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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 8:07 pm 
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For what was once a good prospect to deteriorate to a punching bag, the problem must be his team of trainers and sparring partners. I heard he was practicing at the Elorde gym for this fight. The Elorde gym no longer has the notable trainers it used to have. I am also curious who he was training under and the quality of sparring he had before the fight. All we heard was that he was preparing hard. That shouldn't be enough. Prepare hard and prepare wisely. The Penalosas' or the ALA gym coaches should have been better choices. But the Elorde gym coaches, when was the last time they won a world title? Abe should be very careful. If he trains with so called old and veteran coaches, their methods might be primitive. He should find coaches that are good with their coaching skills, spends a lot of time studying the moves of his opponents, and one who is open minded, willing to take recommendations even from sources like this forum for example, Philboxing. He should utilize modern methods of physical conditioning like one used by Ariza. I would also like to see a coach use computer graphics and animation to find defects and recommendations for a fight. He must also be open to brain storming sessions with other boxing experts and coaches.



Attention Abe Concepcion and his handler; you might want to consider the above thoughts :)


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 8:15 pm 
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[quote="Maybe Bernabe is a slow-learner :lol:[/quote]

There's a reason why Roach trash him out, like, not a great potential, that's it, see Roach was right. :( :( :([/quote]

He should be given another chance however, a good trainer and training camp is a must...key: ANGLES/FOOTWORK ")[/quote]


Hard headed....[/quote]

Not totally; he was battered by Mickey Garcia and his head wasn't that hard LOL


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