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Old 10-09-2005, 11:19 AM   #1
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Well Im out of football atleast this year. But im planning on going back to boxing. We have backyard matches all the time and there are comp's in orlando and miami sometimes. Im about 143 right now but Im planning on boxing around 135 and then slowly increasing weight class.
I want to be up in the 145+ by Oct of next yea.

Now listen to this though. My pops dont want me to box. Now I might have 2 compressed plates in my back from the FB accident and if I got hit again Possible Paralyzation (dk how to spell)... So Boxing is most definently safer.

I say its about 2-3 more times safer then FB. My last match was 2 weeks ago on friday. I killed the kid and he only got one good shot off on me where he swoll up my left eye. But I sent him home with a Bloody Nose and 1 Black and blue and alot of swelling.

Do you guys think Boxing is more dangerous than Football. I definently dont think so. Also when you get to compitition status you only box 20-30 times a year and that would be a very active year.

nice to be back!
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Old 10-09-2005, 02:51 PM   #2
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is it just me or that sounds like the story line from rocky....lol (with the whole if you get hit wrong you would have paralyzation, not trying to make a joke out of it but i just though) anyway, i think that boxing a bit more contact than football

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Old 10-09-2005, 03:12 PM   #3
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is it just me or that sounds like the story line from rocky....lol (with the whole if you get hit wrong you would have paralyzation, not trying to make a joke out of it but i just though) anyway, i think that boxing a bit more contact than football
I Dont Know about the rocky thing. Ive havent watched all the way threw even one of them... Just watch the ending on a couple's.

I honestly dont think it does. I mean think about it, Yeah you beating the crap out of each other but look at the boxer to football player injury ratio... Yeah theirs more football players but still.

I mean even with the padding football isnt the safest, I really dont care Im just trying to throw a argument up on my dad so he allows it... If he dont im going to have to sneak and I dont like that. Going to start getting back to old eating habits (well actually Im starting on a cut so forget that last part) and see how much that drops me.

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Old 10-30-2005, 03:15 PM   #4
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listen to muhammed ali talk bro @#$% that
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Doesn't Ali have Parkinson's? I mean, getting hit in the head so much probably didn't help, but it's not a causitive factor for the disease that I know of.

But still, that's the right idea. So much of the injury in boxing in silent, cumalative injury. You're pretty much gonna get some level of concusion unless you can defend every punch to the head all the time.

All that repeated brain injury will add up. Not to mention the broken noses and just getting uglier and uglier.

Now, you probably do have a better chance of acute traumatic injury in football, but I would think that your chances of permanent impairment after a career in boxing is greater.

But don't get me wrong. I love boxing.

Linebacker, what's wrong with you that you haven't watched rocky?;)
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By the way, Line, go with your dreams, bud.
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