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Joe Joyce and Oleksandr Usyk pictured together with Frank Warren hinting at ‘future heavyweight fight we can’t wait for’

, Joe Joyce and Oleksandr Usyk pictured together with Frank Warren hinting at ‘future heavyweight fight we can’t wait for’

JOE JOYCE and Oleksandr Usyk put up their fists after an unplanned meeting with one another – but only for a photo.

Putney pounder Joyce is the mandatory challenger for Usyk’s WBO title and has been vocal about getting his hands on the undefeated Ukrainian.

Joe Joyce and Oleksandr Usyk bumped into one another at the 35th WBO Convention

Joe Joyce in the mandatory challenger for Usyk’s WBO heavyweight title

, Joe Joyce and Oleksandr Usyk pictured together with Frank Warren hinting at ‘future heavyweight fight we can’t wait for’Joyce battered Joesph Park to solidify his mandatory challenger status

And get his hands on Usyk he did after a recent unexpected rendezvous – albeit a friendly one at the 35th World Boxing Organization Convention.

Promoter Frank Warren shared an image of the pair embracing and putting their fists up for a photo to his Instagram page on Tuesday.

His accompanying caption read: ” A future clash we can’t wait for!”

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Joyce solidified his status as WBO mandatory challenger with a stunning 11th-round knockout of the belt’s former holder Joseph Parker last month.

Warren recently said: “We’ve worked very hard over the last few years on this heavyweight scene and we’ve guided our guys in different organisations and we’ve boxed it off a bit so I’m pleased.

“Joe done extremely well [against Joseph Parker], got great reviews back from America because his fight done big numbers over there

“It was a good fight to watch. He’s set himself up.

“Him and Tyson [Fury] will be a huge fight, [Deontay] Wilder will be a huge fight, AJ.

“He’ll be out in February. He’s in a real good spot.”

Unified heavyweight champion Usyk is open to defending his belts against Joyce, although he jokingly claimed he’s afraid of The Juggernaut.

He told Seconds Out: “No I don’t want to fight with him. He’s like a Tank.

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“Did you watch him fight? Jokes aside, I wanna fight for belts.”

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Boxing?

Boxing is an intense sport in which two people attempt to knock their opponent out by hitting them in both the head or face. Boxing is about hitting an opponent as hard possible, without inflicting any injuries. Both boxers need to be able throw punches at high speeds in order to achieve this. They must also have good hand-eye coordination.

How do I practice boxing alone?

You can practice boxing by watching professional matches on TV, even if your partner is not available. You could also look for an amateur boxing club in your area. Amateur boxing groups often have regular training sessions. These sessions typically involve sparring partners, who often hit pads together.

You can also practice boxing using punching bags. Before you hit the bag, make sure to wear protective gear like boxing gloves.

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How do boxers train for beginners?

Although boxing is one the oldest sports, it has only recently been rediscovered as a popular sport. Boxing is a sport that involves two fighters fighting each other in a boxing ring. They punch one another until one falls.

Finding out if boxing is something you enjoy is the first step to becoming a professional boxer. Check out some YouTube fights to get a feel for what it is like to hit someone. Once you decide if boxing is something you enjoy, you can then choose the type of fighting you prefer.

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How To

Here are some basic skills in boxing

How to box efficiently

Boxing has become a very popular sport. It is a fight between two opponents. Different countries have different rules. In general, there are three types of boxing; Amateur, Professional and Olympic boxing.

Amateur boxing can be practiced at school or college. This type includes sparring sessions using padded gloves, but without protection. Amateur boxing contests are usually three rounds in length, lasting five minutes each. There are many different styles of amateur boxing including Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Taekwondo, Karate, Judo, Wrestling and others.

Most professional boxing takes place in gyms, clubs, and stadiums. They use protective equipment, such as mouthpieces, nose guards, shin protectors, elbow pads knee pads, waist belts and groin protectors. Professional boxing competitions have six rounds that last four minutes each. There are many styles to professional boxing.

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

Boxing’s fundamental skills are:

  • Punching techniques
  • Guarding techniques
  • Footwork
  • Stance
  • Body movement
  • Defense
  • Combination
  • Rotation
  • Spare parts

Punching Techniques

There are seven types: Left Hook (right hook), Right Hook (uppercut), Cross (cross), Straight, Overhand, Underhand. Each punch is different. Some punches require greater strength than others. A strong uppercut for example requires a lot of force. A straight punch, on the other hand requires less power and is quicker than other punches.

There are also various punching combinations. These are combinations of punches that work together to achieve a specific goal. A combination may have multiple parts. A combination may include multiple parts. For example, damage to the jaw of an opponent can be caused by a left hook and a right cross.

Guard Techniques

A boxer protects himself by using his body. He uses his arms, legs, elbows, knees, knees, and feet to do this.

Legs

Boxers should use their legs to defend against kicks. After receiving a kick, he will raise his leg and move away from the attacker. To avoid being kicked on the sides, he bends at his knees when the attacker strikes from the front. But if the attack comes in the back, he will stand straight and block the kick using his foot.

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Elbows

Elbow strikes are very powerful because they inflict great pain. An elbow strike may be delivered directly or in an indirect manner. Directly refers to hitting your opponent with the forearm, while indirect means you hit him using another part of your arms.

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

To absorb the impact of a punch to the stomach, abdomen, or chest, boxers should bend their knees. A lot of boxers use knee strikes to defend themselves.

Feet

A boxer should take control of an attack and respond with counter-attacks. This allows him to put distance between himself, his opponent, and the ring. Additionally, boxers need to maintain their balance when they counter-attack.

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Stances

To box effectively, a boxer must establish a stance. The way he defends him will be dictated by his stance. It dictates how he places his body and faces his opponent. There are many positions that boxers can adopt. Here are the most commonly used ones:

  • A low stance
  • High stance
  • Southpaw stance
  • Western stance

Body Movement

A boxer must change his position, speed and rhythm in order to win the fight. This involves changing position, speed and rhythm.

Rotation

Rotating his arm to increase the puncher’s reach is a key part of boxing. You can rotate at different speeds depending upon the punch.

Combinations

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

Spare parts

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Sparring is a practice session designed to improve boxing skills . Sparring is a training session that helps a boxer train his mind and body. In conclusion, the purpose of sparring is to learn how to fight and not get hurt.

It is important to be patient and dedicated when learning how to box. To be a better boxer you need to train hard.

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