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k1superstar Says, in 7-4-2012 at 11:14:55 from 124.182.143.150    

s***..idk it seems to me like freddy roach has deterrioriated big time in this video (due to his condition).. i hope not, wish all the best for him.

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idayvoz Says, in 7-4-2012 at 11:35:13 from 64.170.138.150    

Fricking good movement by Khan

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Ramdog Says, in 7-4-2012 at 11:44:43 from 76.205.55.32    

Forgive me for my ignorance, but in boxing you have so many weight classes. Some of those weiht classes are only a few pounds apart from each other. Does a few pounds really make a difference or is boxing just trying to create as many titles as possible?

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Perulives Says, in 7-4-2012 at 12:12:35 from 72.130.85.218    

Wrestling has just as many weight classes if not more Ramdog.

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rtorres7794 Says, in 7-4-2012 at 13:19:39 from 72.235.129.72    

Amir looks better and better. Funny how lots of critics said Pacquiao made Roach, etc. Roach has improved the angles and footwork of Khan & Chavez Jr. as well. Two potential legends in the making right there. It sucks seeing Roach’s condition worsen with time.

@ Ramdog, I think modern science would suggest there really isn’t a significant difference from one weight class in boxing to the one immediately above and below it. Bone density and structure is the foundation for power, so fighting a man who, disregarding muscle mass, is naturally larger than you does give him that advantage. I accept some truth to that, but I also think from a business perspective: it sure as hell has benefited the boxing organizations to have so many different weight classes, ha$n’t it?

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axe pittbull Says, in 7-4-2012 at 13:22:00 from 76.88.93.88    

boxing just one aspect of mma. all bout mma my friends and bretheren.

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punkfly Says, in 7-4-2012 at 13:25:30 from 98.28.20.255    

@Ramdog I wondered this myself until I started boxing. It is a legitimate question. Short answer: YES it really does make a big difference. Remember they are fighting at there hydrated weight not their weigh in weight. Some fighters can gain 12lbs over night. While the other fighter stays the same (meaning that is closer to his walk around weight). So during the fight you might have one guy weighing 150lb vs. another guy weighing 162lb. On the street that’s NOT a big deal at all. Chances are there is a wide gap in skill and the smaller guy could easily beat the bigger dude. But with ELITE athletes the margins are so slim, that ANY advantage is of great concern. Think of it as Michael Phelps in swimming having larger feet, that give in an edge in micro-seconds. Kinda similar. Hope this helps

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Sammy Says, in 7-4-2012 at 14:11:05 from 99.230.231.242    

I’d say a little of both …

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samuraitato Says, in 7-4-2012 at 16:00:00 from 190.141.188.148    

, FR,looks really good..there is no equal when it comes to top of the line boxing coach in the world…his movements with the pads and legs are second to non,great cordination fon suffering Parkinson disease…his planning and boxing strategies are number 1

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Tg Says, in 7-4-2012 at 16:30:55 from 66.87.68.104    

Kahn makes noises now like pacman when he works out, khans full of himself, Peterson had to chase him the whole fight not to mention all of the pushing Kahn was doing, Freddie needs to drop Kahn and start training Jose benevidez jr again

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white dragon Says, in 7-4-2012 at 16:36:27 from 76.169.134.235    

Hey bruno….common bro this is an mma….site…why are we putting boxing on it…if its a paciao or mayweather fight…i understand…but common…now these limp dick guys?

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sirhitsalot Says, in 7-4-2012 at 17:24:56 from 76.194.224.198    

Hey does anyone know what they were doing at the end of the video where there slapping him with a stick??

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scottc Says, in 7-4-2012 at 18:59:39 from 98.235.131.132    

Sirhitsalot-what they were doing helps you develop a higher pain threshold. You would repeatedly strike various parts of your body with bamboo sticks. The bamboo sticks sting but won’t break bones or cause bruising. Muay Thai fighters use them in training.

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Newfie Jitsu Says, in 7-4-2012 at 19:21:39 from 207.231.232.181    

^^this is for white dragon. this is a MIXED martial arts site. there is also jiu-jitsu matches kick boxing, muay thia and more. open your eye’s, more out there than just ufc main events!

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rtorres7794 Says, in 7-5-2012 at 00:08:46 from 72.235.129.72    

thank you for setting the record straight, Newfie

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Sephy Says, in 7-5-2012 at 00:45:52 from 71.61.140.213    

I guess Bruno forced White Dragon to watch the video, completely understandable reaction

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LFCandUFC Says, in 7-5-2012 at 12:39:41 from 90.195.218.205    

Has Amir developed borrettes??

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mmasauce Says, in 7-5-2012 at 15:30:01 from 174.67.240.142    

I used to (and still do) enjoy watching the hand speed and the way the fighters bob and roll when doing mitts but now have been paying attention to their footwork. Really is impressive how they get into position.

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dave Says, in 7-5-2012 at 18:47:24 from 24.246.25.6    

Damn Amir’s hands are fast!

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BiG$ Says, in 7-6-2012 at 13:58:17 from 99.248.233.50    

why does he sound like a supra with a aftermarket BOV ” bahh bahh BRRRUOOMMM!1! lolol”

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