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Billy Joe Saunders Discussed

Billy Joe Saunders Discussed

Intuboxing is a company based out of Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom that covers professional boxing.[29]


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Roy Jones Jr. & Michael Williams Jr. On Commercial

Roy Jones Jr. & Michael Williams Jr. On Commercial

On its website customers can purchase tickets, shop for boxing apparel, see rankings and get the latest boxing news.

Roy Jones Jr. and Michael Williams Jr. have publicized the company through a Christmas commercial found on YouTube. Williams Jr. was also interviewed in the early stages of his professional career by Intuboxing through Facebook.[9] Intuboxing follows the careers of Anthony Joshua, Scott Quigg, Tyson Fury, Billy Joe Saunders, and other top U.K. fighters. Boxers fighting for U.K. promoters Queensberry Promotions and Matchroom. Boxing is given top billing on its website, social media platforms, and Youtube channel.[20] Paul Humphreys is involved with the company. Sports journalists Jamal Parker and Dan Hewitt have written for the company.

Anthony Joshua

Intuboxing has covered the career of 2012 Summer Olympics gold medalist Anthony Joshua. They have covered all of his successful world heavyweight championship title defenses, his loss to Andy Ruiz Jr., and his reclaiming of the heavyweight title against Ruiz in 2019. John Edmans and Paul Humphreys have done much work covering Joshua for Intuboxing. As of April 2020, Anthony Joshua is the WBO/WBA/IBF world heavyweight champion. However, Tyson Fury is the lineal/WBC world heavyweight heavyweight champion. Both Fury and Joshua hail from the United Kingdom. Fury is of Irish Traveller heritage while Joshua has Nigerian and English ancestry.[28]

Top Rank

Top Rank routinely issues press releases on intuboxing.com.[2] In April 2020, Intuboxing covered the boxing career of Matthew O'Neil. O'Neil's fights were facilitated by Lockheed Martin. Lockheed Martin has offices in the United Kingdom and is found on the New York Stock Exchange.

Youtube Channel

Its Instagram page states "from breaking news,1-to-1 interviews, a team of writers bringing stories to boxing fans worldwide.Tune

in with us with Facebook and YouTube page. "Its Youtube channel has 111,000 subscribers.[8]

Stoke-on-Trent, England

Stoke-on-Trent is a city and unitary authority area in Staffordshire, England. It is an area of 36 square miles (93 km2). Together with the neighbouring boroughs of Newcastle-under-Lyme and Staffordshire Moorlands, it is part of North Staffordshire. In 2016, the city had a population of 261,302.It is the largest settlement in all of Staffordshire. Its office is located at the Burslem Enterprise Centre on Moorland Road in Stoke-on-Trent.[18]

Excerpt From Article

The article titled "The Elusive Search For More Power" was authored by Neil Holland and posted to Intuboxing in May 2020:

When it comes to boxing sooner or later all boxers would like more power.

Often the notion is that jumping on the weights and improving muscle mass will deliver it.

In my experience, though nothing could be further from the truth.

Muscle weighs heavier than fat, and an already lean boxer at the top of his or her weight category could easily tip the scales firmly against being able to make the target-weight in future.

I think it’s true that real punchers are born not made.

This is where genetics, fast muscle-twitch fibres and natural athleticism come into play.

We’ve all seen the muscles some boxers have, and yes, they will propel the hand quickly to the target, but not universally.

Still, even with great muscle tone, there can be a huge difference between muscles that deliver strength, and muscles that deliver speed.

The latter is where conditioning what you’ve already got comes into play.

Making the most of what you already have is key to more power.

You could say that mass x acceleration equals power.

For example, take an orthodox boxer of ten stones throwing a straight right.

The aim would be to propel and transfer as much of that ten stone towards the opponent.

If the technique is correct, the boxer ends up with potentially all ten stone of weight accelerating through the target, concentrated in a couple of square inches that is the knuckle part of the glove.

The arm locked straight at the point of contact ensures that the effect is like running into a pole set in concrete.

If timed as the opponent is moving towards you both actions multiply the effect and deliver yet much more power.

The same applies to a power-jab.

When the muscle-laden power puncher meets the skilled boxer and the rounds go by you often see the point where the lactic acid builds up inside those big muscles.

Fatigue in boxing is a terrible thing when it arrives in a major way.

ots of slightly-built boxers carry serious power and it nearly always comes from combinations of speed, timing and technique.

Power in boxing occurs in context with the opponent's condition or mistake.

Great boxers read these moments.

Power punches that are concussive come more frequently when boxers are able to bring their feet, stance, distance, timing and ability to read their opponent, together in one split second of instinctive opportunity.

If a boxer is after more power, then it is wise to pull everything together.

Too often I see slow hands, poor footwork, poor use of distance, poor stance, poor balance and poor concentration.

The boxers where these deficiencies are much harder to identify are usually champions.[14]

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  • It is on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/IntuBoxingno1/

  • It is on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/intuboxing/


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