👊🏻Бой с тенью - одно из базовых и основных упражнений в тренировочном арсенале боксёра. . ▪️Задача этого упражнения - отработать технику бокса, улучшить необходимые навыки передвижения и освоить новые приемы, отработать нестандартные ситуации, что полезно для психологической закалки боксера . ▪️Во время этого упражнения , боксер может довести до автоматизма уже изученные приемы, чтобы не терять ни секунды при использовании их в реальном бою . 🥊 @boxing_gym_moscow
"UFC President Dana White and former ONE and Bellator champ Ben Askren haven’t always had the best relationship. In fact, they’ve seem to outright loathe each other at various points in the past. Now that Ben Askren is firmly embedded as a member of the UFC welterweight top-15, however, Dana White seems to be changing his tune. The UFC boss offered Askren some rare praise in an interview with Yahoo! Sports. “Askren has been fun,” he said. “This guy’s smart, he’s funny, he likes to mix it up with everybody in a fun way, too. So it’s been good. I’m glad he’s here. Timing is everything in life and this was the perfect time for Ben Askren to be in the UFC.” While Askren will probably be happy to hear these comments from Dana White, he might not like the next matchup White has in mind for him. The UFC boss says he’s working on a rematch between Askren and Robbie Lawler, given that the pair’s UFC 235 bout ended in a controversial first-round submission win for Askren. “I’m trying to make the [Robbie] Lawler rematch,” White said. “First of all, that fight was awesome, it was fun, it was controversial but it’s the fight to make right now. It’s terrible when that [controversy] happens. That’s the fight we want to make.” Ben Askren has stated that he’s willing to accept a rematch with Robbie Lawler if need be, though he’s also made it clear that it’s far from his first choice. “I pass,” Askren said at the UFC 235 post-fight press conference, shortly after his controversial win over Lawler. “I guess we’ll have that discussion. I would like to fight the winner of [Darren] Till vs. [Jorge] Masvidal, I think that makes a whole lot of sense where the division is concerned. I didn’t really want to fight Robbie in the first place. The first matchup they offered I said yes. I did that.”
"In the main event of UFC 236, Dustin Poirier is set to fight for the interim lightweight title against Max Holloway. It will be the rematch of their first fight, which saw Poirier beat Holloway by submission in the first round. Since that fight, the two have gone their separate ways with Holloway staying at featherweight and becoming the champion, while Poirier moved up to lightweight and has become a top contender. Even though the first fight happened way back 2012, Poirier is confident he has what it takes to beat Holloway once again. “He seems really well-rounded. I have a lot of belief in myself and my ability to make things happen in combat and in the fight,” Poirier said on MMAJunkie Radio. “All I need is one — one mistake — for him to dip his head the wrong way or to grab me the wrong way. Or to get up off the ground the wrong way or take a shot. I can finish the fight anywhere. “I feel like I’m very well-balanced and there’s not a place the fight can go that I don’t have an answer to something he’s doing. All I need is one mistake or one opportunity, and I’m going to take full advantage of it. I can finish the fight again.” If he does indeed finish Holloway again, Poirier will make his dream come true of becoming a UFC champion. “I just feel like I’m different than a lot of these guys,” he said. “When I set my mind to something, I find ways to make it happen by any means. Since I was 17, 18-years-old, I set the goal to be a world champion in mixed martial arts, and in my amateur career, I won some small belts. In my pro career, I won some small belts, and now we’re at the pinnacle. It’s time to collect this one.” "
"T.J. Dillashaw’s stunning departure from the bantamweight title picture has left a void atop the UFC’s 135-pound division, and top-ranked Pedro Munhoz is ready to fill it. A winner of seven of his last eight fights, Munhoz scored the biggest victory of his career earlier this month when he knocked out former champion Cody Garbrandt with a first-round assault at UFC 235. The performance earned Munhoz his fourth post-fight bonus over his last eight bouts and rocketed him up to the No. 4 spot in the UFC’s media-generated bantamweight rankings. And now Munhoz has his eyes on one thing only: a shot at the vacant bantamweight title against fellow top contender Marlon Moraes. “Man, I think I deserve a title fight right now,” Munhoz told MMA Fighting at a media day at his American Top Team gym Thursday. “I deserve a title fight. Aljamain Sterling, Henry Cejudo — more than either of them I deserve the title shot right now. I just knocked out the former champ. “I just knocked out the guy who fought T.J. twice back-to-back for the title. I went there and knocked him out, so it’s my chance now.” The UFC’s bantamweight title was vacated in a shocking turn of events on Wednesday after Dillashaw revealed that he had tested positive for a banned substance in a USADA drug test in relation to his champion vs. champion UFC Brooklyn fight against flyweight titleholder Cejudo. Dillashaw was handed a one-year suspension by the New York State Athletic Commission for the failed test, was fined $10,000 and could ultimately be subject to a longer ban from USADA. The exact substance Dillashaw tested positive for has yet to be revealed. Munhoz said he was surprised by Dillashaw’s failed test but was also reminded of accusations of performance-enhancing drug use that Garbrandt hurled at Dillashaw during the lead-ups to the two grudge matches the former teammates shared."
"Over the weekend, Conor McGregor revealed that he is currently in negotiations with the UFC and is targeting a July return. McGregor also said that part of the hold up is that he is still seeking his “rightful shares” in the UFC despite having just lost in dominant fashion to Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 and having been arrested for allegedly smashing a fan’s cell phone outside a nightclub. Considering all this, one former champion believes he knows what the UFC should do with McGregor next. Former welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, who just lost his title earlier this month to Kamaru Usman, told TMZ Sports that he believes McGregor currently isn’t in any position to call shots and thinks the UFC should have McGregor fight him. If McGregor beats “The Chosen One,” then he can start making demands. “I’d tell him, ‘Sit your ass down and fight Tyron Woodley at 170,’” Woodley said. “We both just lost in a world title fight. You ain’t in no position to call no shots. You lost, you started a huge religious, culture war, you just got into some smoke by smashing a fan’s phone, you’re constantly in trouble, you constantly get passes. You get through Tyron and we’ll talk.” McGregor has argued fervently for an immediate rematch with Nurmagomedov but with the current lightweight champion ostensibly set to take on the winner of UFC 236’s interim title fight between Dustin Poirier and Max Holloway, an immediate rematch doesn’t seem likely. And as for the other possible opponents McGregor has been linked to recently, Woodley thinks they don’t make sense for him either. “I’m dead ass [serious],” Woodley continued. “I didn’t think about that until you just said it but I’m like, okay, he wants to fight Cerrone - never been a champion. He wants to fight Nate Diaz - never been a champion. He wants a rematch of Khabib immediately, so do I. I don’t look like I’m getting an immediate rematch so it looks like we dangling around Conor. Come get this smoke.”
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