The capacity to learn is a gift. The ability to learn is a skill. The willingness to learn is a CHOICE. Lots to work on but slowly developing. Putting in the work with @stevie_dubzz@rivaltograntmma
Need to improve punch extension, head movement, balance, speed and keeping my hands up, but always eager to learn!
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On This Day - 8th December 2007 – Floyd Mayweather Jr Stops Ricky Hatton In Round10 To Retain The WBC, Ring Magazine & Lineal Welterweight Titles.
Prettyboy Mayweather – Multiple World Titles In 5 Weight Divisions & Lineal Championships In 4 Weight Classes & Held The Welterweight Lineal Titles Twice – Olympic Bronze 1996 – 3x USA Golden Glove Winner & USA National Championships Winner – ESPN Ranked Number1 Greatest Boxer Pound4Pound Of The Last 25 Years – BoxRec Ranked Number1 Pound4Pound Greatest Fighter Of All Time & Greatest Welterweight Of All Time – Professional Record – (50F, 50W, 27KO & 0L)
Money Mayweather - 2x Ring Magazine “Fighter Of The Year” 1998 & 2007 – 3x Boxing Writers Association Of America “Fighter Of The Year” 2007, 2013 & 2015 - 6x ESPY Best Fighter Award
Money Mayweather - Forbes Number1 Highest Paid Athlete 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015 – Mayweather Has Generated Approximately 23.8Million Pay Per View Buys & $1.67Billion In Revenue Through His Illustrious Career – Surpassing Former Top Pay Per View Attractions Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, Lennox Lewis, Oscar De La Hoya & Manny Pacquiao.
The Hitman Hatton - Multiple World Titles Won At Light Welterweight & Welterweight - Defeated Kostya Tszyu For The IBF, Ring Magazine & Lineal Light Welterweight Title - Later In The Same Year Beat Carlos Maussa To Claim The WBA (Super) Title & Unified Light Welterweight World Champion - In What Was Hatton's Welterweight Debut In 2006, Hatton Won Against WBA Champion Luis Collazo To Win A World Title In His Second Weight Class - A Return To Light Welterweight In 2007 Saw Hatton Win The Vacant IBF Title For A Second Time As Well As The IBO Title.
The Manchester Mexican - BoxRec Ranked As The Best British Light Welterweight Of All Time, 3rd Best In Europe & 11th Best Worldwide - 2005 Ring Magazine, Boxing Writers Association Of America & ESPPN Fighter Of The Year - Professional Record - (48F, 45W, 32KO & 3L)
My friend and former Champ has his book launch this Friday night, doors at 7pm for a 730pm start - book launch is at NINE Sports Bar, St James Park for Jon-Lewis Dickinson 'Cruising to Glory' .. Great lad so try n get along and support him and bring a few quid n buy his book . He’s been a fantastic servant to North East Boxing and deserves our support #northeastboxing#boxing#boxinglife
Still on a #fightnight high 🥊🔥. THANK YOU to @churchstreetboxinggym for collaborating and going toe to toe with us. Huge shout out to @mendezboxinggym and @sweatboxbrooklyn for coming through and giving us some great fights 🔥🔥🔥- only real gyms go to war 😉. ALL THE FIGHTERS; you guys are sooooooo #badass , phenomenal athletes. You all fought with your hearts ❤️. To our members and trainers who stepped into that ring Friday, very proud to have each of you represent WTF. #Thankyou to everyone who came out to support your gym and the fighters who left everything in the ring. Last but not least, thank you @usaboxingmetro for your continued support of our events and @slamonakisproboxer ! . . . . . 📸 fighter @peinacolada#repost
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