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Amanda Serrano Forced to Pull Out of Fight Due to Eye Injury

Devastating Turn of Events

Amanda Serrano was left in tears after having to emotionally pull out of her fight just minutes before it was set to take place, all because of a freak eye injury.

Heartbreak for the Puerto Rican Icon

The Puerto Rican icon was supposed to defend her undisputed featherweight title against Nina Meinke in her San Juan homecoming, but the plans were shattered due to the unexpected injury.

Jake Paul's Knockout and Serrano's Withdrawal

While Jake Paul scored a first-round knockout in the co-headliner, news started to surface about Serrano's eye injury, ultimately leading to her withdrawal from the fight.

Doctor's Orders

Despite her readiness to fight, doctors deemed Serrano unfit due to the eye injury, causing her to be unable to step into the ring and leaving her visibly devastated.

Support from Jake Paul and Opponent Meinke

Jake Paul expressed his support for Serrano, emphasizing the seriousness of the situation and the importance of prioritizing her health over the fight.

Opponent Nina Meinke also shared her disappointment at the turn of events, wishing Serrano a speedy recovery and expressing her readiness to face off when Serrano is back in fighting shape.

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn boxing at your home.

While you can start learning boxing at home through instructional videos or fitness apps, it’s recommended to train at a gym with a qualified coach to ensure you’re mastering the techniques correctly. Additionally, a boxing gym provides the equipment and the opportunity to practice with others.

What diet should a beginning boxer follow to get the best results?

Beginner boxers need to eat a healthy diet, including carbohydrates for energy and lean protein for muscle repair and development. They should also consume plenty of vegetables and fruits for vitamins and mineral content. Drinking plenty of water is important before, during and after your workouts.

What is amateur and professional Boxing?

Amateur boxing tends to be more focused on the sport side, with an emphasis placed on skills, techniques, and the number of points rather than on knockouts. It usually involves shorter rounds, and protective headgear is required. Professional boxing on the other is a career that requires full-time commitment. There are longer rounds with no headgear and an emphasis on power.

What equipment do I need to start boxing?

To begin boxing, you require essential gear for safety and effective training. You will need a pair boxing gloves to protect your hands and wrists, a mouthguard and headgear for sparring. Also, comfortable athletic clothes and boxing footwear are recommended for improved movement and support.

What are common boxing mistakes beginners make?

Common mistakes include overextending punches, dropping the hands, ignoring defense, holding the breath, neglecting footwork, and focusing too much on power rather than technique. A qualified coach can help you identify and correct these errors early on to prevent them from becoming habits.

Statistics

  • Beginner boxers tend to make the mistake of holding their breath in 70% of cases during their initial training sessions.
  • Research indicates that nearly 70% of punches thrown by boxers during a match are jabs.
  • On average, beginner boxers improve their punching power by 10%-20% after six months of consistent training.
  • Studies show that proper hand wrapping can reduce the chance of hand and wrist injuries by as much as 40%.
  • Approximately 80% of boxing injuries occur during training, not in actual competition.
  • On average, beginners who undergo proper boxing training can expect to burn anywhere from 300 to 500 calories per hour.
  • It is estimated that 60% of beginner boxers do not use the correct size gloves, which can increase the risk of injury.
  • Studies suggest that about 30% of beginner boxers tend to neglect the importance of footwork in their initial training phase.
  • About 25% of people who take up boxing transition to competitive amateur boxing within their first two years of training.
  • Roughly 75% of beginners do not employ adequate defensive tactics in their first sparring sessions.

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How To

How to breathe correctly while boxing

Correct breathing during boxing will improve your performance and prevent fatigue. Breathe in through your nose to fill your lungs and breathe out through your mouth when throwing punches. This exhalation needs to be short and explosive. This will tighten up your core and protect it when you hit. It is possible to develop rhythmic, controlled breathing by practicing it while shadowboxing.

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