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Andre Ward V Carl ‘The Cobra’ Froch – October 29th 2011
This October the undefeated Super Middleweight Andre Ward takes on the battled hardened Brit Car Froch in a unification battle which doubles as the final of The Super Six Tournament. On the line will be Ward’s WBA belt and Froch’s WBC strap. The fight will go some way to deciding the hierarchy in the Super Middleweight division, with the winner hopefully going on to fight undefeated Canadian belt holder Lucien Bute.Uganda and the 1970 Dual Boxing Match-Up With the Soviet Union
The population of the Soviet Union in 1970 was approximately 240 million and Soviet amateur boxers were rated as among the best in the world. The dual boxing match-up was intriguing given Uganda’s recent boxing victory at the Commonwealth Games; and the growing tradition of boxing in the two nations. The Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics was a superpower, while third world country Uganda had a scanty population of approximately 10 million.Why A Boxer Should Relax!
It is important to remember to relax during boxing so you do not get overwhelmed and end up injuring yourself. Keeping a clear and open mind has many benefits when in the boxing ring.Knockout Vs Concussion
As a boxer it is important to understand your potential injuries. There is a big difference between a knockout and a concussion.Finding The Right Boxing Gloves
In choosing the correct boxing gloves a boxer will need to consider a few points. That boxing gloves that are chosen can make or break your game.How to Control Your Breathing in Boxing
When it comes to boxing one of the most important things is learning how to breath properly. Knowing how to do so is just as important as any other part of boxing.Wladimir Klitschko Vs David Haye – Imtech Arena, Hamburg, Germany, Saturday 02 July 2011
On the 2nd of July 2011 David ‘The Hayemaker’ Haye faces the biggest challenge of his boxing life when he squares up against the might of the number one heavyweight in the World; Wladimir ‘Dr Steelhammer’ Klitschko. In arguably the highest profile fight since Lennox Lewis destroyed Mike Tyson almost a decade ago, two of the top three heavyweights fight it out in a unification battle. At stake will be Haye’s WBA belt, which he won against the lumbering limited giant Nikolai Valuev in 2009 and has defended twice against John Ruiz and Audley Harrison. Haye is adamant that he will retire before he turns 31 later in the year regardless of the outcome of this bout, but a victory would surely make a fight against Wladimir’s WBC champion brother Vitali a ‘must make mega-matchup’.How To Use Boxing For Street Fighting
Boxing is a highly effective method of self defense for the streets. Boxers are the best strikers and have the most lethal fists of any fighting styles. When two fighters are equal in skills, it’s almost always striking that decides who is victorious.David Haye Vs Wladimir Klitschko
The most anticipated heavyweight title fight in recent years occurs on July 2nd in Hamburg, Germany. David Haye takes on Wladimir Klitschko in what promises to be a boxing clash to be remembered. Haye has risen from the ranks to challenge a fighter that along with his brother Vitali, has dominated the heavyweight boxing scene since the retirement of Lennox Lewis in 2004.Dream Fights: Jon Jones Vs Anderson Silva
The wonderful thing about this possible dream matchup is that it could actually still happen. Both men are still fighting in the UFC, albeit in different weight divisions. Both men are also currently the champions.Boxing For Kids and Its Benefits for the Young Ones
The world of boxing has always been an interesting field of sport. It is ruled by the greatest of greats, namely Sugar Ray Robinson, Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard and Manny Pacquiao. They all had that particular star power and the skills to show.Kassim “the Dream” Ouma and the WBA Middleweight Title Fight With Gennady Golovkin: Preview
Kassim Ouma (27-7-1, 17 knockouts) is next scheduled to be at the Arena Roberto Duran in Panama City to challenge WBA (World Boxing Association) middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin (20-0, 17 knockouts) for the prestigious title. It will happen on Friday, June 17th 2011. But it will not be easy for Ouma; this will undoubtedly be one of his biggest battles. Golovkin who is from Kazakhstan and is based in Germany, is a well-built and strong commendable cautious boxer who delivers that rocking early rounds’ knock-out in the tradition of such boxers as John “the Beast” Mugabi and Teofilo Stevenson.