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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2017 11:27 pm 
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wooks425 wrote:
rjunz1 wrote:
Lets face it, ALA trainers should level up


Agree. They have to up their game much higher otherwise forever be mediocre


This has been noted for years in this forum. Unfortunately, the only ALA staff reading this forum is the trainer :lol:

He should at least tell his boss to send him for more training.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2017 12:12 am 
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ALA trainers should watch tapes and see where their boxers need to improve in.

Doubt they do...


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2017 12:40 am 
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They could learn from Shota as well.

Keeps his hands up and chin tucked in.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2017 10:09 pm 
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magsayo hasnt the likes of pacquio when pac is in his early years...even earlier years...magsayo may become a world champ but him will not mark a memorable stature in boxing...

unless he hdevelope that good chin, sustain a punching power, ability to take a punch, etc ..etc...

he's worth would be proven in fighting a commendable fighter/s...that still is to be proven..
yet for now..judging on his latest fight...magsayo..is far less than a pac to be worth remembering of...

mag ensayo pa more..or prove pa more...Ancajas is much of to become a commendable pinoy boxer


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2017 10:22 pm 
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lawa_lang.. wrote:
magsayo hasnt the likes of pacquio when pac is in his early years...even earlier years...magsayo may become a world champ but him will not mark a memorable stature in boxing...

unless he hdevelope that good chin, sustain a punching power, ability to take a punch, etc ..etc...

he's worth would be proven in fighting a commendable fighter/s...that still is to be proven..
yet for now..judging on his latest fight...magsayo..is far less than a pac to be worth remembering of...

mag ensayo pa more..or prove pa more...Ancajas is much of to become a commendable pinoy boxer


pac is more of an unfed (lack of nutrition and proper training) fighter compared to magsayo on pac's early career...a great boxer is born, not made...a figher great credential could be seen on his early career fightimng a more distinguished fighters..like that of pac...not cherry picking..which ALA is famous for.. :)


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 02, 2017 12:32 am 
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Magsayo still has a long way to go, that is for sure, let's revisit after a year. Incredibly, Magsayo is WBC No 9 featherweight, and WBO no. 2, even higher than Carl Frampton who is No. 7 ?!? WBO has it all wrong.

In the meantime, we pay attention to Ancajas and his next fights, superfly division is tough. Ancajas is probably a regular bantamweight already struggling to always make weight. But when he does, he brings the power of the higher weights into superfly.

Aston Palicte is someone to watch too, IMHO.

Let's support Gesta in his quest for a championship again against Linares. Tough hill to climb with his style, he was obviously cherry-picked for Linares. Hope he pulls an upset.

Donaire noticed Ancajas getting talked about a lot after beating Conlan. Now he calls out Carl Frampton, a name that is bigger than Conlan in Ireland and the UK. It will surely bring back Donaire into the limelight, if he wins of course. I think he is biting more than he can chew, he doesn't carry his power at featherweight, and Carl Frampton is way better than Nicolas Walters.

Maybe Donaire should fight Magsayo first as tune-up, or a disaster if he loses.

Jhack Tepora, no. 4 WBO Featherweight is an interesting fighter too.

Marlon Tapales is now No. 3 WBO Superbantamweight, he should be able to make weight now.

Who else ...


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2017 10:39 am 
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ALA yan eh... That's their trademark...

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2017 5:45 pm 
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thedarkdragon11 wrote:
ALA yan eh... That's their trademark...



Magsayo needs to be more defensive.

Take a page from Floyd use that jab to keep distance from his opponent. Jab and move and counter this kid would be dangerous.

He will never be Pacquiao. He doesn't have stamina for that style.

Also this kid needs to keep his hands up take a page from Hiyashi or Ceasar Juarez hands up.

Believe it or not this makes a difference sometimes. LOL.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 04, 2017 4:20 pm 
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gritsteel2 wrote:
Magsayo still has a long way to go, that is for sure, let's revisit after a year. Incredibly, Magsayo is WBC No 9 featherweight, and WBO no. 2, even higher than Carl Frampton who is No. 7 ?!? WBO has it all wrong.

In the meantime, we pay attention to Ancajas and his next fights, superfly division is tough. Ancajas is probably a regular bantamweight already struggling to always make weight. But when he does, he brings the power of the higher weights into superfly.

Aston Palicte is someone to watch too, IMHO.

Let's support Gesta in his quest for a championship again against Linares. Tough hill to climb with his style, he was obviously cherry-picked for Linares. Hope he pulls an upset.

Donaire noticed Ancajas getting talked about a lot after beating Conlan. Now he calls out Carl Frampton, a name that is bigger than Conlan in Ireland and the UK. It will surely bring back Donaire into the limelight, if he wins of course. I think he is biting more than he can chew, he doesn't carry his power at featherweight, and Carl Frampton is way better than Nicolas Walters.

Maybe Donaire should fight Magsayo first as tune-up, or a disaster if he loses.

Jhack Tepora, no. 4 WBO Featherweight is an interesting fighter too.

Marlon Tapales is now No. 3 WBO Superbantamweight, he should be able to make weight now.

Who else ...


Still has a long way to go.

ALA gym are not good at developing boxers.

They could have used that SHOTA fight to work on defense and counter combination.

Experiment with different gameplans.

A, B, C and D.

They should have allowed Magsayo to just box on the outside instead of trying to take SHOTA OUT.

Could have been a good learning fight.WASTE it doesn't make him any better IMO.

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