Conor Mcgregor came into his boxing match with Floyd Mayweather already featuring a great glove control game. If people weren’t willfully ignorant they would have appreciated the high level the fight was fought at. The same techniques not found in the boxing manual that you see in a legendary fight like Rumble In The Jungle was also used skillfully by Mayweather and Mcgregor in their historic fight. Yes I said it! Ali vs Foreman was comparable to Mayweather vs McGregor in many ways.
Can Conor McGregor resist the urge to dumb down his ability to think vs Mayweather. There has been so much ignorant talk online by fans, media, and sadly enough boxers/coaches about this fight. McGregor and his team could be in this fight in regards to scoring if they just take their time. Attacking Mayweather’s Jab, not smothering himself, always throwing one extra punch in combinations, and overall being patient no matter what should be their game plan. Everything and anything else is simply not smart and a repeat of 49 other competitions.
Floyd Mayweather is the Grand Master of Chess wait I mean boxing. His patience is a discipline. His patience is the ultimate humility of a Martial Artist. He respects his opponents by taking his time, reading their tendencies, and adjusting second by second throughout competition. This usually frustrates many an opponent and force the opponent to fight how he allows them to fight. So most of his opponents end up having to spazz out to establish any type of positive offense.
Working on some Big Man Game techniques with Manachai. Manachai is a Muay Thai Prospect competing out of Bangkok. He is an explosive athlete with potential to be a World Champ. In this training video we are developing techniques that could translate when his athleticism starts to fade later in his career.
The difference between an old guy that Mastered the FUNdamentals of Boxing. Roy Jones lost his athleticism which took away a lot of his best traits. This is a great examples of how “Small Things are All Things” in Boxing. Mastering the basics is way more important than strength for example when you get older. George Foreman is another great example of this theory.
Floyd Mayweather vs Saul “Canelo” Alvarez was a matchup I didn’t think was completely in favor of Floyd Mayweather at the time they fought. I had done plenty of homework on Canelo at the time and he wasa really good developing boxing prospect mentally. Add in his strength… However Mayweather as usual knows his best. What did he know? Mayweather knew Big Man Game Formula. He stood his ground and at times backed Canelo up with a presence physically that is FUNdamental to Big Man Game. Canelo I’m sure learned a ton from this fight. Canelo has the smartest team in boxing and I’m sure would make the necessary adjustments to make a possible future fight vs Mayweather much more competitive.
Vasyl Lomachenko vs Floyd Mayweather: Who had the better “Control Game” in their prime???
Control is a function of fun. When I’m not in control, I’m not having fun.
Loma and Pretty Boy have some of the best Control options in boxing history. Whose was better. Who used theirs for offense, defense, or and even combined all three together best?
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