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Jordan Flynn announces next fight, would ‘smash up’ KSI and reveals plans after huge win on AJ undercard

, Jordan Flynn announces next fight, would ‘smash up’ KSI and reveals plans after huge win on AJ undercard

JORDAN FLYNN has announced when we can expect to see him fight next.

And there is not long to wait after he beat Kane Baker on the undercard for Anthony Joshua vs Jermain Franklin.

Jordan Flynn came out on top against Kane Baker in his latest bout at the O2 Arena

Flynn now possesses a 9-0 record, and is keen to fight again soon

Flynn’s fight against Baker was one of the best of the night, and he was praised by almost all in the boxing world, including Joshua himself and promoter Eddie Hearn.

Following his statement victory, he has revealed to SunSport what his next plans are, and what life has been like after announcing himself to the world on the big stage.

He said: “It’s time for a weeks rest.

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“I’m going to Tenerife for a week of sun and recovery and then it will be back to Sheffield for training before I hopefully fight again in June.

“There is no opponent yet, but I want to get myself a rival, I need a rivalry in the sport.”

The 27-year-old is signed to Anthony Joshua‘s 258 Management, who are expertly handling the careers of Brit prospects Ben Whittaker and Campbell Hatton.

And despite his now 9-0 record, this was the first time he really had the opportunity to announce himself as one of the best up and comers in the sport.

He added: “It felt good to be on the big stage, I felt like I was meant to be there even though it was such a big event.


“I spoke to AJ just before his fight, he was congratulating me but also in the zone and ready for his battle with Franklin, no doubt I’ll be speaking to him properly this week.

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“It is great to have such a good team, Freddie Cunningham and the guys were saying what a good fight it was.

“Eddie Hearn was retweeting loads of stuff about it – he came up to me and said he was proud of me and how entertaining I am to watch, a lot of people were saying it was worthy of being a co-main event!”

And one money-spinning fight Flynn would be up for is a dust-up with YouTuber KSI.

Asked about the rise of influencer boxing, he said: “I think it is good because it brings different eyes to the sport. But it should be separate to professional boxing.

“Still I would happily beat one of these guys up for good money, it would be an easy fight.

“If any of them want it, they can get it, let them know. If KSI wanted it I would smash him up.”

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average time it takes to learn boxing?

Boxing takes approximately 3 months to learn. This includes learning how to do footwork, stand, and balance. It’s important that you remember that boxing doesn’t only involve throwing punches. You also need to learn how to block and dodge attacks.

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How long does a boxer train per day?

Boxing trainers usually work out at least 4 hours a day. They also spend time studying boxing techniques, learning new moves, and practicing their punches. Boxers sometimes spar 10 times per semaine.

What is the best way to practice boxing punches in your home?

You can practice boxing using a punching bags. Once you feel comfortable with the technique, you can punch the bag. Then, move to the next area. Once you feel at ease with one area you will move on.

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What can I do to improve my punching?

Punching form is one of the most important parts of boxing. For you to become a better boxer, your punch technique must be perfected. Here are some ways to improve your boxing technique.

  • Keep your head high. When you are throwing punches, your head should be raised.
  • Punch from your shoulder. If you are going to throw a punch, aim for the shoulder and not your chin.
  • Pay attention to your feet. When you punch, don’t move your feet.
  • Throw short, quick punches. Longer punches can tire you faster.
  • Don’t forget about defense! Always be ready to stop any incoming punches.
  • Use your elbows. Your elbows can be used to protect yourself.
  • Learn to use your legs. You can avoid being knocked to the ground if you learn how to properly use your legs.
  • Every day, practice. You will feel tired when you finish training. Keep going. It takes practice to get good at anything.
  • Have fun Have fun doing what you do.
  • Breathe. Breathing correctly will make you stronger and give you energy.
  • Relax. Don’t worry too much about making mistakes. Focus on learning new things.
  • Be patient. Boxing can be difficult. It takes time for you to get better at boxing.
  • Never stop improving. As long as there is room for improvement, there will be room for improvement.
  • You can listen to music. Music can be a great way to relax and concentrate while training.
  • See videos of professional boxers. Watching them fight can inspire you to work harder.
  • Read books. Reading is a great way to learn about boxing.
  • You need to take breaks. Sometimes it helps to take a break from boxing. Play soccer or basketball outdoors.
  • Look for a coach. Boxing is a sport that requires a coach with a lot of experience. This will help you to improve quicker.
  • Do push-ups. Push-ups are great for endurance and strength building.

How do I practice boxing alone?

You can also watch professional boxing matches live on TV if you don’t have a partner and want to learn boxing. A local amateur boxing association is also available. Amateur boxesing clubs usually hold regular training sessions. These sessions often involve sparring partners who hit the pads together.

You can also train boxing with punching bags. Before hitting the bag you should make sure you are wearing protective gear, such as gloves.

How can I increase my defense against fighting?

It is possible to improve your defensive capabilities by learning how smart you fight. It is important to know how to defend yourself against all types of attacks, as well as how to counterattack when necessary.

You won’t be able to fight if you don’t know what fighting is. You’ll just get beaten up. But if you do know how to fight, you’ll be ready for whatever comes at you.

Here are some tips to improve your defense.

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  1. You must understand where your opponent’s attacks are coming from. This means that you have to pay attention to your opponent’s body language. If your opponent appears nervous, it could mean that he’s about to attack again.
  2. Remain calm. Don’t panic. Instead, try to remain focused and relaxed.
  3. Block with your arms. Blocking with your arms is an effective and simple way to defend against attacks.
  4. Counterattack. You must immediately counterattack if you see your enemy attacking you.
  5. Fight dirty. Fight dirty. You can also respond to an opponent’s kicks by kicking them back.


  • It is just like normal sparring with a partner, but you want to throw punches at 75% of your normal speed. (
  • You want to be running at roughly 75-80% of your top speed..5 mile slow, easy recovery jog at the end.[6]X Research source 2Mix in long runs, shadow boxing, and short sprints on non-interval days. (

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How to learn to box for exercise

Boxing is a sport that improves self confidence and physical fitness. Boxing is one of the most popular sports in the world. It involves strength, speed and agility.

Boxing can be a great exercise and a way to improve your self-esteem. You will find that the activity is enjoyable and you want to continue doing it.

There are many kinds of boxing programs. Some programs are offered at local gyms and others at your home. There are also online courses which allow you to study from anywhere in the world.

You should ensure that the program you select meets your lifestyle and goals. The best programs include exercises designed to build muscle mass, increase flexibility, improve cardiovascular endurance, and enhance overall well-being.

You should also consider whether you prefer a beginner’s course or a more advanced one. Basic techniques and drills are taught in beginner’s programs. These include shadowboxing and sparring, mittwork, and punching combinations. Advanced programs cover more complex movements and offer more variety.

The beginner’s program usually lasts around 8 weeks and costs less than $100. These programs don’t give any nutritional, weight loss, or injury prevention advice.

Advanced programs can last up to six months, and usually cost about $300. They often include nutritional advice, stretching routines, warm-up exercises, and instruction on proper technique. Some programs include resistance training, such as lifting weights, and aerobic conditioning, such as running.

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