Boxing: More Than Just a Combat Sport
Through the years, boxing (or pugilism) has excited and has thrilled fans and enthusiasts of all ages. Some have bitten their nails while watching two people fight each other using their fists. Others shouted and screamed when they witnessed a knockout.A Boxing How To Guide – The Left Hook to the Body, A Body Punch Nuclear Winter!
There are plenty of fighters out there who are able to take big head shots without too much of an apparent effect. When it comes to taking a good body punch, those same fighters would be a twitching pile of agonized pain! This ‘Boxing How To Guide’ will tell you how to land that fight-ending left hook to the body that we could all use as a boxing trump card!Jorge “Maromero” Paez: IBF Boxing World Title Fights in Mexicali and the “Clown Prince of Boxing”
A 22 year-old creatively and flashily dressed strong and popular Mexican circus clown Jorge “Maromero” Paez was awarded the opportunity to contest for the IBF boxing world featherweight title. It would be Paez’s first world championship bout, and it would take place in the border city Mexicali against world champion Calvin “Silky Smooth” Grove who was regarded as one of the best and most skillful of USA’s pugilists. Under searing punishing conditions, the two men bravely fought 15-rounds for the prize and Paez did not hesitate to display his signature clowning in the ring. The fight was historical in that it became the signature of the last 15-round boxing matchs, the last televised in USA. There would be a rematch, and when “El Maromero” moved to California, he would internationally become the “Clown Prince of Boxing.”Boxing Rules: The Referee
The referee is responsible for implementing the boxing rules during a boxing match. The role of the referee Referees have the following duties: Give instructions to both boxers before the start of the fight. Decide when to start or stop a count when a boxer is down.High Quality Fight Gear
Selecting high quality fight gear is very important and difficult as well. As it’s essential for every fighter to wear the gear. So I have selected this topic because I am going to discus the fight gear in this material aspect.Boxing Rules: Amateur Boxing and Professional Boxing
The boxing match takes place in a square ring. The ring size for amateur matches is 16 – 20 square feet and for professional boxing is 16 to 24 square feet. Also the ring floor should have felt or foam rubber covered by canvas.How To Throw Power Punches
There are various punches one can throw during a boxing match. Knowing all of them and mastering them takes time and practice. Power punches are something that require skill, this technique is discussed in this article.How To Knock Someone Out With A Single Punch
There are ways to deliver a single knockout punch. In this article there are some great pointers on how to achieve this and get you well on your way to delivering that single punch knock out.Dirty Boxing Techniques To Use For Winning Real Street Fights
There are some dirty boxing techniques that people use to ensure that they win a fight. In this article there are some great pointers on how to execute these techniques whether you are inside the ring or not.How To Beat A Mixed Martial Arts With Boxing
Having confidence within your own skills and practicing proper techniques will take you far in boxing. It is possible for a boxer to beat someone that is trained in mixed martial arts.How To Create An Impenetrable Defense
Defense is equally as important as offense, especially in a boxing match. It is important to build an impenetrable defense, here are some pointers on how to achieve that.Pad Holding 101 for Boxing Conditioning
On many if not most occasions you will be required to work with a pad holder whilst completing your fitness training in boxing conditioning. It is vital that the pad holder has an understanding of the requirements to enable the boxer to gain the full benefits of their training. Generally pad holding can be broken down into two areas of the stance and catching of boxer’s punches, with the additional constant focus of working on your pad holding.