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Watch amazing throwback footage as world title contender Joe Joyce gets KO’d in just 34 SECONDS in amateur boxing fight

, Watch amazing throwback footage as world title contender Joe Joyce gets KO’d in just 34 SECONDS in amateur boxing fight

FOOTAGE of Joe Joyce being knocked out in less than a minute has resurfaced.

The Putney pounder is on the brink of a world title shot following his spectacular 11th-round stoppage of former WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker last month.

Joe Joyce was dropped by Sergey Kuzmin at the 2013 European Championships

The Russian flattened Joyce with a sickening overhand right

, Watch amazing throwback footage as world title contender Joe Joyce gets KO’d in just 34 SECONDS in amateur boxing fightJoyce collapsed to the canvas and the fight was stopped after a mere 34 seconds

Joyce has yet to taste defeat since turning pro five years ago, although he did hit the canvas in his 2013 European Championships clash with Sergey Kuzmin.

Footage of the Russian knocking out Joyce with a hammer of an overhand right 34 seconds into their super-heavyweight clash recently recirculated on Twitter.

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In an interview with Sky Sports, Kuzmin said of the stunning stoppage victory: “It happened very quickly and it was not a very long fight.

“It’s hard to describe all that came through my head because I didn’t get to see much of what he brought into the fight.

“This was the super-heavyweight division and each and every punch matters.

“I delivered a very good punch accurately and with good timing and it ended the fight.”

Kuzmin would love to run into Joyce in the professional ranks, although he wouldn’t take too much from their 2013 clash.

The European Championships silver medallist said: “If the fight happens we will see.

“It would not make any sense to compare one fight to another and amateur and professional boxing.

“But hopefully we will meet one day in the ring and we will see, I am very interested in fighting Joyce in the future in the pros.”

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Joyce’s stunning stoppage of Parker solidified his status as the mandatory challenger for Oleksandr Usyk‘s WBO title.

Promoter Frank 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.”

Frequently Asked Questions

How can beginners boxers train?

Boxing is one among the oldest sports. However, boxing has become very popular in recent years. Two fighters are matched up in boxing. They punch each other until one fighter falls down.

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To become a boxer, you must first find out what boxing is like. You can watch some boxing matches on YouTube to feel how it feels hitting someone. After you have decided if you are interested in boxing, you can choose the style of fighting that you like.

Can you learn to box?

You can learn how to box. 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.

You will also need gloves, mouthpieces and headgear to sparring with your partners. Once you have this equipment, it’s time to start practicing your kicks.

How long does it take for a professional boxer to become one?

Professional boxing takes hard work and dedication. If you want to become a professional boxer, you’ll need to dedicate at least 10 hours per week to training.

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What are some of the benefits of learning how to box

Here are some reasons to learn boxing:

  • It increases confidence. Boxing will teach you how to deal with bullies and other bullies.
  • It can improve your health. Boxing increases muscle mass. Muscle mass can make you stronger.
  • It teaches self-defense skills. Learning how to fight is the first step to protecting yourself.
  • It develops your mental toughness. When you face challenges, mental toughness is essential.
  • It can give you a feeling of accomplishment. 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. It only takes a pair if boxing gloves, and a punchingbag.
  • It doesn’t require much space

Where can I buy boxing gear?

There are many online places where you can purchase boxing equipment. Some of these include Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Target, and Sports Authority. If you’re looking for cheap boxing gear, then you might want to check out discount stores like Ross or TJ Maxx.

If you’re looking for quality boxing gear, then you may want to consider buying from reputable brands like Warrior, Golden Glove, and Premier Boxing Champions.

What are the seven punches in boxing

There are seven boxing punches. They include jab and cross, hook and uppercut, straight right and left hook, as well as body shot. These punches will be used to attack the opponent’s head, body and legs.

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Statistics

  • 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)
  • 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

How to learn to box to exercise

How to box for exercise

Your goal in learning boxing is self-confidence and improvement of your physical fitness. Boxing is one the most loved sports in the world. It requires strength, speed, agility, stamina, coordination, balance, power and accuracy.

Boxing can be a great exercise and a way to improve your self-esteem. You’ll love the activity and want to continue it.

There are many different types of boxing training programs available. Some programs are offered at local gyms and others at your home. You can also take online courses that allow you access from anywhere in this world.

Make sure you choose a program that meets your needs and is compatible with your lifestyle. Exercises that build muscle mass, flexibility, endurance, cardiovascular endurance, and improve overall well-being are the best.

Also, consider whether you prefer an advanced or beginner course. Basic techniques and drills are taught in beginner’s programs. These include shadowboxing and sparring, mittwork, and punching combinations. Advanced programs often cover more complex movements, and include a greater variety of exercises.

Programs for beginners usually last eight weeks and cost less that $100. They don’t offer any advice on nutrition, weight loss or injury prevention.

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Advanced programs last approximately six months and typically cost $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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