18 Burst results for "Professional Boxing"

Mike Tyson put a shark to sleep with his bare hands

Radio From Hell

01:43 min | 4 months ago

Mike Tyson put a shark to sleep with his bare hands

"Well, this headline caught my eye. Mike Tyson was so scared of diving with a £200 shark that he vomited during his Tyson versus Jaws. Shark Week. Special, Really? Mike Tyson knocked out 44 opponents during his professional boxing career. Now the 54 year old can add a shark to that list after putting one to sleep with his bare hands as part of Shark Week on Discovery. Dubbed Tyson versus Jaws Rumble on the reef. A boxing legend undertook a trio of increasingly difficult and frightening challenges with seas Apex predator in the Bahamas in an effort to try to conquer his fears of returning to the ring. So he succeeded in all the tasks given to him. Tyson was so nervous before the final challenge, which saw him swim uncaged with a group of £200 lemon sharks. He vomited on the dive boat before getting in the water. He was so scared. But he's like it. See, I thought this was going to be him in a shark cage agents. He's down in the water. And he puts this Shark in like a sleeper hold with some shark experts standing there. Next to people are gonna watch this. This will be Shark Week's most popular show. I'm sure. Well, now that I know this, I'll watch that. Yeah. It's sports sort of. He does something called tonic immobility, So if you grab a shark's nose It puts it kind of in a hypnosis like state of in activity. Do you have to say I got your nose? I got your nose. But I don't watch that in the shark's eyes, Dollars eyes and they roll right over.

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"professional boxing" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Question. Are you going to have to re accidentally because you say as far as scared because he didn't cite theory or a._j. Now you're talking about the reimagining rematch but wow there's been publicly. We all seen it right after the fact that he wanted to reach are you. Are you going to ask asked me a question. You ask the question okay. So why do well get a dollar theory. He wants to immediate rematch. Free does the water so i can't say wildlife scared. Don't take the fifteen million dollars flat fee and fight a._j. But he was smart enough to read his fucking remorse as close awesome on how that sound they don't they don't sit me so he's not in the predicament end era in right now so i can't say no. He was not scared because he was willing and able to go do it okay is afraid no at first. I didn't think he was <unk> of freight. If i want to no not at all i thank the way he he him his business. He's a screw businessman. Essential gotta respect 'cause. I got a major in business but society so he was afraid. I think all these guys. I don't think if you're a professional boxing thing you're afraid of anybody and i was just being facetious of about the b._b._c. She s exactly and that's all i wanna get. I wanted to get to you being honest instead of making jokes because i actually was wilder fred because wilder the wilder in my scenario is crawford right absolutely same same scenario exactly so my thing is when tyson jason fury fights schwartz we get on them when tyson fury fights older will wallin we get on them when a._j. Jay tries or announce a not announced but alleged to fight something. That doesn't sound right. We get on them. You know what i mean so i'm just you're saying had the same energy i don't think when when when when fury feis worse in a while we get on because we know there's a site that he you can take he can actually take. There's not a fight on p._p._c. Tears crawford can actually take those guys saying something. That's not true you you know. The donald siri has the time to cite wilder but he chose not to spout swertz. He fought while he has that blackhawks that don't have it. He can't fight go fight danny conglomeration on or earl or a because all those guys have said i got things on my side mystery. Danny is in talks with like he got a garcia according to see your video last night. All i'm saying is this. The examples are the the jamaican. I really strong amounting. Go here yeah. They're not strong because you rather rent for three minutes so that i i can't make my point but if you point your attention to the graphic is says the onta- wilder has decided to hand a rematch to luis ortiz necks rather than face tyson fury anthony joshua or dillion white so deontay wilder announced luis ortiz. He's necks right tyson. Fury for schwartz deontay wilder still fighting luis ortiz necks so tyson fury doesn't have the ability to fight deontay wilder so for you to lie and say that oh that's why our energy was different because he could afford no. He can't wilder announced his next fight knock fury so now that wilders busy furious fighting who's available totally the same scenario for crawford county. You can speak when i'm done like you told me. Fury it has to fight..

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"professional boxing" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You're very patriotic. We're very proud to be part of the United States. And you said it contributed to your, your sense of self discipline sort of helped you carry on the things you learn through boxing. So now what happens when you get out of the army, I. At the time I was going to yell eighty Soviet. When I was seventeen and she was fourteen and that was my first love. Yeah, I it was popular with internet to be the real thing. I guess, in anything you've been married, how many years? Been married fifty four years. It's amazing. Wonderful relationships are now you get out your high school sweetheart. So is she supportive of your boxing career? What is she she? She did not know boxing, when she first met me because he said he was thin. And looked that you kinda kinda kinda skinny I dunno. Couple of your body. It was it was the beginning of my join my longer anyway. Now we ended up getting sixty sixty five year out of the service and now now you're gonna what are you going to pursue? If you decide you're not gonna go into continue to be performed. I continue to professional boxing, and I had a couple of more fights changed. A couple of times if have an eighteen Rick it hasn't professional and people say, wow. One defeat back play and your career. And you went undefeated after that. Why did you quit? It was not in bandages about three or four times looking for somebody to write down Brexit didn't happen. Skirt. Let me ask you a question, just to educate our audience is a manager and a matchmaker, because I don't think that people, quite understand behind the scenes like they don't understand behind the scenes and show biz. It's not just the perform. There are people that there's decisions that have to be made and, and to go. She acions and all those things that people don't quite understand the difference between a manager and a matchmaker promoter. How does that work? He didn't have a good manager to be pretty well connected with promoters. And with the. Have a good manager, who doesn't have any relationship with promoters. Fight fight. Imagine square motives, who put these together. And of course, you can find Indiana's you pretty pretty decent fight to find decent and phony message. Quake on professional was when I lost difficult to overcome promoters. So anyway, I didn't get the right management team behind me. And then it before you buy. I'm to make a move now. Here we are. Nineteen sixty seven around it. I'm not going to wear sixty eight. Packed in. At the museum, and it was a city job, most people who stayed pension to continue fighting before I love that you love the sport. I finally quit boxing and that's my wife. Oh, I got into and visit visit to get involved with Thai working part time job with exterminating company. Really bronx. And what happened was I was so boxing job before, you know, it getting my own plan, and I did pretty good with it. I had a nice clientele and personnel, two daughters at the time they were young babies and one of my customers said business, and that's it was a dignified. It made me an offer made me an offer that took Brooke. On paying all cash, and one day that I thought the whole deal was done deal payment buddy, had a big shopping reason. Twenty fifty I come home that day. On the floor playing with my two little girls and liberal I opened a door shopping bag. Top of Sylvia, and she's my gosh, she started screaming. Visit, what are we gonna do now that you talk about wanting to go back to Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico? To grow your brother. That said they want to go there. We can get a job working the hotel industry as a business with the kiss at a hotel. Should we know we made a move to Puerto Rico? You went back to Puerto Rico would not back for her. So what, what are we gonna do for me, because I have never been to a couple of days taking a job at the hotel, and before, you know, it, I was working my way through from front front desk. Learn to his manager position on reservations manager trade real quick. And before you know it again, I wanna come back into boxing. I want to make a comeback really under the hotel loop bureau. Who was the hotel corporation included, kiss and palace hotel. He said, I forget the front and I want to see if you qualify. Maybe managing to make a comeback. He said, well, why are you? My resume resume. He comes out to the front desk for about four five friends. He's coming down. Quartet in front. In trouble. And before you know, it come back into ring, again, finding my last professional fight, which I want problem Sylvia, how family they all got why could be difficult to watch. If your family and I want to get hurt me with a piece of cake. That was my last profile decided to give it up to please them than anything else. And before you know it wanted to Joe continues. I don't want to continue. So he says, you gotta make sure you get to the top before you know what about you later. I'm assistant manager at a hotel and twenty years, I'm meeting. Personable guy could see everybody getting along with everybody and everybody, especially if people love the fact that your background, so colorful, always attracted to dynamic, colorful, people. And that's I've always known you to be that kind of person happy. We had the American Airlines classics about my wife's up the whole chose. Well, she was the health of. But it cost American Airlines golf classics celebrities coming down. I remember him as head. Imagine coming down Willie Mays feels how Bobby BAAs Brooks Robinson Clemente's. You. Legendary end up becoming good friends that play the American flag. Tournaments, and it was really a great thing. I'm this anomaly. And it's a long story short. I got to hang out with the best me, the sweets. I would bring in. Jodi manager Willie Mays else at.

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"professional boxing" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"A world champion baby. You gotta love it. Come on feels good. When like, okay, I have a friend. His name is Judah Friedlander. He is a comedian. And he wears a hat that says world champion on it and his whole thing people and people used to say when he was on stage. Like, what are you the world champion, maybe be like everything? You I'm I'm one or two things one or two things right on things. More than me. You came to the sport of professional boxing relatively late. But what dress you into the ring? What was it for you? It wasn't that. I was drawn into the ring. It was that. I I kinda needed something to do. I was a professional dancer that was Michael when my brothers were doing martial-arts, I was dancing. So when I got injured, and I couldn't dance anymore. My brother's finally was able to get me into the sport of a karate. So. I really had no interest in boxing. I just kind of fell into the sport. So now, it's funny because you say dancing, and then boxing, but the to do have some connective tissue show is definite correlation because it's funny when people see me, boxing, they say like a move like a dancer because there's a lot of moving that ends up being my style. I'm more of a boxer than puncher. Because of that, you know, that's always argument between the two types of pugilist is the brawler and the boxer and the boxer is the is the person who's light on their feet. They're up on their toes. They're using the ring they're using the perimeters of the ring they're creating positioning with their with their body and making their opponent kind of position themselves put themselves out of position and the brawlers the brawlers. Before. And and I love fighting brawlers because they come at you. Right. And that's the whole reason they will do all the work for you. And you just a disaster. Make sure you can hit them before they get to you. Now, you touched on strategies, and you thinking science using an opponent's momentum and there's losses toward you. As what they think is an asset. And you're running it round to make the disadvantage an asset for you. So I'm thinking that brother is a grand chessmaster that is all strategy. Your other brother, the kickboxer which one taught you the most. Well, it's funny because Devon and his last name is actually Cormac story rejoice for that. Don't turn it back on me. If I don't correct. The he's the one that actually got me into the sports. He got he will tell you also that he taught Morita play chess. Oh, this blame the fame. His he got us bowed into our perspective sports. So I'm gonna say that Devon is actually the one that has been most implants on me. But I also learned chess sydell that in a make strategy that is the angel bottom oxen to so how much of that chess strategy do bring to your book Zing in the middle of find. I think for me, it's a majority of my sites always thinking move ahead. Follow to get them in a certain position. So that I can, you know, punch them or or if they adjust I should be just that, you know, ahead of that. And we'll means like I got really placed in position, you might think you got there on your own. But it's really. I. That is a chess match to say, the least socially martial arts thing. The the biggest day of deception to allow you to go for something you think is there. And then the way it's not. Exactly, exactly. This is why this natives won't champion of definitely. So in your in your training, I'm interested because these things do interest me was your training old school hard now. Skipping rope. Or did you employ new techniques new technology? Are you one of those people that embraces the new? I hate weight training. Eight. Did it a little bit? But the thing is that even though I don't look like getting older. My body was telling me that I was I had the problems from dance. I started getting in boxing, which were toward is ahead torn minutes..

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"professional boxing" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"Was a world champion baby. You gotta love it. Come on feels good. When like, okay, I have a friend. His name is Judah Friedlander. He is a comedian. And he wears a hat that says world champion on it and his whole thing people and people used to say when he was on stage. Like, what are you the world champion he'd be like everything? You I'm I'm one or two things one or things right on rings more than me. You came to the sport of professional boxing relatively late. What dress you into the ring? What was it for you? It wasn't that. I was drawn into the ring. It was that. I I kinda needed something to do. I was a professional dancer that was Michael when my brothers were doing martial-arts, I was dancing. So when I got injured, and I couldn't desert anymore. My brother's finally was able to get me into the sport of a karate. So. I really had no interest in boxing. I just kind of fell into the sport. So now, it's funny because you say dancing, and then boxing, but the to do have some connective tissue show is indefinite correlation because it's funny when people see me, boxing, they say like I'd move like a dancer because there's a lot of moving that ends up being my style. I'm more of a boxer than puncher. Because of that, you know, that's always argument between the two types of pugilist is the brawler and the boxer and the boxer is the is the person who's light on their feet. They're up on their toes. They're using the ring they're using the perimeters of the ring they're creating positioning with their with their body and making their opponent kind of position themselves put themselves out of position, and then the brawlers as the brawlers. Before it you. And I love fighting brawlers because they come at you. Right. And that's the whole reason they will do all the work for you. And you just a just have to make sure you can hit them before they get to you. Now, you touched on strategies, and you're thinking about the science using an opponent's momentum and the velocity toward you as what they think is an asset and you'll turn it around to make the disadvantage in an asset for you. So I'm thinking that rather is a grand chessmaster that is all strategy. Your other brother the kick box, which one taught you the most. Well, it's funny because Devon and his last name is actually Cormac story we reported. Join us for that. Turn it back on me by don't correct. The he's the one that actually got me into the sports. He got he tell you also that he taught MAURICE Ota play chess. Oh, the fame his that. He got us bowed into our perspective sports. So I'm going to say that Devon is actually the one that has been most influence on me. But I also learned chess. So that in a make strategy that is a integral part of my maximum too. So how much of that chess strategy? Did you bring to your book seeing in the middle of the find? I think for me, it's a majority of my sites always thinking move ahead. Follow to get them in a certain position. So that I can, you know, punch them or or if they adjust I should be to step some, you know, ahead of that. And will means like I got really placed in position, you might think you got there on your own. But it's really. I. That is a chess match to say, the least socially martial arts thing. The the biggest deal of deception to allow you to go for something you think is there. And then the way it's not. Exactly, exactly. This is why this natives will champion definitely. So in your in your training, I'm interested because this these things do interest me was your training also hard now skipping rope. Or did you employ new techniques? New technology. Are you one of those people that embraces the new? I hate weight training. Eight. Did it a little bit? But the thing is that even though I don't look like I'm getting older. My body was telling me that I was I had the problems from dance. I started getting in boxing, which were toward is ahead torn minutes..

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"professional boxing" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Like, his trainer said something about the sparring where he was kind of letting the cat out of the bag like, you know, what it was a good sparring or. Yeah. You know, what paulie was given as good as he got or whatever the hell he said, obviously going to be partially his guy. But suddenly, suddenly it wasn't like paulie gotten cost him with an Ospital anymore. You know, suddenly it was like. So they would I kind of letting the cat out of the bag a little bit as to what really happened, but not not as much, but I felt like all right? What is this guy doing like trying to set up that it was competitive? So these guys trying to set up a fight a one man my team never got cold and one nine you. And it's not up to me at the end of the day. Yeah. I'd do it because I don't like the guy. You know what I'm saying? And I tell you how I want to do it. Because like I said I want you to put your money where your mouth is. You know? I mean, if you beat me up and gave me cautions and hospitalize, you whatever it is. I don't even know me. Winner-takes-all? Now, you've got to do it winner-takes-all. If you did this put your money where your mouth is you did that to me it my sport risk fighting for free now. Now, you got not now, let's see put your balls on the table because you've got none. I say, okay. You know, what I send you that hospital? Now, I'm gonna do I'm gonna do I'm gonna fix all. Because why am I so willing to do winter takes all if it's about money because everybody's blaming Polly wants to pay only ones this. Oh, it's a payday for me. When it takes all, I take all the money beat the shit out of the guy, and he knows it too. That's why that's why he hasn't done it. Yeah. Well, he can't he gets. He kills himself. If he walks around the ring for twelve Brownsville, stop he'll stop walking. You can't go twelve rounds himself just on on an average. That's what I thought. I mean when people were talking about that fight him and fluid. I was like man take every nickel. You can't embed it against him. And does he knocks him out in the first round? He has no chance. I mean, I I had fifteen professional boxing matches. And then I started with four round fights..

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"professional boxing" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on KTRH

"Harris, George Foreman church one time and heard him preach. It was. You know, I didn't know what to expect. If the man had just focused on preaching from the very beginning. He could have been a pastor of of incredible repute. He's he is he's he's a force of nature. There's no way. Do you have him on the line? No, okay. He is an absolute force of nature. We're trying to get loose avaricious online because Lou fought Holyfield, he fought Tyson. He fought. I think he fought Riddick Bowe Lennox Lewis, one of the two. And Lou said to me that nobody hits harder nobody ever hit him harder George Foreman. And he said, you gotta realize former was in his forties. When he did that he said, you can ask anybody in professional boxing who who who fought in the era of those heavyweights Ali was faster Norton might have been meaner. But nobody hit you the way George Foreman did. But to me, the George Foreman story is not even a boxing story. It's an amazing story of a guy who was out of school at sixteen fought for the United States in the Olympics loved his country from Marshall, Texas. The the the grit to keep coming back again. And again against your body's will very good businessman loving father loving husband over all those years pastor, mainly it's a it's a pretty amazing and uniquely American story. And of course, that leaves us one more probably get a bump music here in minute. I don't know maybe wrong wakes up leaves us. One more inductee into the Houston. Sports hall of fame. Come up. The Michael berry show. I spent twenty five years.

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"professional boxing" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on WEEI

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"professional boxing" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Right? These guys are like late thirties when they're fighting is stupid? Yeah. I mean, this is just boxing. I mean, you died. You dodge your primary contender for as long as you possibly can to build up the the revenue value of that fight. Then you fight and you hope for three. Right? I mean, this, which seen this model for year? Yeah, I it works. We buy it. We keep buying these things. So not buying another Mayweather Pacquiao I am not buying that. Never. That's going to be a disaster. That is just an awful idea, but people will buy it. They will the thing and it'll be a hundred bucks watch and it'll be some dope like me. That will have a bunch of neighbors over. I'll go. Well, only one of us this. Eighty five bucks eighty five. It was worth. It was worth it. It was a very entertaining fight was there was no downtime. In that fight there they were fighting yet. Bryan was at that fight. He was did. It was the ending was dramatic because. Nobody had it scored the same way. Right? Lampley and Kellerman and Roy Jones. They were all I don't know away max seem to favor Cannella because he felt he wanted the story of the fight. That was his this thing. Yeah, the story of the fund and then Roy Jones seem to favor canal a little bit, but wasn't surprised by triple g I saw on the LA Lampley was all over triple. Yeah, he was. I saw the times reported that, I guess out of like fourteen or fifteen reporters there that the majority of them had them had as draw again real. And then there were a couple of people favorite Cannella and then more people than in favor of triple j as opposed to Cannella. But the majority were dry. I think I think what it came down to if you were going to count the most landed punches that would be triple g the aggressor and probably the most power punches was canal. So the interesting part of all of this guys is that eights Sosa objective each judge in professional boxing. Is looking at it through their own personal prison and judges those fights. Also at the same table, they're in different different angry. Yeah, that plays a part in it too. And I on like in amateur, boxing, where you gotta score with the white of the gloves. I mean that that is a little more that's a little easier I think to judge per se. But when you're talking about professional boxing, the different angles and just everyone kind of Ewing differently, some people rewards the aggressor. Some people want the guy who punches more so and there's no, there's no set standard will lay right. You know, it's like you're right. It's it's sorta like I of the behold, right for sure. Really, no doubt. I waited until George human bring this up because I know you you've covered to Wayne Wade. He announced he's coming back for one more year. Thinking about some second greatest shooting guard ever behind Koby, maybe, well, Jordan, third behind Jordan, Jordan, I kind of put has put Jerry West. Is he a point guard or shooting guard if he's shooting. Guard? Dwayne, his fourth, that's a good question me. He's way too far. Jerry always. You're wearing your Lakers shirt today. I know it's so far back. You can't think that is as our blur fairly grasp. George. Like if Jordan played today, we would call him a wing, right? Yes, rather than a shooting guard and some people on Twitter would call him overrated Jordan. Yeah. So I think Koby clearly a shooting guard weighed clearly shooting, or where do you Jerry West? That's the question him and Gail gooders kind of split the point guard duties, like Ron Harper. Jordan did. Yeah. So I guess that decides he weighed never got a max max contra took less money, a ton of times to kind of build up the team. He did it with LeBron and then subsequently after five times by Mike count, he took less money. Wow. In his career, you see now he's at the end of his career. He's got titles and no, he's never getting that money back. More money than I mean, he's made a hundred and ninety nine point five million dollars you as a professional basketball player. If you can't turn that into a life, Hollywood starlet as a wife. There you go. I mean, that's this. This is increasingly sacrificing, I mean, sacrificing leaving money on the table for an NBA guy who's who's in the hundreds of millions, not that big a deal..

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"professional boxing" Discussed on Only A Game

Only A Game

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on Only A Game

"Next story is about professional, boxing, an ear, nose, and throat specialist and dominatrix. You can't make this stuff up. Here's only games, Gary Wallich, Linda doll moved to the Bronx in nineteen ninety eight to begin a medical residency there. She treated victims of gun and knife violence every day and would come home from the hospital. You know, after having experienced real violence and it'd be met with these images of more violence at home dolls, husband was an avid boxing fan. She began watching televised matches with him in June of two thousand. They watched the welterweight title fight between defending champion Oscar de LA Hoya, and Shane Mosely on pay per view. The was fascinated by Moseley and he was so quiet and reserved and almost gracious in a prefight interview Moseley asked a rhetorical question. Why be afraid of what you want that. Resonated with doll very much so because I don't think I really thought about the world in those terms. I wasn't thinking about what I wanted. I was just thinking about what I was obligated to do. That's from a first generation immigrant mentality, but also as a physician, it was all about responsibility. Doll was an easy target in the highly competitive and mostly male world of surgical residency. Her upbringing in a Syrian family, trying and often failing to assimilate in North Dakota, imbued her with a go along to get along approach to life. She was ill prepared for the power struggles between residents. Is incredible. Moseley upset till a Hoya for the title and boxing captured. Linda dolls, imagination. She began thinking about what she really wanted a happy marriage, respect, professional accomplishment, a better paying job by two thousand four. She was divorced and working in a well established private practice on the upper east side. One day she asked patient about his line of work. She did that at the beginning of every exam in he mentioned that he used to work for HBO sports, and for some reason, it just clicked in my head and immediately just blurted out. I want to be a fight doctor to achieve responded. Why when I do this and he said, all right, I'm gonna make some phone calls because they love the idea of a woman doing this. They were the New York State Athletic Commission dollar mmediately submitted her paperwork, and then nine months later, I got a phone call with an assignment. Gol would work her first matches a fight doctor at a charity event. On October fourteenth, two thousand four. I was ringside and it was incredible. I was terrified. The surprising part of it was that I felt so excited by the hitting and the sound of the hitting and the look in their eyes and how they transformed into these different people when they're in the ring. I had never even seen a life fight. I knew nothing about the rules. I didn't even know what doctors did. She leaned over to one of the other fight doctors and asked for help. It kept saying their book is training manual and he said, no, you just kinda show up and the guys will teach you. It's all on the job training over the following months. Dog got to know many of the boxers she protected in the ring. I loved that. They reminded me a lot of the boys and young men that I met in the Bronx that awaited channel, whatever difficult circumstances they grew up in in the ring, and they all came from really awful circumstances. There was just so much compassion for each other. They were so open to connecting with. I think a lot of Sammy is a maternal figure, but the fighters were sometimes squeamish about being examined by female doctor, like the time when doll work the Curtis Stevens Marcus Premiera fight in July two thousand six. Curtis dealt Marcus low blow. Again. That was by accident, and it created this traumatic hernia and Marcus was crawling across the ring, screaming in agony, and it really reminded me of cancer patients and the kind of screaming that would here in the hospital when people were going through treatment or or dying. It was horrifying. The only way of his could be checked with the doctorate. His corner who happened to be me, checked him at the ring, but because woman he didn't want me to Marcus Premiera was given a five minute break by the referee. Premiera got up from the canvas and continued the fight. He knocked Stevens out in the eighth round..

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"professional boxing" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on WWL

"Him a little bit later a here's, a text from the two to five Bro. Horrible without you, actually called the station to check on your current employment, situation LL glad you're back we missed you Yeah well if you call it a check on my employment situation here I'm not sure are you gonna. Talk to, and I'd be worried about who you talk, to. Because some people may may tell you different stuff on that but anyways let's. Get. To what I. Did on Saturday And it was. On my, bucket list for years and years and years To go watch a professional boxing max You know some rag tag. Semi pro. Boxing match in some dingy, Jim somewhere, I'm talking about big time boxing match and I wanted to do here, in New Orleans since I was. Here but they just haven't had, anything, there was no big time, major boxing mid championship level event here. New Orleans since two thousand and two I was talking to Andrew Lopez dot com out here. At the law school fight on Saturday he, was telling us that when it's true so it'd been what. A decade and half since that, happened, so it was the local kids Ruger ru Regis. Program against one Carlos Velasco of Argentina I believe probably still pretty bummed about a soccer. Team on Saturday out at lakefront, arena and I will tell you what what an incredible atmosphere that was as. A sports fan really is a human but especially as a, sportsman pageantry It was kind of visceral human level watching to. Incredible athletes incredible fighters dual it, out, and especially when you're watching somebody here from the. City New Orleans who is in incredible promoter of the city in New Orleans and now. He is the still the world, title holder holder in reaches program as really had no problem with the Juan, Carlos Velasco first couple of rounds I was sitting next to t Bob Barron a couple of other people and we were kind of rating the matches on our own or rating say scoring the rounds on our own and we had, the first couple of rounds of draw I didn't actually look at the official scorecards to see what the the judges said but there's a little bit. Intrigued at the beginning but at the last couple around you saw that this is programs fight and I am not. Sure beyond what happened in the. Actual fight. Because it was actually pretty good finding the hometown. Guy one but I'm not sure that, I've had more fun at a sporting event here in New Orleans recently VIN that one mainly because I was. Actual fan so when I'm covering the saints or LSU or, any big, time basketball event. Pelicans almost all the time I'm there I'm sitting in the media box I'm working I can't be a fan focusing on other. Stuff this is one of the rare times but relatively few times here in the city able to attend a major sporting in in the city spe- fan And we were on the floor and I'm hope ESPN and I hope boxing officials were watching what happened there, at the lakefront arena because it was almost sold out the sections that they had open it was allowed people were dancing cheering having fun it was. Incredible it was absolutely incredible it's something I'd one or two for very long time and to say it's exceeded my. Expectations would be a disservice because..

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"professional boxing" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

LA Talk Radio Channel 2

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

"I was working when i was professional boxing i lost i lost me first professional title fight against a really good find holding poobah and a thing eight on the art he was beaten and i was devastated i am i it brokers that's one of the fights have never watched never watched a fight to the day wouldn't didn't learn from it and just had one more fight after that and my wouldn't it and when the fight and i was still disillusion i lost the belief that i do it i didn't have anyone sit stunned with this enc legrand come on let's get this together let's watch a fight we can learn from it and interesting story rhonda's while i frames from the northeast and who was a coach back then and then one hundred conversation with 'em up to the fight and which i can't remember about how antique dealer was pretty sent me a lead off to the fight explain it is not he was just to try and give us feedback and trying to and i can remember much and then about three years ago i found this letter from valley at ten after the telephone call telling is all the things i've done wrong in the things i could improve on so i i don't wasn't listening but maybe i did have some people were giving this amount rights put my motion of solo i was married and so i was devastated i had one more fight i thought i'm having a break i'd never had a break from boxton lots of fighters do lots of fighters sorta off season also that might have a break in the in the uk lots of fighters sorta step out and that's what i did i thought i'm going to have a pretty an are combat fighting i started working back then i was working on the doors in manchester student security working at a recreation setting up and basically cleaning equipment and just to jump in here.

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"professional boxing" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

LA Talk Radio Channel 2

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

"It was took place the bay didn't really have anyone anyone there to down i mean it's so disappointing winning goal vision of what you wanna create life then things don't go to fight and combat me i mean how much a career when i was a michelle mentioned before i am i wanted to become an and trumpian because it's a hot in the vision divine mind it wasn't anything anyone told us art just made up my puff myself i do not i do not many coaches to say this is what we're doing this is the path we can go on i just found myself and learning from but i didn't have anyone to help is learn from my failures kept repeating the same things and deal with them very well and from cried quite a bit up fights set with this vision of his winning all the time a box in four and a couple of national sorry lost a few the remote serious ones i just beat me softball you know i didn't i didn't watch me is fine swap nabi watch them so upset with it giving south the opportune thing right this is what i need on you could practice on just kept going back to the gym and train and horn up and so i wasn't really wasn't helping yourself i wasn't help anybody really helped us out greatly with with outside rip riyadh was looking good coaches for the mentoring is held misnomer for my mistake site to slip back into sort of all behaviors of what's right drinking and crime i mean did how did what happened there well when i went out to professional i wanted to do what wanted to do the best i coach all the grief thing i did not i didn't realize it now and i lifted short newcastle i moved to monchy start when i tip professional so in the end england side professional boxing steiner benetton's going places if you mancha stop all year and if you go to london visit better train us spectacle fight us that's real outweigh champions and the northeast coaches is not as good chance to and this this is bateman jehad my mind anyway this and i would call a few gyms sorry i'll get back to the question i asked how it.

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"professional boxing" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"And make more attractive matchups was for years that the knock against professional boxing is that they're they're matchups were were lacking they had a guy that didn't have that much ability against the guy that had a lot of ability so that everybody khanna know who's who's going to win but mixed martial arts have made boxing promoters more aware of creating matchups that are more attractive to the public more competitive match up if you will very cool and so again april seventh two thousand eighteen this year coming up from six thirty pm to ten thirty pm here's a how long is a boxing match is it just until someone gets knocked out or how does all different ways of timing a boxing match the in professional boxing it's either a four round fight three minutes each a six round fight three minutes each and eight round fight three minutes each a ten round which is usually for a little title title is at stake or twelve rounder which is for a championship and so the ones that you're having for your event are going to be how many rounds are most of them will be four rounders 'cause we have people making their professional debut including two guys from my club making their pro debut and as the main event will be a six round fight featuring my guy adriana el chicano perez who fought in las vegas for years ago against the guy who's currently a world champion awesome so we're going to repeat the information so you can get your tickets at the end of the show but definitely something worth checking out we're going to take a quick break imagine think about you to think you're listening to w s sr q one oh six nine fm and twelve twenty a m w sr q the voice of sarasota manatee did you know when you donate to.

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"professional boxing" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on WEEI

"This one was exciting mcgregor actually want multiple rounds any hit a bunch now mayweather way more precise that's not surprisingly hugh land a much higher percentage of strikes me did but the fact that he made mcgregor like other wondering i give mcgregor a lot of credit but for guy making his first professional boxing or as boxing debut he should not look vat good against one of the greatest of all tho if mcgregor wanted and he would you be crazy to do this because i think he said none of empire ufc but if you wanted to say i'm not going to do it anymore i'm going to devote all my time to boxing how long would it take before mcgregor could be taken seriously as a fulltime contending boxer i think i think some people probably put on there now i think what you'd have to do is give him somebody narrowed boxing as well as i do mma but if you give him somebody in his prime right now it mcgregor either beat some or or hold his own with them then people will be convinced 'cause i fought at the end of the fight against get myself excited three rounds then i'm like oh my like i'm at mcgregor can win but at the end and thinking about it i'm saying i know mayweather retired but is this the way is this the perfect plan for him to approve the fifty you know but also get another payday out of it if he wanted yes ready get a rematch because if he's squashed them in a round or two no rematch is not happening and there's not another boxer on the planet hence why this fight happened that he could get as much money is this yes not as interesting now so i don't know i don't know if he was like shaving points in a way where are you still going to win but you want to cover route when with this rematch be next year next august yeah all right they are in this one r really question i don't know what the extent of either one of their like injuries are usually like in in the ufc they go to the doctors after they get like.

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"professional boxing" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"Well i've been what what what are you thinking that if if if you didn't see but what is the boxing is just always been clouded with controversy and it seems like they cannot get away from an mma has plenty of what we don't have the deep roots of flop all also the lawful it's not bad boxing is plagued with a though because if you historically followed back the it was ran by gangsters and it was corrupt at one line what i what is the i don't know that it is i i wanna make this point of it tell me if i'm wrong as i don't know that it is corrupt as people still think as i think sometimes there's controversial calls i don't actually do an olympic boxing olympic boxing has been caught there's been pales in professional boxing in dogs i will go back a couple of decades which represents most of my life i haven't seen actual corruption i've seen some controversy but that's what you have people judge people i haven't actually seen corruption naive ease leaving your body lay in and so for years we were one eight eight years we were told that john lonnie criminal mastermind at it was responsible for you know corruption corruption as far as the fish market new you know even the milk deliveries whenever you know whatever cost money john die was involved in okay grateful we spent millions of dollars to prosecute john dali okay great so finally after kyle kraus shroud we put them away you know what i noticed is that in my neighborhood milk beaten cost less money.

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"professional boxing" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on First Take

"Is going to be so good but let's be rail floyd mayweather is considered arguably the best poundforpound fighter and even though conor mcgregor comes from a boxing background he has never fauna professional boxing match or face anything close to the level of this competition maxwell this pee more fight or more hype pipe and by the way i as a finn would by the fight there's no doubt whereby the height there's no doubt it's going to be spectacle i like the fact that you know you get to see it but on the kind of guy who likes to know like who wins a short career killer wear a national geographic channel by the way there's answer the killer whales not even close and that's like this fight but still on interested in it there is interest in it that's why it's being made but it is not a competitive sporting athletic competition that's not what this is what these guys understand though in a way that we don't i'd i'd like to lebrun and then k d abroad understood in spite of all the criticism making that superteam in miami is yeah yeah yeah criticism when i win the championships that other stuff will fade they'll remember the chips k deeds same thing he joins us who by he improved on the rods design old form a team of joint a team that's even worse than what the broad did see hello bronze considered the best watch what's going to happen to me and now there are arguments that kevin de incorrectly that that that kevin to rent is the best player in the world they understood it they were wiser than the rest of us in that way and this is what connor and floyd and data and everybody understand.

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"professional boxing" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"professional boxing" Discussed on First Take

"What's up everybody thank you so much for being with us on this friday eve a we have big news folks in is on mayweather mcgregor set for august twenty six and i take will be there every step of the way said today we ask is this going to be a fight or just all hyped plus is connor have a chance to beat floyd and who does the public want to see lose more let's get started let's get right into it's coming up you don't wanna miss with stephen a has to say about katies hot tate on allen iverson that'll be coming up a little later the show but right now is going down august twenty six at the tmobile center in vegas between flynn mayweather and conor mcgregor it'll be mayweather's i quite since 2015 and this will be mcgregor's first professional boxing match ever but no surprise forty nine and no loyd is the heavy favorite max kellerman no better person to ask this to this conor mcgregor have a chance low those odds were not nearly wide enough not nearly wide enough no fighter has been able to beat floyd who who's been training since they were babies in boxing there you have no shot like note a couple of come kind of close but they've been training since they were babies conor mcgregor could be the most naturally gifted boxer who ever lived let's take for granted that he has more natural ability that sugar ray robinson or roy jones who both had more natural ability than floyd mayweather let's just take that as a given he would still have zero chance to beat floyd mayweather if they complete disrespect to the craft.

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