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Jake Paul slammed by John Fury for fighting ‘hand-picked geriatrics’ after Anderson Silva win as Tommy eyes grudge match

, Jake Paul slammed by John Fury for fighting ‘hand-picked geriatrics’ after Anderson Silva win as Tommy eyes grudge match

JOHN FURY has accused Jake Paul of handpicking “geriatrics” following his win over Anderson Silva.

The YouTuber turned boxer stretched his professional record to a perfect 6-0 last weekend with a unanimous decision victory over the MMA legend.

Jake Paul defeated UFC legend Anderson Silva in their boxing match last weekend

Victory over Silva stretched Paul’s record to a perfect 6-0

, Jake Paul slammed by John Fury for fighting ‘hand-picked geriatrics’ after Anderson Silva win as Tommy eyes grudge matchBut his latest win did little to impress Tommy Fury’s dad John

But victory over the 47-year-old UFC great has done little to impress Fury, the father of Paul’s rival Tommy.

He said on Instagram Live: “This man [Tommy] is fighting here, at least he’s a proper fighter.

“He trains as a boxer. All he’s fighting, he’s had seven pro fights against proper opposition.

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“Not some hand-picked geriatric that needs a Zimmer frame [walker] to get in the ring.”

Paul, 25, dropped Silva in the final round of their Arizona dust-up on his way to a decision victory.

John, however, can’t understand how Paul opted to fight the near-fifty-year-old Silva.

He said: “If any of my sons was fifty years old and doing that, I’d say ‘Listen, have a day off, give your head a wobble.’

“‘Alls you’re going to do is make a fool of yourself and entertainment for other people.

“You’re making the other man that’s useless look good.’”

Paul and Tommy have twice been scheduled to throw down with one another but have yet to share the ring.

Injury and illness to Fury scuppered their first scheduled meeting last December, while visa issues laid waste to their second.

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And John has no doubt in his mind his youngest son would teach The Problem Child a lesson.

He said: “Jake Paul can’t fight. [Tommy] will knock Jake Paul out with one punch.

“And I’ll say it now on camera: Jake Paul will get knocked out with the first right hand that he throws, and I’ll put money on it.”

Paul expected critics to be out in force after his latest victory, saying: “They’re gonna find something to say.

“‘Fight a real boxer!’ B***h, I tried. Hey, if I was walking on water, people would say I can’t swim.

“So there’s always gonna be haters, there’s always gonna be critics, and that’s just there, that’s everyday, part of life if you’re doing something and being successful.

“So I don’t worry about this s**t and this is just the start baby.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are some of the benefits of boxing

Boxing is associated with many health benefits. Boxing builds strong bones and muscles. It improves coordination, reflexes, and coordination. It strengthens your heart, lungs and other vital organs. The best thing about boxing is that it doesn’t require any special equipment. You can use any item you have at home.

What are the benefits of learning to box?

Here are some reasons to learn boxing:

  • It builds confidence. Learning to box will give you the courage to face bullies or other people who might try to bully you.
  • It improves your health. Boxing is good for building muscle mass. Muscle mass makes you stronger.
  • It teaches you self defense skills. You learn how fight and how to protect yourself.
  • It builds mental toughness. Mental toughness is vital when facing difficult situations.
  • You feel accomplished. When you master a particular technique, it will make you feel like a true fighter.
  • It’s fun! Nothing is more fun than being punched in a stomach.
  • It’s cheap. All you need is a pair of boxing gloves and a punching bag.
  • It doesn’t require much space

How many hours do boxers train in a single day?

Boxing trainers work out for at least 4 hours each day. They also study boxing techniques and learn new moves. Boxers can spar up to 10 times per week.

Is it possible to learn boxing?

You can box if you want. All you have to do is find a nearby boxing club and join a class. Although most gyms offer free classes to their members, it is possible to search Google for other local boxing clubs.

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Also, equipment like gloves and mouthpieces, headgear, as well as sparring partners will be required. Once you have all the equipment, you can start practicing your kicks and punches.

How many punches is a human capable of taking?

A punch is defined by “a blow delivered using a fist”. The human body can only take one punch at a given time. You are punching someone in the face if they hit you. You cannot hit the person back. This would be two punches.

Statistics

  • 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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How To

Here are the Essential Skills of Boxing

How to box effectively

Boxing is the most loved sport in the world. It involves two people who attempt to knock each other out of their heads. Each country has its own rules. In general, there are three types of boxing; Amateur, Professional and Olympic boxing.

Amateur boxing usually takes place at school, college and university. This boxing style includes sparring sessions without protection, using padded gloves. Amateur boxing competitions usually last three rounds and last five minutes each. There are many types of amateur boxing: Kickboxing, Muay Thai and Taekwondo.

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Boxing is often practiced in gyms or clubs. They are protected by protective equipment like a mouthpiece, nose protector, shinguards, elbow pads and knee pads, waist belt, and groin protection. Professional boxing competitions have six rounds that last four minutes each. There are many styles of professional boxing: Boxing, MMA (Mixed Martial Arts), Kickboxing and Muay Thai.

Olympic boxing takes place at the Olympics. Special protective gear must be worn by boxers to ensure compliance with international standards. The competition lasts for eight rounds, each lasting three minutes. Olympic boxing is limited to two styles: Light Flyweight and Heavyweight.

The basic skills of boxing are:

  • Punching techniques
  • Guarding techniques
  • Footwork
  • Stance
  • The body moves
  • Defense
  • Combination
  • Rotation
  • Spare parts

Punching Techniques

There are seven types. Each punch comes with its own technique. Some punches require more force than others. For example, an uppercut requires great force. On the contrary, a straight punch takes less power but is faster than most punches.

There are also various punching combinations. These are combinations that combine punches to accomplish a particular goal. A combination can contain multiple parts. For example, a left hook followed by a right cross will cause damage to the opponent’s jaw.

Guard Techniques

Boxers protect themselves by protecting their bodies. He does this using his legs and arms, elbows as well as hands, knees and feet.

Legs

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A boxer must use his legs to defend against kicks. When he’s hit, he raises his right leg and runs away from the attacker. To avoid being kicked in the side, he bends down if the attacker attacks from the front. If the attack is from the side, he will bend his knees to avoid being kicked on the side.

Elbows

Elbow strikes are very powerful because they inflict great pain. You can deliver an elbow strike directly or indirectly. Directly means you hit your opponent directly with your forearm. While indirectly, it means you hit him with another section of your arm.

Hands

Boxers use both their hands and arms to prevent incoming blows. Boxers raise their fists to block incoming blows and then move in the direction of the attacker’s attack. The attacker’s fist is then in their face.

Knees

Boxers should bend their knees when receiving blows to the abdomen, stomach, or chest. For defense purposes, knee strikes are common.

Feet

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A boxer should not be afraid to respond to an attack. This allows him to put distance between himself, his opponent, and the ring. Also, boxers must maintain their balance while delivering counter-attacks.

Stances

In order to box effectively, a boxer needs to establish a stance. The way he defends himself will be determined by his stance. It determines his position and the direction he will face. There are many stances available to boxers. These are some of our most favorite:

  • Low stance
  • High stance
  • Southpaw stance
  • Western stance

Move your body

To win a fight, a fighter must move around the opponent. This includes changing speed, position and rhythm.

Rotation

To increase his punching power, a boxer rotates when he throws a punch. You can rotate at different speeds depending upon the punch.

Combinations

The timing of each punch determines the effectiveness of a combination. A combination is good if it starts with a strong punch then ends with a weaker one.

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Spare parts

Sparring is an exercise session to improve boxing skills. During sparring sessions, a boxer trains his mind as well as his body. Sparring is a way to learn how to fight without getting hurt.

It is important to be patient and dedicated when learning how to box. To become a better boxer, you must train hard and for a long time.

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