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01 SEPTEMBER 2014

 


8   Articles

BREAKFAST WITH “BONES”

By Clarence “Bones” Adams On May 3, I went to breakfast with Clarence “Bones” Adams to take advantage of his experience and extensive knowledge about the sport. BREAKFAST WITH “BONES”

Turning Pro

By Dmitriy Salita Professional and amateur boxing have many similarities and differences. Although I have only 6 pro fights (6-0), I can share my experiences thus far. I turned pro at 19 years of age. Many important thoughts went through my head before making this very important decision. Let’s Turning Pro

My perspective on conditioning and training

By Paulie Ayala My most important thing is to always stay in condition. Too often, I see fighters that lack consistency and discipline. I never stop my running, boxing, exercise, and nutrition. When there is no fight scheduled, I allow myself a few days a week of eating whatever I like. These My perspective on conditioning and training

Eddie Gregory – The Fighter

By Eddie Mustafa Muhammad (formerly Eddie Gregory) AMATEUR CAREER: No-one in my family boxed. I wasn’t a troubled kid. I came from the same area as Mike Tyson and Riddick Bowe. There were plenty of times I could have strayed. I wanted to make my mother and father proud. My father worked Eddie Gregory – The Fighter

How women hurt women’s boxing

By Christy Martin I would like to address a few points that some (most) of the women involved in boxing do not understand. In my opinion, women’s boxing saw its hey day around 1996-97. During this period promoters were using more women on shows of all magnitudes. However, the decline started as How women hurt women’s boxing

PART II: EDDIE MUSTAFA MUHAMMAD - THE TRAINER

By Eddie Mustafa Muhammad HOW I BECAME A TRAINER: After I retired from fighting, like many others I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do. You know who got me back into boxing? Bob Arum! I was in Monte Carlo to support Mike McCallum. During the fight, I am seated in the official’s box screaming at PART II: EDDIE MUSTAFA MUHAMMAD - THE TRAINER

Shadows of a Room

Fiction by Teddy Atlas They wait in line to see the doctor. This makes them nervous, not because of fear of a needle, but the reminder that the moment is growing closer. It is a large room, stripped of make-up, only the essentials, some scattered chairs (the uncomfortable kind), a table, and Shadows of a Room

Richard Sandoval – Former champion, current trainer, a survivor of the sport

By Margaret Goodman, MD Richie Sandoval, a constant on the boxing scene, was at the top of his game when he suffered a career ending injury in 1986. Richie, a trainer at the Top Rank Gym, in Las Vegas, Nevada, and professional artist talks about his experiences and how he was able to walk away Richard Sandoval – Former champion, current trainer, a survivor of the sport
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