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The inspiration behind the origin of the image of Eliza Wyatt's sculpture of the 2 Pugilists. <a href="*******www.headsculpture******">Head Sculpture</a>
9 Oct 2010
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This kitten is determined to be a champion prize fighter and trash talker. Watch him beat the feathers out of his sparring partner! Adorable, cute and funny! Video by Daniel Wolfert, and Brandon James.
13 Dec 2007
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DIBELLA ENTERTAINMENT - This Saturday, June 29th, defending WBA/IBO champion Gennady "GGG" Golovkin (26-0, 23KO's) meets Ireland's top-rated former world title challenger Matthew "Mack The Knife" Macklin (29-4, 20KO's) in their much-anticipated middleweight championship showdown at the MGM Grand Theaterat Foxwoods ® Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut. The championship matchup will be the main event on the HBO Boxing After Dark® triple-header, which will be televised live on HBO® beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT. The champion Golovkin and the challenger Macklin held their final press conference earlier this afternoon before a standing room only crowd at New York City's famed Gallagher's Steakhouse. Both fighters looked eager to get things underway after lengthy training camps and promised fireworks on Saturday night. Tickets are currently on sale and are priced at $300, $200, $90 and $45. Tickets may be purchased online at foxwoods****, by calling the Foxwoods' box office at 800-200-2882, or in person at the Foxwoods' box office. Tickets may also be purchased through any Ticketmaster outlet and online at Ticketmaster****.
28 Jun 2013
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Jef Koelewijn boxing training 2019 Shadow boxing while only throwing straight punches 10
20 Oct 2019
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Rare footage of the legendary vocal pugilist performing the first of many freestyles that will blow your mind.
22 Apr 2007
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A historic time capsule for naval training and also a rousing drama, The Navy Way is an entertaining propaganda film from the World War II era. Set and shot in actual naval bases, the film’s authentic portrayal of the discipline and hard work that goes into being a naval officer is interestingly informative. As well as Navy propaganda, the film is the story of a young roughneck who isn’t interested in military service because he bucks authority and wants to make it big as a prize fighter. But while falling in love with the dynamite looker Jean Parker, the young pugilist learns the value of the Navy and serving one’s country. The Navy Way succeeds in every aspect, thanks to a strong cast and real Navy settings and lifestyles.
17 Dec 2007
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Pigua Quan or axe-hitch Chuan was known in ancient times as armor wearing Chuan. Ming Dynasty General Qi Jiguang included the move of putting on armours while fighting as laid out in his book, A New Essay on Wushu Arts. When the National Wushu Institute was founded in Nanjing in 1928, Pigua Quan specialist Ma Yingtu was put in charge of the fist play department of the Institute. He invited another Pigua Quan pugilist Guo Chang-sheng from Hebei to lecture. The two of them delved into the Chuan adjusting the moves but keeping the excellent essentials and adding speed and explosive power as well as the skills from the 24-form Tongbei Quan. The revised edition of Pigua Quan turned out to be a com-pletely new art, which was said to be feared by even deities and demons. Pigua Quan in fashion at present has come mainly from this revised version. The axe-hitch Chuan which is popular in Gansu Province consists of axe-hitch, blue dragon, flying tiger, Taishu and Dajiazi Quan (big frame Chuan ) while the popular version in Cangzhou is made up of axe-hitch, blue dragon, slow and fast axe-hitch and cannon Chuan. Execution of the axe-hitch Chuan demands accuracy, fluency, agility, continuity, speed, power, dexterity, excellence, subtlety and uniqueness. Be it single moves, combinations of moves, or the entire routine, the axe-hitch Chuan requires a learning process which ranges from simplicity to complexity. In the first place, the stance and execution of movements must be accurate and standard. The emphasis then goes from accuracy to fluency, to agility and continuity, and then to speed, power, dexterity, excellence, subtlety and uniqueness. Pigua Quan also concentrates on combinations of movements which are complementary to one another and is known for its slowness in pitching stances but its swiftness in delivering fist blows and its subtle use of tricks. The execution of moves and tricks involves tumbling, strangle-holding, axing, hitching, chopping, unhitching, scissoring, picking, brushing, discarding, stretching, withdrawing, probing, feeling, flicking, hammering and beating. The features of the axe-hitch Chuan include abrupt starts and stops, powerful axing and hitching, straightening arms, holding arms and connecting wrists, twisting waist and hips, restraining chest and protruding back, standing high and creeping low, closing knees and clawing feet to the ground, lowering shoulders and breathing deep, as well as continuity of movements. Different styles of axe-hitch Chuan, however, have different stresses in execution
20 Oct 2008
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Packing a sizeable punch of heart and drama, The Contender is a vintage cinematic boxing experience. Boxing in the 1940s rose up from the “club” level, where local hardworking men would duke it out after a long day on the job – not the pampered professionals in the sport today. Our hardworking man in this film is none other than Buster Crabbe, a two time Olympic medalist who became a fixture of Hollywood movies. Crabbe decides to try prizefighting to take in extra bread – and he finds himself to be an excellent pugilist! Not only can he pay for his son’s private school, he’s on his way to becoming a champion. Unfortunately, he also encounters the pitfalls of fame: booze, dames, and outrageous nightlife. Crabbe’s gusto in life mirrors his vicious antics in the ring, sending The Contender to a rousing finish.
12 Mar 2008
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A stirring blend of vintage boxing, crime, and drama, Crime Patrol is a hard hitting 1930’s film. Starring the go-getting Ray Walker, the film begins on the wrong side of the tracks with Walker as a street level pugilist who does favors for gangsters. But as the payoffs and boxing matches get too hectic, Walker gets pushed towards decisions about his loyalties. Go straight, or stay cool? The film is briskly paced; and the more sinister elements of the story stand out as much harder than the usual 1930’s fare. All in all, Crime Patrol is a knockout movie filled with high, lows, loves, and villains.
30 Jun 2008
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I know you're scratching your head over that title because you know of the now-late Chicago Sun-Times Columnist as a conservative and pugilist, but "helped kids grow?" Yes. Distributed by Tubemogul.
19 Aug 2009
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Airs Wednesday April 21st at 10/9c! Mary and Marshall try to help FBI Agent Mike Faber convince his informant to enter WitSec. Despite their best efforts, the informant refuses their protection and gets himself into a heap of trouble. Meanwhile, Stan has to deal with an ex-boxer/witness suffering from pugilistic dementia! Guest starring Steven Weber! Visit the official fan page *******www.facebook****/inplainsight . Follow us on Twitter! *******twitter****/InPlainSightUSA
15 Apr 2010
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Airs Wednesday April 21st at 10/9c! Mary and Marshall try to help FBI Agent Mike Faber convince his informant to enter WitSec. Despite their best efforts, the informant refuses their protection and gets himself into a heap of trouble. Meanwhile, Stan has to deal with an ex-boxer/witness suffering from pugilistic dementia! Guest starring Steven Weber! Visit the official fan page *******www.facebook****/inplainsight . Follow us on Twitter! *******twitter****/InPlainSightUSA
21 Apr 2010
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Airs Wednesday April 21st at 10/9c! Mary and Marshall try to help FBI Agent Mike Faber convince his informant to enter WitSec. Despite their best efforts, the informant refuses their protection and gets himself into a heap of trouble. Meanwhile, Stan has to deal with an ex-boxer/witness suffering from pugilistic dementia! Guest starring Steven Weber! Visit the official fan page *******www.facebook****/inplainsight . Follow us on Twitter! *******twitter****/InPlainSightUSA
23 Apr 2010
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Airs Wednesday April 21st at 10/9c! Mary and Marshall try to help FBI Agent Mike Faber convince his informant to enter WitSec. Despite their best efforts, the informant refuses their protection and gets himself into a heap of trouble. Meanwhile, Stan has to deal with an ex-boxer/witness suffering from pugilistic dementia! Guest starring Steven Weber! Visit the official fan page *******www.facebook****/inplainsight . Follow us on Twitter! *******twitter****/InPlainSightUSA
22 Apr 2010
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