Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Margarito Rediscovers His Old Boxing Training Ways


With the stern determination to crush his finest opponent in the ring, Mexico’s Antonio Margarito took a glimpse of experience on the old ways of boxing when he prefers to chop wood than undertaking any other method that he thinks is not an effective way of preparation for his match with Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao on Nov. 13 at the Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, Texas.

The Mexican boxer does morning runs and abdominal exercises just like in the case of boxers in training camp. But as part of enhancing his boxing skills, he’s been engaged in chopping woods than the usual modern-day body conditioning as if imitating the training methods of ring heroes like of Muhammad Ali and fictional Rocky Balboa films of Sylvester Stallone.

It was reported that Margarito is incredibly honing his boxing skills in Oxnard, California, under close supervision of his trainer, Robert Garcia. He is very determined to develop his rare skill of catching up against the much quicker counter-punches and fast-paced ring movements of Pacman. The game plan is that Margarito will have to do his very best of trying to prevent Pacquiao from taking his best shots in the ring, Garcia said.

Garcia said that their game plan is to put pressure on Pacquiao by trying to cut off his space of movements, move little more with quicker head movements, and match Pacquiao with power punches. If along the way, the Mexican boxer can take the punches of Pacquiao, then it would be a long way for Pacquiao to survive because it will be on to their advantage when the fight is taken the longer way.

Meanwhile, Pacman has been employing the services of Alex Ariza, his conditioning coach, in order to build up his body muscles and stamina that would allow him to perform the best possible means of executing his lightning moves while in the ring. He is scheduled to fly to the United States on Oct. 23 together with his team and take the final stage of his preparation at the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood.




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