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From inside the gym to around the world of combat sports, the TITLE Boxing Blog keeps you up-to-date with the latest MMA and Boxing news, training tips and fighting techniques. This is the kind of info you need to not only talk the talk, but walk the walk.
  1. Talking Boxing – Top Ten Common Phrases Influenced From the Boxing World - Boxer Sayings

    While everyone may not follow the sport of boxing, there’s no denying that it has influenced both our culture and even the way we talk. Yes, the way we talk. You may not know it, but some of today’s most common phrases come from the history of boxing. Here are some of the top boxing terms that have become a...
  2. The Cardinal Sins of Boxing

    There are some very specific things you have to do inside the ring to be a good boxer, but there are also some very specific things you should NEVER do in the ring in order to be a good boxer.  Of course, there are the basic rules, like...don't drop your jab when you bring it back, don't step with the...
  3. The Attributes of a Fighter

    By Douglas Ward, Marketing Director at TITLE Boxing Most Important Boxing Techniques Being a fighter takes a special combination of skill and will, power and finesse and an unmatched physical and mental toughness.  Boxing requires a resolve to not only survive, but thrive in any situation you’re faced with.  From technique to tenacity, these are the most important characteristics of...
  4. Ready...Aim...Fire!

    Boxing has a built-in, natural progression to it when it is taught properly and this applies to defense as much as it does anything else. Some coaches adhere to a sink or swim method. They throw their new protégé into sparring within a couple of weeks or have them competing within a month or less.  Some coaches feel like this...
  5. Wait for No One

      There's nothing more frustrating than watching your favorite boxer getting outworked by a lesser opponent or urging your own fighter on in-between rounds, only to be forced to sit by and watch him falling one step behind while the minutes of each round tick away.  All the while, his adversary is letting his hands fly and piling up points. ...

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