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Forum,

What examples are there of boxers who have lost then changed trainers has been for the positive.?

AJ has changed a number of times now.

Chantelle Cameron has recently gone to Grant Smith of Steel CityGym Sheffield
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Leigh Wood
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Spud wrote: 28 Feb 2024, 15:10 Forum,

What examples are there of boxers who have lost then changed trainers has been for the positive.?

AJ has changed a number of times now.

Chantelle Cameron has recently gone to Grant Smith of Steel CityGym Sheffield
Joseph Parker is a recent one, looks better than ever now
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Klitschko / Steward
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Liam Williams looked good under the Ingles
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Lennox to Steward
Khan to Freddie Roach
Ricky Burns to Billy Nelson (not sure if it was straight after a loss)
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SeanBrennan wrote: 28 Feb 2024, 16:54 Leigh Wood
Great shout. :TU:
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jwfg wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 07:23
SeanBrennan wrote: 28 Feb 2024, 16:54 Leigh Wood
Great shout. :TU:
cheers Jwfg
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I reckon Joe Joyce should change trainers. Maybe talk to Brooks or Reebok. He needs more bounce in his footwork. Too flat footed otherwise.
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si7dog7 wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 08:06 I reckon Joe Joyce should change trainers. Maybe talk to Brooks or Reebok. He needs more bounce in his footwork. Too flat footed otherwise.
He's changed quite a bit hasn't he, he's been with Sanchez, and Salas twice. Hasn't he left Salas again?
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SeanBrennan wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 08:12
si7dog7 wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 08:06 I reckon Joe Joyce should change trainers. Maybe talk to Brooks or Reebok. He needs more bounce in his footwork. Too flat footed otherwise.
He's changed quite a bit hasn't he, he's been with Sanchez, and Salas twice. Hasn't he left Salas again?
😂
Sean, read my post again.
My bad humour re-surfacing
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si7dog7 wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 08:59
SeanBrennan wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 08:12
si7dog7 wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 08:06 I reckon Joe Joyce should change trainers. Maybe talk to Brooks or Reebok. He needs more bounce in his footwork. Too flat footed otherwise.
He's changed quite a bit hasn't he, he's been with Sanchez, and Salas twice. Hasn't he left Salas again?
😂
Sean, read my post again.
My bad humour re-surfacing
hahahaahah no it's me being a moron, that's brilliant Si! :clap:
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another one - Chelli moved from his father to Barry O'Connell and has won well since and picked up the Brit and CW title.
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Groves and Haye were not the same without Adam Booth.

Or was it the case they were finished anyhow
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I seriously doubt Joseph Parker would have pulled off a 12 round full focus fight like he did against Wilder if he had still been with Kevin Barry.
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Spud wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 14:15 Groves and Haye were not the same without Adam Booth.

Or was it the case they were finished anyhow
for Haye I think yes he was finished as he was so injured, but for Groves he won the title after leaving him so think he did ok afterwards, with Mcguigan he won 6 and lost 1 to Smith and won the WBA title.
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SeanBrennan wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 17:04
Spud wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 14:15 Groves and Haye were not the same without Adam Booth.

Or was it the case they were finished anyhow
for Haye I think yes he was finished as he was so injured, but for Groves he won the title after leaving him so think he did ok afterwards, with Mcguigan he won 6 and lost 1 to Smith and won the WBA title.
Totally agree. 👍
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si7dog7 wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:19
SeanBrennan wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 17:04
Spud wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 14:15 Groves and Haye were not the same without Adam Booth.

Or was it the case they were finished anyhow
for Haye I think yes he was finished as he was so injured, but for Groves he won the title after leaving him so think he did ok afterwards, with Mcguigan he won 6 and lost 1 to Smith and won the WBA title.
Totally agree. 👍
cheers Si.
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SeanBrennan wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:27
si7dog7 wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:19
SeanBrennan wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 17:04

for Haye I think yes he was finished as he was so injured, but for Groves he won the title after leaving him so think he did ok afterwards, with Mcguigan he won 6 and lost 1 to Smith and won the WBA title.
Totally agree. 👍
cheers Si.
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George always said that he felt Adam wasn’t fully invested in him. I make George right. He wasn’t too shabby was he?
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si7dog7 wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:41
SeanBrennan wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:27
si7dog7 wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:19

Totally agree. 👍
cheers Si.
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George always said that he felt Adam wasn’t fully invested in him. I make George right. He wasn’t too shabby was he?
He sure was not too shabby. I think George is still quite hurt by how Adam terminated their relationship and also how much money he took from him for their last fight despite binning him off part way through camp for it.
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SeanBrennan wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:47
si7dog7 wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:41 [quote=SeanBrennan post_id=5991966 time=1709245672 user_id=642368

cheers Si.
George always said that he felt Adam wasn’t fully invested in him. I make George right. He wasn’t too shabby was he?
He sure was not too shabby. I think George is still quite hurt by how Adam terminated their relationship and also how much money he took from him for their last fight despite binning him off part way through camp for it.
I was amazed/impressed the amount of influence Adam had conerning his boxers.

But i fully understood his worth when he wasnt there.

I used to dislike him but when I got to know him, it showed me I was totally wrong to doubt him.

I remember him teaching me a harsh lesson.

I wanted to be recognised for what I did … David was always late for training so in the end Adam said to me “ Spud you are totally responsible for David turning up on time”

I f*cking hated having to go to Davids room.

Also it wasnt as simple as Adam dumping David & George … there was a lot of fumes etc from the trains which caused Adam problems to the point we had 2 large industrial sized humidifiers installed plus Adam opened up his own gym in Purfleet he kept George and David fully informed.
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Spud wrote: 01 Mar 2024, 10:09
SeanBrennan wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:47
si7dog7 wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:41 [quote=SeanBrennan post_id=5991966 time=1709245672 user_id=642368

cheers Si.
George always said that he felt Adam wasn’t fully invested in him. I make George right. He wasn’t too shabby was he?
He sure was not too shabby. I think George is still quite hurt by how Adam terminated their relationship and also how much money he took from him for their last fight despite binning him off part way through camp for it.
I was amazed/impressed the amount of influence Adam had conerning his boxers.

But i fully understood his worth when he wasnt there.

I used to dislike him but when I got to know him, it showed me I was totally wrong to doubt him.

I remember him teaching me a harsh lesson.

I wanted to be recognised for what I did … David was always late for training so in the end Adam said to me “ Spud you are totally responsible for David turning up on time”

I f*cking hated having to go to Davids room.

Also it wasnt as simple as Adam dumping David & George … there was a lot of fumes etc from the trains which caused Adam problems to the point we had 2 large industrial sized humidifiers installed plus Adam opened up his own gym in Purfleet he kept George and David fully informed.
always good to get wider context like this, shows there's always two sides to a story. How hard was it getting David Haye there on time?
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SeanBrennan wrote: 01 Mar 2024, 10:31
Spud wrote: 01 Mar 2024, 10:09
SeanBrennan wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 18:47
He sure was not too shabby. I think George is still quite hurt by how Adam terminated their relationship and also how much money he took from him for their last fight despite binning him off part way through camp for it.
I was amazed/impressed the amount of influence Adam had conerning his boxers.

But i fully understood his worth when he wasnt there.

I used to dislike him but when I got to know him, it showed me I was totally wrong to doubt him.

I remember him teaching me a harsh lesson.

I wanted to be recognised for what I did … David was always late for training so in the end Adam said to me “ Spud you are totally responsible for David turning up on time”

I f*cking hated having to go to Davids room.

Also it wasnt as simple as Adam dumping David & George … there was a lot of fumes etc from the trains which caused Adam problems to the point we had 2 large industrial sized humidifiers installed plus Adam opened up his own gym in Purfleet he kept George and David fully informed.
always good to get wider context like this, shows there's always two sides to a story. How hard was it getting David Haye there on time?
Getting David anywhere on time was a nightmare.
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Spud wrote: 01 Mar 2024, 10:37
SeanBrennan wrote: 01 Mar 2024, 10:31
Spud wrote: 01 Mar 2024, 10:09

I was amazed/impressed the amount of influence Adam had conerning his boxers.

But i fully understood his worth when he wasnt there.

I used to dislike him but when I got to know him, it showed me I was totally wrong to doubt him.

I remember him teaching me a harsh lesson.

I wanted to be recognised for what I did … David was always late for training so in the end Adam said to me “ Spud you are totally responsible for David turning up on time”

I f*cking hated having to go to Davids room.

Also it wasnt as simple as Adam dumping David & George … there was a lot of fumes etc from the trains which caused Adam problems to the point we had 2 large industrial sized humidifiers installed plus Adam opened up his own gym in Purfleet he kept George and David fully informed.
always good to get wider context like this, shows there's always two sides to a story. How hard was it getting David Haye there on time?
Getting David anywhere on time was a nightmare.
I bet!
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Spud wrote: 29 Feb 2024, 14:15 Groves and Haye were not the same without Adam Booth.

Or was it the case they were finished anyhow
Haye was,not sure about Groves. Adam maximised his income with Haye imo
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