James Toney training gallery

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fentsky site profile image  

8/21/10 9:28 PM by fentsky

Well, "bro", are you gonna come at him or not? seeing as this is an online forum and all, I don't see any problems with the logic of that statement at all.not at all.

tj615 site profile image  

8/21/10 9:09 PM by tj615

Come at me bro.

futon1 site profile image  

8/21/10 7:22 PM by futon1

I see you did not take my advice. I think you can do better than that if you really try. I have faith that you can display better wit than your average third grader.

kingko site profile image  

8/21/10 5:53 PM by kingko

I have a really bad feeling about this fight. Randy should destroy him, but Randy does seem slow at times getting into the clinch. I hope he wins.

Jack Skellington site profile image  

8/21/10 3:26 PM by Jack Skellington

 I hope he's in great shape. I want to see the best James Toney in history that ngiht. Anything else would be a disappointment

Misedukatd site profile image  

8/21/10 3:19 PM by Misedukatd

my bad, didn't read the last few words; in my defense, it seemed a lot more logical to claim punching is 25% of MMA than to claim it is 8%, so I kind of assumed that was where you were going with your statement.

Misedukatd site profile image  

8/21/10 3:13 PM by Misedukatd

the thought of getting hit by Earnie Shavers wearing 4 ounce gloves just made me queasy

Marco808 site profile image  

8/21/10 2:54 PM by Marco808

Comparing gas tanks between boxing and grappling is kinda silly, IMO. Both require good cardio, but it's a matter of training and getting used to the tempo, different muscles being used, etc. For me, I started in a boxing background and when I first started grappling, I'd gas out really fast, because I didn't have the experience to know when to relax and find pockets where I could rest a little; I'd just go 100%, trying to stay active all the time. Now I'm getting better at recognizing when it's okay to take a little break and that it's better to go slow and work on technique instead of just trying to blast my way out of every position. I imagine it probably works the same for grapplers/wrestlers when they first start boxing; they don't know when's the right time to catch their breath and get their second wind. I could see Toney panicking a little if it goes to the ground and gassing out really fast trying to get back up, unless he's training more on the ground than he's shown.

da Vinci 81 site profile image  

8/21/10 2:39 PM by da Vinci 81

and 1% strategy in some cases...