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News Of Kell Brook v Gennady Golovkin Shakes Up The Boxing World

Kell Brook V Gennady Golovkin Set For September Clash   The Boxing world was recently shook up again when news was announced undefeated IBF Welterweight Champion Kell Brook would be challenging Middleweight King Gennady Golovkin on UK shores in September later this year. The big shock wasnt just that Kell Brook would be climbing up […]

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How To Punch Harder

how to punch harder

Increasing your punching power This is a question I get asked a lot when coaching Boxing, along with increasing your punching speed. There is never a simple answer to the question, it is often said that punchers are born and not made, and I do believe that you will come across people, who no matter […]

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How To Box Against A Southpaw

Vasyl Lomachenko vs Luke Campbell Prediction

How To Fight A Southpaw Here is a quick run down of some key points to remember on how to box against a southpaw. Fighting a southpaw is never easy if you are an orthodox boxer,simply because we just do not come across them often enough, whereas for a southpaw he is most often fighting against […]

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Don’t Be Predictable!

Don’t be Predictable! To the untrained eye, Boxing to many is just a mindless slug fest, two men(or women) step inside a ring in front of hundreds or thousands of fans and commence to pummel each other until one is defeated, there’s no thinking involved, just a battle of brute strength to see who hits the hardest and […]

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Boxing vs Cricket

Boxing vs Cricket As someone who has been involved in both sports, I cannot help but look at the similarities between the two sports, now ok, I hear you all murmuring to yourselves, what the hell is this guy talking about? Cricketers stand around half of the day in the outfield looking forward to lunchtimes […]

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How To Wrap Your Hands

There are a number of ways you can wrap your hands, I would recommend you use wraps which are at least 4.5m in length. Here Spencer Oliver demonstrates just one of the many ways he uses to wrap the hands.      

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