All posts by Fayz

Thomas Hearns – A Masterclass on the Feint

Thomas Hearns

Recently I have made a number of videos on the feint and how they were used by various fighters, for good reason too because feinting is such an essential art in boxing, I just cannot believe you can afford to box without proper use of the feint because the better the boxer you are going […]

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Closing the Gap – Bernard Hopkins

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So what is one referring to when they talk about ‘closing the gap’? Closing the gap in boxing usually refers to closing the distance between yourself and the your opponent. <br /> Ok so we have established that closing the gap is basically the distance between you and your opponent, that gap can also be […]

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Nicolino Locche and the Feint

nicolino locche and the feint

In today’s article I am going to go over the feint and how it was used by Nicolino Locche to win the world light welterweight title back in 1968. The feint is used to open an opponent up by faking a punch to extract a reaction to help you read what your opponent is going […]

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How to Fight Someone Bigger than you by Charley Burley

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Recently I put up a quick video on social media about Charley Burley. Now Burley was the first person I featured in my book Forgotten Legends of the Ring, Burley is often cited as the greatest boxer never to win a world title, not because he wasn’t good enough but because he was also the […]

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Old School Boxing – Defending the Jab Cross

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The Catch and Step Out Defending the jab cross is second only to defending the jab in the combinations you will have to face and defend against as a boxer. The old one, two is the most basic combination of them all and as such that means it is the combo you will likely see […]

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Kovalev vs Yarde and Lomachenko vs Campbell

Vasyl Lomachenko vs Luke Campbell Prediction

So this past weekend we had a ‘big’ fight over in Russia where Sergey Kovalev battled against the young challenger Anthony Yarde and tonight we have pound for pound star Vasyl Lomachenko going to fellow Olympic champion Luke Campbells back yard. First, the fight review for Kovalev vs Yarde. Kovalev had look rejuvenated under the […]

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The Check Hook

Check Hook

The hook is one of the most explosive, if not the most explosive punch in boxing. Left hook knockouts(or right hook if you happen to be a southpaw) provide many a highlight reel and the greatest exponents of the hook are celebrated in boxing. Who had the greatest left hook for example? You might hear […]

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How to Use the Uppercut by Sugar Ray Robinson

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how to use the uppercut by sugar ray robinson.

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On This Day – Salvador Sanchez Dies…

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On August 12th 1982, Salvador Sanchez would die in a car crash whilst still in training for his next fight. Sanchez was just 23yrs old.

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Who was the Best ever Boxing trainer?

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Boxing Coach – Who’s the greatest? Boxing trainers don’t always get a lot of love, they are the people who work diligently in the background, making sure their fighter is in shape for the contest, working on a game plan, ensuring the fighter makes weight, gets his sparring partners. When a fighter wins or puts […]

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