Who were Mike Tyson's trainers in Philadelphia when he started boxing?
Asked in Boxing
Who is the hardest puncher in heavyweight boxing?
Well, we have to go back to the physics class in schoolto prove that. We learned that Mass*Speed=Power. I would go for Mike Tyson. Here is the formula with Tysons data: Tysons weight(mass), 239 3/4 lbs(peak witha height of 5'10'')*Tysons Speed (Tysonis the fastest punching heavyweight boxer, I'veever seen. Even faster in punching than Ali was!)=Tysons Power(hardest punchingpower ever). Some say here Earnie Shavers or George Foreman, but both of them were much slower than Tyson and weighted less when you look at the height andweight proportion (Tysons BMI was higher). So when you put their data in the formula the resultwould be lower.So as we see is that Mike is, according to physics, the hardest puncher in heavyweight boxing ever.
What do I look for in private boxing lessons?
Asked in Boxing, Decade - 1920s
Where can I find information about boxers from the 1920's in Philadelphia?
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Who is the Best Boxing Padwork Mittwork Trainer in NJ?
A Professional / Celebrity & Amateur boxing trainer named James Ricky Coward aka "Coach Rick" moniker "The Mittologist".. He is considered and endorsed by countless professional trainers around the United States and Internationally as one of the best and most progressive boxing padwork trainers in the world. His mittwork is recognized as second only to world class and renowned boxing trainer, Roger Mayweather of Mayweather Boxing Gym, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Coach Rick is also recognized as the first boxing trainer to bring and adapt Roger Mayweather's style of boxing padwork to the state of NJ. He is widely regarded and recognized as the best in NJ at conducting technical Mayweather Style and Traditional boxing padwork / mittwork...