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So I pretty much watch ufc but I want to know what I need to know to get into boxing. Any help?
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Check out IFL and Behind the gloves on YouTube for regular Interviews with boxers and promotors, get to know who you want to support. Obviously boxing highlights is always entertaining to watch!
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Scrut wroteCheck out IFL and Behind the gloves on YouTube for regular Interviews with boxers and promotors, get to know who you want to support. Obviously boxing highlights is always entertaining to watch!
thanks. I don't really know who's who atm
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Heavyweight division is hot at the moment with Anthony Joshua and Fury just signed a two fight deal for next year.

Hasn't been boxing on for a while as they don't have an arena like the UFC does, although Eddie Hearn ( Boxing promoter for Matchroom Boxing) has built a ring on the gardens of the office. So we have 3 fight nights announced but this one will only be the one worth watching tbf Whyte v Povetkin
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I don't watch much boxing, I heavily prefer MMA, but I love watching Fury fight and Klitschko e.g., the sport of boxing just seems really inactive for me and if you're in trouble, you hug your opponent and catch your breath, where in MMA if you do that, you risk getting yourself taken down or being put into a Thai clinch and being kneed and elbowed to shit
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I like to watch from time to time, not many sports I do watch tbh mainly UFC, Boxing every now and then
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Does boxing flies count ? I can hit combos with this hands but only in flies :/
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Joey wroteSo I pretty much watch ufc but I want to know what I need to know to get into boxing. Any help?


I love UFC too. I will only watch boxing when Fury is fighting etc.
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JoeI wroteHeavyweight division is hot at the moment with Anthony Joshua and Fury just signed a two fight deal for next year.

Hasn't been boxing on for a while as they don't have an arena like the UFC does, although Eddie Hearn ( Boxing promoter for Matchroom Boxing) has built a ring on the gardens of the office. So we have 3 fight nights announced but this one will only be the one worth watching tbf Whyte v Povetkin


Check BoxingRec aswell research top 5ish in each weight division, worth following pound4pound boxers aswell. There's a bloke that I've been following for ages called Anthony Sims JR who's bound to win belts in the future also josh Taylor is another fantastic boxer.

Very much like football or any sport find a guy(s) or girl you like and follow them
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