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who has the better boxing scene: socal or south florida???

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  1. xcalibur White Belt

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    and can anybody tell me about warriors boxing in hollywood florida?? i can't find out prices and stuff like that
     
  2. jf0808 Green Belt

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    Try calling them.
     
  3. Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    They don't have "prices"...they're a Professional Gym. You have Gym dues, and then trainer fees are separate depending on who you train with. If you're serious about Boxing, and want a trainer who will get you somewhere, look to be spending at least $350 per month.
     
  4. GlassJaw SBC hustler.

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    Both are waay up there. But i'll say SoCal due to the hispanic influx from Mexico.
     
  5. Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    The benefit of Warriors is you can work Professionally pretty easily. They have their own Promotion, and the Florida Commission sucks.
     
  6. xcalibur White Belt

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    damn thats an arm and a leg lol. what trainers they got down there at warriors???
     
  7. Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    I don't remember. And no that's really not an arm and a leg if you want top quality training. That's actually cheap.
     
  8. GlassJaw SBC hustler.

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    Doesn't Buddy Mggirt and Howard Davis Jr. trian over there?
     
  9. 5acrossYOeye Silver Belt

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    I thought Buddy was in Vero Beach ruining the Petersons and Rated R Holt?
     
  10. Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Davis Jr. usually trains guys at ATT as well.
     
  11. codysweet02 Brown Belt

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    You are from Hollywood right King? Is that the gym you trained at while you lived there?
     
  12. steeljaw2 Black Belt

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    thats not true..i have a buddy, who came in second to qualifying for the 2004 olympics, and he recently just turned pro i believe...

    and another guy who already is pro trains out of another local gym..

    and they both train out of community gyms.
     
  13. mschatz Hamma: I has it

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    There are gyms that have pros, and then there are professional gyms.
     
  14. Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Nah, I trained at home mostly, and sparred with a friend of mine who is an MMA Fighter down there now who has his own little school, the one I visited over the Holiday.

    Yeah I was gonna say, none of this makes what I said any less true. Community Gyms, University Gyms, and even White Collar Gyms occasionally produce good Fighters, but a Pro Gym typically has specific criteria. He was asking about a Pro Gym, and that's what Warrior's is. They have dues, and trainer fees that vary per trainer.
     

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