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Luis Quinones dead aged 25: Boxer passes away after five days in a coma as brother releases touching tribute

, Luis Quinones dead aged 25: Boxer passes away after five days in a coma as brother releases touching tribute

BOXER Luis Quinones has been confirmed dead following five days in a coma.

The fighter was rushed to hospital following a 140lb title bout against Jose Munoz in Barranquilla, the capital of Colombia.

Boxer Luis Quinones has been confirmed dead

Quinones underwent surgery for a clot in the brain in the early hours of Sunday, September 25.

And after five days in a coma, his death was confirmed on Thursday, September 30.

The Colombian Boxing Federation said: “Unfortunately he lost that battle, we express our sincere condolences to his entire family.

“Peace in his grave and resignation to the designs of God”

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A devastated Munoz spoke out following the tragic news of his opponent’s passing.

He said: “I never thought that a dream could turn into a real nightmare. 

“The desire to succeed in life put us both on the same path, but because of those things in life and especially the profession we chose, today you are in a situation that we never imagined.

“During the last days, your image does not stop in my head, and I think about the great future that lies ahead. 

“We have been partners and friends of sparring which has allowed me to know all the good things you have to offer as a person and as an athlete.”

Quinones lost for the first time in 11 fights against Munoz, having made his debut in 2018.

Brother Leonardo also paid tribute, writing on Facebook: “Now you are in the arms of your heavenly, whom you adored and served.

“I love you my brother Luis Quinones, forever in our hearts.”

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This marks the third death in the ring this year.

It follows the passing of Russian Arest Saakyan, 26, in January and South African Simiso Buthelezi, 24, in June.

There were also two boxing deaths in 2021, Mexican women Jeanette Zacarías Zapata, 18, and Rashed Al-Swaisat, 18, an amateur from Jordan.

Luis Quinones with his brother Leonardo

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to become a professional boxer?

Professional boxing requires dedication and years of hardwork. To become a professional fighter, you will need to devote at least 10 hours per weeks to training.

What are the benefits to boxing?

Boxing has many health benefits. Boxing is good for building strong bones and muscles. It improves your coordination and reflexes. It can also improve your heart and lungs. The best part is that boxing doesn’t require any special equipment. You can use almost anything around your home.

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Where should I buy boxing equipment?

There are many different places online where you can buy boxing equipment. Amazon, eBay. Walmart. Target. and Sports Authority are just a few of the many places you can buy boxing equipment online. Ross and TJ Maxx offer great deals on boxing gear at a fraction of the cost.

Quality boxing gear is what you should be looking for. You can consider Warrior, Golden Glove or Premier Boxing Champions.

Statistics

  • It is just like normal sparring with a partner, but you want to throw punches at 75% of your normal speed. (wikihow.com)
  • 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. (wikihow.com)

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How To

Here are some basic skills in 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. Each country has its own rules. There are three types: Amateur, Professional, or Olympic boxing.

Amateur boxing can be practiced at school or college. This type of boxing allows sparring without protection. Amateur boxing matches usually consist of three rounds lasting five minutes each. There are many styles of amateur boxing such as Kickboxing or Muay Thai, Taekwondo and Karate, Judo and Wrestling, among others.

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Most professional boxing takes place in gyms, clubs, and stadiums. They have protective equipment such as mouthpieces. Six rounds of professional boxing last four minutes each. There are many styles to professional boxing.

Olympic boxing is performed at the Olympics. International standards require that boxers use special protective gear. The eight rounds last three minutes each and are held over eight rounds. There are only two styles of Olympic boxing; Light Flyweight and Heavyweight.

Boxing’s fundamental skills are:

  • Techniques for punching
  • Guarding techniques
  • Footwork
  • Stance
  • Body movement
  • Defense
  • Combination
  • Rotation
  • Spare parts

Punching Techniques

There are seven types. Each punch is unique. Some punches require greater strength than others. An example of this is an uppercut, which requires tremendous force. On the contrary, a straight punch takes less power but is faster than most punches.

There are many combinations of punches. These are combinations of punches which work together to achieve a goal. A combination can contain multiple parts. An example of this is a left hook, followed by a right crossing. This will damage the opponent’s jaw.

Guard Techniques

Boxers use their bodies to defend themselves against attack. 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. He raises his leg when he is hit with a kick and then moves away from the opponent. To avoid being kicked on the sides, he bends at his knees when the attacker strikes from the front. If the attack is from the side, he will bend his knees to avoid being kicked on the side.

Elbows

Because elbow strikes inflict a lot of pain, they are very effective. An elbow strike can be delivered 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 the power of their hands to block any incoming blows. Boxers use their hands to stop incoming punches. They raise their fists up above their heads and move towards the 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. For defense purposes, knee strikes are common.

Feet

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A boxer should take control of an attack and respond with counter-attacks. He can then gain distance from his opponent. A boxer must also maintain his balance when responding to an opponent’s counter-attack.

Stances

Boxing is only possible if a boxer has a clear stance. His stance will determine how he defends. It dictates how he places his body and faces his opponent. Boxers have many options for stances. Here are some of the more popular ones:

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

Body Movement

A boxer must be able to move around his opponent in order to win a fight. This involves changing positions, speed, rhythm and timing.

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 punch will determine the effectiveness and efficiency of a combination. A good combination starts with a strong punch and ends with a weak one.

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Spare parts

Sparring is a form of boxing that aims to improve your skills. A sparring session is where a boxer trains both his mind and his body. Sparring is a way to learn how to fight without getting hurt.

To sum it all, boxing requires patience and dedication. To become a better fighter, you have to train hard and continue to work.

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