CHRIS EUBANK JR leaked private messages with Liam Smith as the rivals traded insults ahead of their pay-per-view fight.
Eubank returns in a middleweight Sky Box Office bout against Smith next Saturday in Manchester.
Chris Eubank Jr and Liam Smith ahead of their PPV fight
And the war of words between the pair of ex-sparring partners has not stopped since the fight was announced.
Eubank, 33, mocked Smith, 34, by claiming he is getting “cooked” in the ring, like the steak he was preparing to eat.
Former light-middleweight world champion Smith responded to the dig via direct message on Instagram.
He told Eubank: “Boss BANTZ, crazy div.”
It sparked a back and forth between the two, taking their rivalry to new heights.
Eubank hit back: “It may seem like banter now… but once that bell goes & the cooking actually begins you won’t be laughing trust me.”
Smith replied: “I can’t f****** wait, don’t worry.”
Eubank responded: “Medium or well done?”
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After Smith did not write back, he jibed: “Bloody it is then.”
Smith then said: “Are you that nervous that ur still trying to get under my skin?”
Eubank goaded: “I was under your skin long before this mate everyone sees it.”
Smith said: “Chris if that’s what you think, your (sic) way off mate. But let’s just wait and see, we’re here now, not long to go.”
Eubank snapped back: “It’s what I know along with everyone else.
“You ain’t fooling anybody with your silly little laughs… people see right through that s***.
“I’m in your head… accept it like your (sic) going to have to accept the cooking you are about to receive in a couple weeks time.”
Smith said: “Your (sic) hoping your in my head haha you couldn’t get in my head, your not clever enough.
“Your a game hungry t**. Like I have told u before, I can’t f****** wait, trust me.”
Eubank ended the argument with: “You slid in my DM’s then claim I’m not in your head a delusional fool if I ever saw one.”
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best way to practice boxing punches in your home?
A punching bag is used for practicing boxing punches. Once you feel comfortable with the technique, you can punch the bag. You can then move on to another area of your body. Once you feel comfortable with one area, you’ll move on to the next.
How do boxers train for beginners?
Boxing is one of the oldest sports in existence, but it was only recently that boxing became popular again. Boxing is a sport where two fighters face off against each other in a ring. They punch each other until one of them falls.
It is important to decide if you like boxing before you can start training to become a fighter. You can try watching some fights on YouTube and see how it feels to hit someone. Once you decide if boxing is something you enjoy, you can then choose the type of fighting you prefer.
How to throw a jab
You can throw a jab by following this easy step-by–step guide.
- Step forward with both feet.
- Elevate your arm over your shoulder.
- Your target is at your feet.
- After hitting your target you should swing your arm up.
- Steps 1 through 4 can be repeated.
What are some ways I can improve my combat defense?
It is possible to improve your defensive capabilities by learning how smart you fight. You need to be able to defend yourself from all angles and counterattack if necessary.
You won’t be able to fight if you don’t know what fighting is. You’ll just get beaten up. However, if your fight skills are solid, you’ll be ready to face any challenge.
Here are some tips to help you improve your defense:
- You need to know where your opponent is coming from. This means you should pay attention to what your opponent is saying. If he appears nervous, it could indicate that he is about to launch his next attack.
- Keep calm. Don’t panic. Instead, be calm and focussed.
- Block with your arms. Blocking with your arms is a simple but effective way to defend yourself against attacks.
- Counterattack. Counterattack.
- Fight dirty. Fighting dirty is another way to defend yourself. If you are being kicked by your opponent, you can respond by kick him back.
How long does learning boxing take?
Boxing can be learned in 3 months. It takes 3 months to learn the basics of boxing, including footwork, stance and balance. It’s important to remember that boxing is not only about throwing punches. It is important to know how to dodge and block attacks.
- It is just like normal sparring with a partner, but you want to throw punches at 75% of your normal speed. (wikihow.com)
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These are the basic skills of boxing
How to effectively box
Boxing is one the most well-known sports in the world. It involves two people who attempt to knock each other out of their heads. Different countries have different rules. There are three main types of boxing: Amateur boxing, Professional boxing, and Olympic boxing.
Amateur boxing is usually practiced at school, college or university. This form of boxing involves sparring with no protection and using padded gloves. Usually amateur boxing competitions consist of three rounds of five minutes each. There are many styles to amateur boxing like Kickboxing. Muay Thai. Taekwondo. Karate. Judo. Wrestling.
Most professional boxing takes place in gyms, clubs, and stadiums. They are equipped with protective equipment including a mouthpiece and nose guard, shinguards as well as elbow pads, knee pads. Waist belts and groin protectors. Professional boxing contests last six rounds and last for four minutes each. There are many different types of professional Boxing such as Boxing, MMA, Kickboxing, Muay Thai or Taekwondo.
Olympic boxing is performed at the Olympics. International standards dictate that boxers must wear protective gear. Each round lasts three minutes and is made up of eight rounds. Olympic boxing can be divided into two types: Light Flyweight (Heavyweight) and Heavyweight (Light Flyweight).
The basics of boxing are:
- Techniques for punching
- Techniques for protecting yourself
- Move your body
- Spare parts
There are seven types. Each punch comes with its own technique. Some punches are more powerful than others. A strong uppercut for example requires a lot of force. On the other hand, a straight punch requires less power but it is faster than other punches.
There are also different combinations. These are combinations which combine several punches in order to achieve a specific goal. One combination can have many parts. A left hook followed with a right-cross will cause injury to the opponent’s jaw.
A boxer protects himself by using his body. He uses his arms, legs, elbows, knees, knees, and feet to do this.
Boxers should use the legs to protect themselves against kicks. He raises his leg when he is hit with a kick and then moves away from the opponent. To avoid being kicked in the side, he bends down if the attacker attacks from the front. If the attack comes from behind, however, he can stand straight up and block the kick by his foot.
Elbow strikes are very powerful because they inflict great pain. An elbow strike can be delivered either directly or indirectly. Directly, you strike your opponent with your forearm. Indirectly, you hit him with another portion of your arm.
Boxers use both their hands and arms to prevent incoming blows. They raise their fists high above their heads and point them in the direction of an attack. They then touch the attackers fist.
When receiving a blow to the stomach, abdomen or chest, a boxer should bend his knees to absorb the impact. Defense purposes are often served by knee strikes.
A boxer should not be afraid to respond to an attack. This will allow him to gain distance from his opponent. Boxers should also keep their balance when counter-attacking.
Boxing effectively requires a boxer to have a good stance. The way he defends himself will be determined by his stance. It determines where he will face his opponent and how he will position his body. There are many positions that boxers can adopt. These are some of our most favorite:
- Low stance
- High stance
- Southpaw stance
- Western stance
Moving your body
A boxer must be able to move around his opponent in order to win a fight. This means changing your speed, position and rhythm.
When a boxer throws a punch, he rotates in order to increase the reach of his arm. Different types of punches require different speeds for the rotation.
The timing of each punch determines the effectiveness of a combination. A good combination starts with a strong punch and ends with a weak one.
Sparring is an exercise session to improve boxing skills. Boxers learn to train their mind and bodies during sparring sessions. The goal of sparring is to learn to fight, and not to get hurt.
It is important to be patient and dedicated when learning how to box. Boxing is a sport that requires dedication and perseverance.