Eddie Abasolo is definitely not one of the hardest workers in the gym. He is the smartest workers in the gym. Ok I lied, he trains harder than anyone else also. I’d struggle to describe the types of drills Eddie does because people won’t start doing them until the year 2074.
Tevin Farmer vs Kenichi Ogawa was a high level Chess match this past weekend. Kenichi worked very hard trying to land punches on Farmer who blocked, slipped, and rolled the majority of those attempts. It’s ahrd to accept the argument that Kenichi won because he came forward.
Word just in is there is definitely a method to Deontay Wilder’s Madness or as most call it boxing technique. Obviously the world awaits Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder and that anticipation was further escalated with both of their recent wins. Are you a fan of both fighters? Who wins this future match up and why?
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Canelo vs GGG Post Fight Thoughts & Educational Highlight W/ Billy Briscoe & Adelaide Byrd
Canelo vs GGG was a good Chess Match. Who do you think won?
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Daniel Jacobs worked diligently to put himself in good positions in his fight with GGG. He did this with small things, fundamentals, or even basics if you dare. Of course that takes a ton of heart and composure to even try.
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.
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.
Conor McGregor needs to be in dominant positions all night long vs Floyd Mayweather. Will Mayweather fall for Conor’s traps? Can Mayweather press the attack safely being physical like he does vs all southpaw’s to break their will? Can Conor avoid moments of laziness? So many questions will be answered when these two athletes meet August 26th.
Floyd Mayweather is very rarely if ever controlled. The moments he is controlled, his tendency is to adjust immediately, regaining control of the fight one second at a time. Conor McGregor has won all of his fights with an extremely advanced control game featuring glove, hand, head, feint, Big Man Game, and many other forms of control. Needless to say Control Is Fun! Which fighter will Control this fight?