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This thread's about the best ever bench press that some of the most famous ever boxers could do. Ali? LaMotta? Tyson? So on and forth... I'd like to know!
if you want to be or are a boxer get a good trainer.White Tyson said:This thread's about the best ever bench press that some of the most famous ever boxers could do. Ali? LaMotta? Tyson? So on and forth... I'd like to know!
right now i am at 260 i was at 285 in april :thumbsup:bill1234 said:Thats not good for a boxer who's not huge.
super slow put he put me down in the first round on a body shot about 2 weeks ago.bill1234 said:He must be slow.
we have been fighting for years he knows me and i know him shhhhht like that won't work plus he is my cuz i want to play fair.bill1234 said:Well, you could use his slowness and power to your advantage. Heres how hopefuly he doesn't come on this site, or read this thread because he will then beat you. Fake him out by pretending your hurt, so he will then get sloppy and start swinging wildly then you can nail him, a lot.
how old are you?White Tyson said:I'm gonna be taking up some serious boxing training early next year when I make my move to another city... I'M AM GOING TO TRAIN MY ARSE OFF... and hope to make my professional boxing debut around about '2.5' years later.
Thats just it, it doesn't.dmoney said:Sorry to get back on topic especially one that has to do with weight training, which I feel is unesassary for boxers, however I heard a rumor (and I beleive that it was just a rumor and dont know why Im spreading it) that Rahman was able to bench an unbeleiveable 500lbs I didnt hear anything about sets or reps but that blew my mind. Why would someone who was serious about boxing waste there time with benching? What does benching a large amount of weight help you become a better boxer?