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entsminger

Virginia, USA

backtrack wrote:
I didn't realize you are all so pink and fluffy.


==Scott==
Yea it's time we stopped being such girly boys! Lets get one of those fenced in cages and have Dr. Darden go up against say Ken Hutchins or Little and the winner takes on Drew Baye or Bill DeSimone in bare knuckle no holds bared fighting! God I feel the testosterone rising through the roof just at the thought of all this manliness, ha ha !!
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sirloin

backtrack wrote:
I didn't realize you are all so pink and fluffy.


Its called being Civilized. The context of "tough" your talking about...Noun; a rough and violent person, a bully, brute, yob, thug, hooligan, ruffian, hood.

Whats wrong with boxing?
Nothing...if you like watching indivduals whom have mostly came from underprivileged backgrounds, where the goal is to intentionally inflict serious harm upon your opponent.
Violence should be a last resort for self protection and the protection of the vulnerable. Protection from "tough" guys!

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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
Wait until you see DeSimones Moment Arm upper cut! It'll make Mike Tyson look like a pansy!
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

== Scott==
Back to this fighting stuff. I was reminded the other day of when I really wished I knew how to knock someone?s block off. When I was a kid there must have been some disease in the water as every other kid in the neighborhood was looking to beat you up and often times it happened. More than one punk had taken boxing lessons and was pretty formidable . I was in a constant state of fear when walking to school or just about any other time.

Only later in high school after hitting the weights and wrestling and practicing a little boxing did I build up enough muscle and confidence to deter anyone from messing with me. The funny thing Is I believe it was my build more than anything that deterred the goofs from messing with me when I was older. They had no idea I had wrestled or boxed. As an adult now I see no dire need for boxing but I feel it?s an almost essential thing for kids to know!!
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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

backtrack wrote:
Not well said.

A fair fight in a boxing ring. What's wrong with that? I'm keen to know if any of these 'best body' types were actually tough men. Can anyone separate the vain from the tough? Not knowing any of these men I wouldn't know.


I read that Franco Columbo used to box in Italy.
Gotta be a few more.
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HeavyHitter32

My uncle was a professional boxer back in the day (came from a pretty good home). I'm not sure how he got into it. However, boxing and baseball consumed U.S. sports during this time. There was talk about him fighting Jake Lamada (Raging Bull) but I believe they were in a different weight class and nothing materialized.

http://boxrec.com/.../en/boxer/24528

Here is a picture of him at around 80 years old. He always kept in shape and ate pretty well. He passed away six years ago at 90.

He weight trained but used more volume, more sets, and higher reps. He stayed away from "heavy" weights and "straining" as he called it (i.e., no failure).

After boxing, he made big money in the bridal/wedding business. I saw pictures of his home and it was practically a mansion. Pretty sure his ex-wife cut me out of his will, but that is another matter. lol
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DownUnderLifter

Yes Franco boxed in Italy. A bit of him punching the bag here: https://www.youtube.com/...h?v=r_a2Drulzg4
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sgb2112

DownUnderLifter wrote:
Yes Franco boxed in Italy. A bit of him punching the bag here: https://www.youtube.com/...Drulzg4



Bodybuilding is the worst type of training for a boxer, British one's at least..

https://youtu.be/HiKokH1rEUY

Anthony Joshua aka Frank Bruno 2.0

https://youtu.be/irSOcABjyII
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

sgb2112 wrote:
DownUnderLifter wrote:
Yes Franco boxed in Italy. A bit of him punching the bag here: https://www.youtube.com/...h?v=r_a2Drulzg4


Bodybuilding is the worst type of training for a boxer, British one's at least..

https://youtu.be/HiKokH1rEUY

Anthony Joshua aka Frank Bruno 2.0

https://youtu.be/...cABjyII


==Scott==
Having big muscles built by lifting weights won't make your jaw take an upper cut from Mike Tyson any more than someone who never touched a weight.
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epdavis7

entsminger wrote:
== Scott==
Back to this fighting stuff. I was reminded the other day of when I really wished I knew how to knock someone?s block off. When I was a kid there must have been some disease in the water as every other kid in the neighborhood was looking to beat you up and often times it happened. More than one punk had taken boxing lessons and was pretty formidable . I was in a constant state of fear when walking to school or just about any other time.

Only later in high school after hitting the weights and wrestling and practicing a little boxing did I build up enough muscle and confidence to deter anyone from messing with me. The funny thing Is I believe it was my build more than anything that deterred the goofs from messing with me when I was older. They had no idea I had wrestled or boxed. As an adult now I see no dire need for boxing but I feel it?s an almost essential thing for kids to know!!


In my brief stint of working security at a bar, we put the scariest looking guy out front. The guy with the biggest muscles, shaved head, beard, tatoo's etc. He wasn't the best fighter by any means. To look at him discouraged physical confrontation. To look at the best "fighters" you couldn't tell they could whip your ass by looking at them.
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Crotalus

epdavis7 wrote:
To look at the best "fighters" you couldn't tell they could whip your ass by looking at them.


I have a friend who is very accomplished in a number of martial arts . I don't know which but he's competed around the world and did well.

To look at him you'd never think he could mop the floor with just about anyone.

And nobody ever tried ... not because they knew his back ground in self defense sports, but because nobody looks more nerdy, geeky and helpless than him . Trying to start shit with him standing there eating carrot and celery sticks would be an embarrassment , LOL.

He looked like shit ... not exactly what the vegetarians would want to use as a poster boy to recruit more plant eaters.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
In school the kid that wreaked terror over many of us was the skinny goofy looking kid who didn't look tough but he was. His dad had gotten him boxing lessons and on top of that he was fearless and sorta nuts so he would pick fights with just about anyone , even guys much bigger.I think the fearless and nuts part were his best asset.He'd just run up to some unsuspecting kid and start pounding him. Then there was the Biff Tannon kid ( Back to the Future)who was a big jock who always was picking on kids less his size.I was scared to death of him. Some 40 years later I met him again. He now resembled Tim Conway. I couldn't believe how he'd changed. For years I'd wanted to smash his face and now all I could do was laugh.
My dad was a Golden Gloves boxing champion in the Navy but strangely enough he never taught me how to fight. I think it was like the mechanic up the street who never showed his son how to fix a car. I think they wanted better things for us.
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