Sparring golden gloves champ!!

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  1. ironkhan57 Brown Belt

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    This was the second round after a pretty moderate first lol. I was trying to read him better. My cardio is definitely not ready for 3 round fight nonetheless a 2 round fight.

    See what you guys i think i can see a lot more shit i got to work on:

    Defense. Being more proactive and setting up my strikes more. Not so much headhunting. etc

    What do you guys think? Bring on the criticism!!

    This is zen jiu jitsu in miami florida. Level trains here grappling and at american top team too.

    Next stop tomorrow is fusion mma.
     
  2. nostradumbass Steel Belt

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    Prolly get some gloves that aren't half your bodyweight.
     
  3. ironkhan57 Brown Belt

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    Bro are you calling me a stick?
     
  4. eternaldarkness Red Belt

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    You need to parry the jab more. The biggest mistake you are making is trying to slip under the jab and then come up with the right hand. As @Gfreak said this is leaving you wide open to the counter right. If you parry the jab and then duck the right, it will make your right hand vastly more effective. Try not to leave your jab hanging out as a measuring stick, your not Tommy hearns yet, and it leaves you open to the overhand. You want to pop the jab to draw a right hand lead and then duck and counter with your right hand. It is definitely your best punch, and I think you will surprise a lot of people if you can land a few shots with it.
     
  5. ironkhan57 Brown Belt

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    Yeah hard to think of it in the heat of the moment im so use to using my headmovement that i barely parry. I really got to remind myself too.

    And yes that measuring stick righy hand is something i used muay thai spars a lot i really got to remind myself boxing is a whole different ball game too. Especially with a golden gloves champ.
     
  6. nostradumbass Steel Belt

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    Or a hulk hands maybe?
     
  7. ironkhan57 Brown Belt

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    Ill take hulk hands. Idk how many ounces them shits were but feeling them a putting them on my hands those were i believe either 16 oz or 18 oz.
     
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    It's nearly impossible to overcome a good jab with head movement alone, if you parry a few more shots it will make it a lot easier to duck and counter.
     
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    Those gloves are at least 32oz lmao
     
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    Yeah watching the video it did look like my hands were exposed to gamma radiation. Didnt realize they were 32 oz lmao.
     
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    spitting on the mat is pretty gross
     
  13. j123 Pro Sherdogger 500-0-1

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    every time you come up after the slip, your chin is sky high
     
  14. ironkhan57 Brown Belt

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    Noted got to stop doing that.
     
  15. Minowafanatic Black Belt

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    @ironkhan57 why do you think you went down at the end?
     
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    Because of that right overhand. It kind of pushed my head not really knocked me down. I was trying to duck under to my left too.
     
  17. Minowafanatic Black Belt

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    it didn't push you down, this was your position after the shot landed as you were tall and chin up and standing square on:
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    and then you began falling face-first to your right
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  18. ironkhan57 Brown Belt

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    I see my left hand was down when i was throwing. That is still a work in progress keeping my hands up while exchanging.
     
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    hands up, hands down, a shit position is a shit position
     
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    Yup.
     

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