You can never believe this! Not many people can keep up boxing career when they reach a certain age. Not for this guy, Dexter Dunworth or Dingo who is 52 this year. His boxing record is 8(all KO)-1-0. Let’s watch this born-Australian fighter can do in the boxing ring.
Dexter DINGO Dunworth, oldest active pro boxer clip from YouTube
Is he trying to tell us not to give up the thing we love so easily? Think about it! We love boxing, don’t we?
Take a look at some video clips of Naoko Kumagai, the Japanese legend. Not many fighters could survive once fighting against her.
Kumagai VS Lisa Howarth clip from YouTube
Another knock out!
Kumagai VS Regina Halmich clip from YouTube
She’s so good but this time she lost!
Kumagai VS Amanda Buchanan from YouTube
Amanda is too fast and very accurate for Kamagai even though she is so strong and normally wins.
Does Kumagai girl interest you at all? You can continue looking for more Kumagai’s clip at YouTube.com and watch she beat up her opponent.
Are you looking for some good boxing clips to watch right now? I just found this site made by this guy JJ. He has quite a collection of boxing clips. Most of them are the best shorts.
You can go to his site and download the clips to watch anytime on your own computer. However the clips are pretty old because I don’t think the site has been updated for a long time. But if you don’t know where to find some cool clips of your favorite boxing in the past, which is really hard to find on the net, you can try visiting his site at www.geocities.com/justfarkoff
The famous boxers in his collections are Klitchkos, Tua, Lewis, Maskaev, Tszyu, The Prince, Tyson, Wlad, Ottke, Trinidad, Acelino, Chavez, Roy Jones Junior, Salita, and more
So if you don’t know what to do right now and get bored of YouTube. You might find some rear boxing clips or short VDO from this guy. Enjoy!
Don’t forget to visit our blog for more interesting and very useful and knowledgeable information about boxing, Muay thai and Thailand. Touring in our blog might be another good idea to kill your time!
Welcome! The Contender Asia just had another rerun on AXN. We all know the result who actually won the contender. Yodsanklai from Thailand rocked the world by winning Muay Thai Contender. And lucky him having a really good career right now!
Back to this article. Although it’s only a rerun, but I can tell that there are still a lot of people want to watch it again and again. The show is really hot. Because all those fights are really fun to watch anyway even though you know who is going to win.
I really am hoping to see the next Contender Asia on TV. I will report you as soon as we know when it will be on air.
But check this out. The return of the Contenders on September 17th you will see the return of Yodsanklai, Madsua, Naruepol, Soren and Zig Zach. Yodsanklai from the Contender will fight against WMC-S1 King’s Cup 2007 Champ, Madsua for the WMC World Title. Don’t miss this great stuff. The venue will be Jurong East Sports & Recreation Center in Singapore. You can go to contenderasia.com for more details on how to book the tickets online now and hurry before they’re all sold out.
The doors open at 18.00 and the first bell ring will be at 19.00. The tickets are s$50, s$ 80 and s$200 and if you purchase it today or within the 10th you will get an early-bird discount of 10%.
For more information, please visit www.contenderasia.com
Only ten days until the Olympics Games 2008. On August 8, we sport fans will be ready and excited for the games. But do you have any idea where Olympics will be held?
That’s right, an indoor arena called Workers Indoor Arena will host the boxing event at the 2008 Summer Olympics. The place is located west of the Workers Stadium in Beijing, China.
It is one of the 11 Beijing-based venues to be renovated and upgraded for the Olympics. The capacity of this arena is of 13,000 seating.
The exterior view of the newly-renovated BWIA from Wikipedia
The Boxing event starts on Saturday, August 9 and ends on Sunday, the 24th . The finals are on the 23rd (5 matches) and the 24th (6 matches).
Here below is the list of boxing events of the Games of the XXIX Olympiad, Beijing 2008
- + 91 kg (Super Heavyweight) Men - -48 kg (Light Flyweight) Men
- 48-51 kg (Flyweight) Med - 51-54 kg (Bantamweight) Men
- 54-57 kg (Featherweight) Men - 57-60 kg (Lightweight) Men
- 60-64 kg Men - 64-69 kg Men
- 69-75 kg Men - 75-81 kg (Light Heavyweight) Men
- 81-91 kg (Heavyweight) Men
We’ll come back next time with more details about this Olympics in Beijing. I believe that the tickets might are sold out most of them. But look anyway if you’re planning to go the venues.