Boxing Style Fight Analysis
A surefire way to understand boxing style is to undertake fighter and fight analysis. The MyBoxingCoach website contains a host of instructional videos describing individual boxing skills. When you link together a range of boxing skills what you effectively do is build your boxing style.
When I make a video that isolates and breaks down a boxing skill to it’s basic parts, I have to take that skill out of context. What I have found is that a very effective way of giving that skill context again is to demonstrate how fighters of all skill levels incorporate these skills into their boxing style when facing off against a ‘live’ opponent. This is where as part of my ongoing commitment to provide useful and informative articles I produce boxing style and fight analysis articles.
Even if you have no inclination to undertake the act of boxing, I can guarantee that after looking at these boxing style and fight analysis articles you will never look at a boxing match in quite the same way again.
So, what can you expect to find in this range of articles? Firstly, I make use of that wonder of the Internet-age; YouTube. There is an endless source of boxing video out there that we can use as an effective learning tool. The majority of the fight analysis articles are based on video, with links to all videos embedded into the article. The videos are analysed within the accompanying text descriptions, with timed points within the videos being highlighted at relevant points throughout the article.
I seek to answer questions such as how to fighters apply boxing skills? What are the key characteristics of a fighter’s boxing style? What makes the great fighters great?
You might think that I stick to the big names. Sure, it would be wrong of me not to pay appropriate homage to the top guys, so there boxing style and fight analysis of Manny Pacquiao, Marvin Hagler, Roberto Duran and others. As well as our idols, I also undertake some analysis of particularly interesting fights, analysis of some high quality amateur boxing matches and I even venture into the world of white collar boxing. The fact is that we can pick up worthwhile nuggets from all kinds of boxing style and fight analysis work, from raw novices to all time greats.
Below are some links to some of the most popular boxing style and fight analysis articles. Additionally there is a further link that will provide access to the entire range of boxing style and fight analysis articles. Bear in mind that this is an ever expanding set, so it is always worth checking back to see what has been added.
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There really is a massive amount to learn here and it can all be traced back to our skills articles, bringing us full circle back to giving context to our boxing skills. Feel free to comment on individual articles, or indeed to leave requests here for any particular boxing style or fight analysis that you’d like to learn more on.