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    Liffguard's Avatar
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    First time boxing (videos)

    Couple of weeks ago my uni boxing club put on a little smoker event to get all of us new guys used to fighting in a ring with a crowd. Good fun was had by all and 'cause there were odd numbers I got roped into fighting twice. Anyway, here are a couple of vids for your entertainment.

    Fight 1, I'm the white dude with the black headguard.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSkVxnSFwJY

    Fight 2, I'm in the red headguard this time, coming from the same corner, I'm the shorter one.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWbKTL37Vrg

    So yeah. Watch, laugh and critique. Feel free to verbally beat me down, I'm just a glutton for punishment.
    Dedicated to legs and the disrespecting thereof.

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    really clean techniques, if i didnt know i woulda thought 2 pros sparring lol

    keep it up

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    Not bad at all. You threw some good counterpunches there, and made good use of the jab to the body.

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    Nice work dude. Very clean technique, especially since you're beginners.
    Last edited by solfish; 4/09/2008 1:14pm at . Reason: Sounded Wrong

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    BJJ might make you a better ground fighter, but Judo will make you a better dancer. Join us... or die

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    Very nice, good head movement.

    Methinks you should change your style field to include boxing.

    PS Awesome soundtrack.

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    You look a bit stiff and tense, you need to loosen up and get a more fluid technique. Keep training though, you are well on your way.

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