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.
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.
“Congrats to Floyd on a well fought match. Very experienced and methodical in his work. I wish him well in retirement. He is a heck of a boxer. His experience, his patience and his endurance won him this fight hands down. I always told him he was not a fighter but a boxer. But sharing the ring with him he is certainly a solid fighter. Strong in the clinch. Great understanding of frames and head position. He has some very strong tools he could bring into an MMA game for sure.”
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.
When I watched Doumbe vs Holzken I saw this athlete doing so many things I was always told you can’t do in Kickboxing/Muay Thai like moving. So this highlight is a technical highlight and an ode to Doumbe’s outside the box approach. Also a huge salute to Eddie Abasolo, Diego Llamas, and Coach Kirian Fitzgibbons at CSA Gym.
Can Conor McGregor Avoid Smothering Himself vs Floyd Mayweather? Can He Be Disciplined & Patient?
Floyd Mayweather will sometimes go to the ropes vs Conor McGregor. Saul Alvarez did a great job of giving himself opportunities to land by maintaining a fair amount of distance in such situations. It’s paramount that Conor utilizes some of his wall training from Mixed Martial Arts to give himself a higher chance of landing punches when Mayweather is against the
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.
@chingizallazov may be the most complete combat sports fighter walking the earth right now that no one is talking about.
His skill set is very complete. His decision making is damn near without flaw and his technique is Fundamental.