Tag: Marvin Hagler

Combat Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of March 21st)

By Tré Berry & Jon Uddin🖊️🖊️ | 03/18/2021

This past weekend, the little warriors took to center stage as Thailand’s Super-Flyweight power puncher Srisaket Sor Rungvisai positioned himself for a title shot, Estrada and Chocolatito squared off in their long awaited rematch, and the boxing world is reeling after losing an All Time Great. Continue reading “Combat Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of March 21st)”

A Boxing Giant Leaves Us Too Early, Rest in Piece to a Legend’s Legend, Marvelous Marvin Hagler 📰

Man, this is difficult news to break. Per a written release from his wife Gia, we have lost 👑🇺🇸Marvelous Marvin Hagler unexpectedly at the age of 66. Details surrounding his death are still currently unknown. Born on May 23rd, 1954, through sheer heart, grit, and skill, he turned himself into the ultimate weapon of boxing, to become arguably the greatest all-around Middleweight to ever 🥊🥊lace ’em up, and certainly one of the best to ever grace the profession.

Champion Alan Minter Loses his Bout With Cancer (1951-2020) 📰

Rest in piece to former Undisputed Middleweight World Champion 🥉🇬🇧Alan Minter, who we learned has passed away yesterday, unfortunately succumbing to his lengthy battle with cancer.  He was 69 years old.  His legacy was spearheaded from winning an Olympic Bronze-Medal at the Munich, Germany games back in 1972. Continue reading “Champion Alan Minter Loses his Bout With Cancer (1951-2020) 📰”

Old Skool Training Method: Marvin Hagler

World middleweight champion Marvelous Marvin Hagler perfects his form using that time honoured piece of equipment – the mirror.


Nowadays too many use the mirror to show off. That’s not what it’s for. It’s purpose is to help you to see how you look to the opponent! The mirror allows you to put yourself in the opponent’s shoes. If you can see holes in your movement you can bet your last dollar a smart foe will see them too.

Even after a couple of hundred years of boxing’s existence as an organised sport, the mirror remains a cheap and invaluable piece of equipment to any boxer – amateur or pro.