1st Professional Match - 05252018 (Bout) 0

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Uploaded on 6/03/2018 by ClaymoreAlexander

1st Professional Match - 05252018 (Bout)

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Comments (17)

Nettuno86 (5 ) 29 days ago

Great fight!

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RadnerBearman (0 gold) 6/12/2018 11:42 PM

I am an old Golden Gloves and AAU boxer. I like everything you do. It takes a lot of courage to post your defeats. Much respect to you for that. There are always little guys with small thoughts who are usually inadequate in other areas, who try and compensate for their lack of manhood by trying to put you down. They are jealous of you. Keep doing what you are doing and you will reach your goal. You have a following. Stay with it. Boxing is all about respect.

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realthing (10 gold) 6/13/2018 12:47 AM

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They call them "tongue cutters" , that disallow people to comment things in a way that is different from their thoughts. Then they "develop" the simple things you wrote with their fantasy and offend as well. Very nice. No-one criticised this "neo-pro": I just noticed that in Europe we are a bit more strict with some regulations (that u probably do not even need to know, if u stoppen as an amateur as u stated...); no need to offend anybody.

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BilBeaux (0 gold) 6/12/2018 10:41 PM

Unlicensed boxing - nah.

Even some of the smallest States are very hard in ANY unlicensed boxing here.

In Paragould, Arkansas - they used to have all sorts of bouts. It is a neighboring town from Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Once had a 56 year old pro fighter in regular bouts there.
A lot of aging football,players who wanted box.
College kids wanting to be in a card - even as amateurs.
Some pretty bad female fighters. I was surprised to see a perennial loser in undercard fights at Oklahoma Indian Casino bouts - several times a year, had heart - no skill. Somehow the State Boxing commission in OK allowed her to stay fighting.
All WAS regulated in Paragould.
See if any of the bouts are still on YouTube.

In the early post-Rocky days nearly 30 years or so - too many nightclubs in OK and TX had once a week boxing cards. In Tulsa - it was one restaurant/club’s clientele meeting across town at another’s restaurant/nightclub. Due to crazy OK liquor laws - these were seen as private clubs. Then.
Not legal, not safe.
Eventually closed down by City and State commission.

Three years ago, a former college football player stepped in to box at a supposed church event.
GUTS Church in Tulsa was for saving the souls of ex-druggies and ex-cons. Weird OK religious cult.
They had been having unlicensed fight nights with those “saved” doing some boxing.
Somebody didn’t show. This ex-football player who for some reason was attending with wife and child, was suckered in to box. “He’s a big guy, no one can hurt him...”.
Got hit wrong, died in the hospital.
State Commision shut all down, fined the Church. They had no liability insurance.
Stupid. Google GUTS Church if still around...

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realthing (10 gold) 6/12/2018 9:01 PM

It looks more like unlicensed boxing... but I guess that in the States there are different rules and set-ups!

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hookuppercut (13 bronze) 6/12/2018 10:20 PM

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State commissions are the sanctioning bodies for pro boxing. Amateur boxing is primarily (if not exclusively) sanctioned through USA Boxing.

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realthing (10 gold) 6/12/2018 10:43 PM

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Different places different rules. In Europe a bout like this would not be possible, for example without approved foul protectors... to say one!

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hookuppercut (13 bronze) 6/12/2018 10:52 PM

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This was Pennsylvania. They should have one of the better commissions in the country. As you said, it depends on the jurisdiction.

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BilBeaux (0 gold) 6/07/2018 3:26 AM

Who do you dislike?
Answer flow seems disjointed.
I was looking forward to seeing your bout - the video on flowplayer wouldn’t play.

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BilBeaux (0 gold) 6/05/2018 7:51 PM

flowplayer not working on my device

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hookuppercut (13 bronze) 6/04/2018 5:51 PM

Just a bump in the road on this journey. It’s a “fail forward” moment. The next time will prove that. Best of luck to you. You are living something a lot of us can only dream.

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nicky7 (30) 6/04/2018 2:22 PM

a real man is defined by his willingness to take personal challenge and grow. I'm proud of you

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RocRassler (40 gold) 6/04/2018 3:18 AM

Win or lose... you did something the majority of people wouldn't have the guts to try. Congrats man...

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handto 2000 (11) 6/03/2018 11:36 PM

Theodore Roosevelt said: "It is not the critic who counts. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena; whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement; and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place will never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat."

Good work Claymore

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NJWoodbridge (134 platinum) 6/04/2018 6:44 PM

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Ditto. Congrats, Claymore!

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slick (30 platinum) 6/03/2018 9:31 PM

Have to learn not to block those punches with your face.

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ClaymoreAlexander (8 bronze) 6/05/2018 10:41 PM

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I dislike you too.

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