How to Box – 15 Boxing Tips
Boxing involves mostly punching and defense. It may not sound very complicated, but training to knock an opponent out requires complication and sweating off those muscles to a huge extent. Here are a few tips to help in training, improve your punch and develop your defense.John Baker Muwanga and Oscar Joseph Nsubuga: Uganda Sibling Boxing Champions
John Baker Muwanga, one of the best regarded of Uganda’s boxing champions, was born on April 2nd 1956 in the vicinity of Kampala, growing up in Nsambya. The late Joseph Nsubuga, another of Uganda’s renowned former boxers, was Muwanga’s older half-brother. Equally unique and fascinating is how Muwanga started boxing, how he progressed, and why and how he hang up his gloves.Uganda Pugilist John “the Matador” Munduga: The Buddy of John “the Beast” Mugabi
Pugilist John Munduga, a Lugbara of northwestern Uganda ancestry was one of the nation’s top boxers during his amateur career of the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. He was conspicuous for his lean build and tallness. Though he was in the lower weight classes, he was slightly over 6 feet tall. He has been regarded as one of the most skillful of Ugandan boxers. He would dabble as captain of the Uganda boxing team as he represented Uganda in several regional tournaments. Munduga competed at the summer Olympics that were held in Moscow in 1980, and he was there the national captain. As a professional, he fought in Europe and the United States where he brawled with several famous and top boxers. Munduga had a very high knockout ratio, and he remained undefeated for a relatively long time.What Equipment Do You Need for Boxing?
Do you want to start boxing and choose boxing as a professional career? The first thing you need to know is the types of equipment needed for boxing training. To guide you on the matter, here is a perfect article to help you.How To Find Boxing Gyms In Your Area
Want to learn how to throw a punch like a pro boxer? Here’s how to locate reputable boxing gyms in your area.Boxing Politics, Still An Unavoidable Part Of The Sport
Even in 2015, the back and forth posturing is still frustratingly prevalent in the industry. Boxing is one of the oldest sports there is and as such carries a lot of history, baggage and in some senses, old school ways.Whom To Bet On The Mayweather Jr Vs. Pacquiao Big Fight
The best way to appreciate the virtues and shortcomings of both Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao without any bias is not to take side with of the boxers. As both the boxers prepare themselves for their fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 2nd, it becomes almost nigh impossible to reason with the fans of why any of them would lose, as no fan will accept his choice of fighter as the second best and has a worse chance of winning the bout. However, for the boxing experts, the flaws on a fighter as well as…Boxing Gloves Buying Guide: Tips to Remember
Boxing gloves are one of the important ingredient of boxing sports. They varies both in sizes and weights. Deciding which one pair to buy is a big conundrum. So this article clearly explain in detail that which one pair to buy.Ultra White Collar Boxing – From Rookie to Rocky in Eight Weeks
Boxing without doubt is a one of the most challenging of all sports. It requires speed, agility, finesse, power, endurance, and ultimate mental toughness. Boxing pushes you like no other, pitting you against an opponent with the same desire to win as yourself.After 5-6 Years of Disappointment, Agony, Anxiety and Longing, This May Very Well Be the Year!
This has been long awaited. Find out why in 2015 Floyd Mayweather and Manny Paquiao will face off.Basic and Easy Muay Thai Workouts
To be a good muay thai fighter you need a rigorous workouts. Here you can find some of the very basic and best techniques to train and master your muay thai skills.The Evolution of the Sport of Boxing
Boxing may have the longest history of any sport. Learn how something as basic as a fistfight evolved into today’s modern sport.