people are blaming him.

      Joshua lost to Ruiz Junior 1 and Uysk, because of himself.

      At the end of the day, Joshua in my opinion? Mold's his own training.

      It was Joshua's decision after Ruiz 1, to suddenly obsess over being all technical and dropping weight. Nobody else decision but his own.

      I still think Joshua will win this rematch, his ability to obsess helps him during a long game. Joshua is speaking all technical here, but I am not expecting that kind of fight.




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      • #13
        Originally posted by PRINCEKOOL View Post
        Rob McCracken is a solid trainer, I think it is really weasel like the way people are blaming him.

        Joshua lost to Ruiz Junior 1 and Uysk, because of himself.

        At the end of the day, Joshua in my opinion? Mold's his own training.

        It was Joshua's decision after Ruiz 1, to suddenly obsess over being all technical and dropping weight. Nobody else decision but his own.

        I still think Joshua will win this rematch, his ability to obsess helps him during a long game. Joshua is speaking all technical here, but I am not expecting that kind of fight.



        You only need to look at his accomplishments over a sustained period at all levels to know that McCracken knows what he's doing. What kind of fight are you expecting?

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        • #14
          Originally posted by Sayithowitisuk View Post
          Scraping the daily mail for an old news article??

          Every fight this rematchroom hypejob is going back to basics.
          Shredding & going from box puncher to safety first, no engaging back peddler for Ruiz 2 was a game plan dum dum.

          Raw attributes only work against the succession of shot 38-41 yr old men he boxed (4of6)
          No coincidencethe last 2 he boxed of his own generation both beat him.

          As you guess, not a fan but if he was to go full Haggler Hearns & got the early win I'd respect him for the first time.
          I'll be sure to let him know bro, as I'm sure your respect is really important to him

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          • #15
            Seek and destroy should be the game plan along with maximizing cardio. He should be running sprints and throwing constant punches in bunches so he dont tire out while seek and destroy mentality is applied. Of course that's the simple breakdown but that's the only chance he has.

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            • #16
              I could do a better job than rob

              "yeah josh, great work, great stuff, stick behind the jab son, lovely"
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              • #17
                Didn't he say something similar right after Angel joined the team to help prepare him for the Ruiz rematch?

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                • #18
                  I think this proves even Usyk's win over Joshua is overrated.
                  Putting him as P4P #1 is so stupid. There's a reason even Canelo was considering moving up to fight Makabu.
                  Why is it always a white guy? First Loma, then Canelo, now Usyk.
                  Give Crawford and Spence their props. Winner of that fight is the most skilled (offensively/defensively) and toughest fighter out there.

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by Get em up View Post
                    Seek and destroy should be the game plan along with maximizing cardio. He should be running sprints and throwing constant punches in bunches so he dont tire out while seek and destroy mentality is applied. Of course that's the simple breakdown but that's the only chance he has.
                    His cardio isn't the issue, you could have him running daily marathons and he would still gas out because its nervous energy and he ****s his lungs out in the ring.

                    A psychologist would be more useful seriously

                    He will never fight seek and destroy vs Usyk, never.

                    Anthony Joshua is not confident coming forward, he is more of a look for openings type of guy, he's decent at counterpunching and OK at long range boxing.

                    He can be devastating if he catches a guy with a clean counter and goes for the finish but he needs his opponent to be seriously hurt to be confident enough to open up.

                    The only way he wins this fight is bby teaching him to use his size, wrestle, stink the joint out, make it really dull ugly grapple fest and hope in that kind of a scenario Usyk's tank empties before Joshuas.

                    He will NEVER beat him in a clean fight.
                    Last edited by Earl-Hickey; 05-25-2022, 08:43 AM.

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                    • #20
                      Can Joshua do better? Sure. But do not discount Usyk level of brilliance. And his chin. Seems to be one of those guys where will and chin go hand in hand. Neither can be dented

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