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    Kenny Adams, a longtime trainer and former amateur and Olympic boxer himself, will be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame next week alongside the rest of the Hall's Class of 2024. Known for his transformative impact on fighters such as Edwin Valero and Vince Phillips, as well as his pivotal role with the 1984 U.S. Olympic boxing team, he has guided numerous champions and Olympians, earning him an iconic status among boxing insiders and enthusiasts. In a recent conversation with BoxingScene, Adams shared insights into his unique boxing journey and illustrious coaching career.
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  • #2
    Kenny Adams is an interesting guy, I wish this interview had gone into more specifics about his training methods.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post
      Kenny Adams is an interesting guy, I wish this interview had gone into more specifics about his training methods.
      Shoulder, man I agree with you! Good brain to pick!
      pnut901 pnut901 likes this.

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      • #4
        Kennedy Mckinney and Marco Antonio Barrera was the first fight on HBO'S Boxing After Dark if I remember correctly. The fights involving Barrera, McKinney , and Junior Poison Jones were some fantastic battles. Kenny Adams had his guys ready for war. I'm going to rewatch those today , a little appetizer for the weekends fights.

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