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28 October 1982
Haitian / Canadian
Light Middleweight (154lbs) -Light Heavyweight (175lbs)
5’ 11” / 180 cm
72″ / 182 cm
• 2001-2003 Boxer of the Year in Canada
• Gold medallist at the 2002 Commonwealth Games
• Light Heavyweight World Champion
• Power in Both Hands
• Fast Hands
Jean Pascal combines speed and power to take his opponents out. His many flaws including stamina issues and lack of basic fundamentals means that he often relies on his best assets. Pascal’s wild swings and unpredictability is only more reason for
his opponents to be more careful, as these are the same flaws that cause problems for other fighters.
The Haitian born fighter Jean Pascal fights out of his adopted home of Canada where he’s a star because of his entertaining style and accomplishments.
Throughout his career, Pascal has fought the toughest competition and has only lost to the best. His most high profile fights was with the legendary Bernard Hopkins where he retained his world title in a draw in their first fight and lost the second on points.
Pascal always comes in top physical condition for his fights and he has superb athletic ability.
• Closes his eyes, pointing upwards with his hands together while spinning around for 30 seconds, then attempting to walk in a straight line. This helps him with balance and conditioning for when he gets dazed by a punch.
• Pascal has been a gym rat for his entire boxing career and often splits his training sessions into three periods of morning, afternoon and evening.
Jean Pascal’s idol is the legendary fighter Roy Jones Jr. who achieved phenomenal success in boxing, and like Pascal, he was also known to be extremely dedicated to their profession. In Pascal’s viewpoint, he says:
always put boxing before everything else in my life. Before family, before friends, before dating. It's a life choice I made and it is not hard at all. People are wrong when they say that I make sacrifices for my career. I don't make sacrifices…A life choice is conscious. I know that if I sleep well, if I eat well, if I live a clean life and if I'm training as best as I can, I will have more chances to win and to achieve my goals.
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29 August 1983
Cathedral City, California, USA
Light Welterweight (140lbs) -Welterweight (147lbs)
5’ 6” / 168 cm
69″ / 175 cm
• Junior Golden Gloves Champion
• Two Time Amateur National Champion
• 2005-2006 WBC Youth World Welterweight Title
• 2006-2007 WBC Youth World Light Welterweight Title
• Three Time World Champion in Two Weight Divisions
• Mental Toughness
• Smart Pressure Fighter
Timothy Bradley elevated himself to the top of the Light Welterweight division by having the mental toughness that pushed him through the toughest fights.
Bradley can box or brawl and would often opt to combine both to apply pressure in an intelligent way. For this reason, many of his opponents cannot handle the rough and gruelling experience that Bradley turns a fight into.
At the age of 10, Timothy Bradley began his boxing journey by competing in 140 amateur bouts, in which he accomplished a number of championship titles. In his professional career, Bradley picked up a world title by beating England’s Junior Witter on his home turf.
Since then, he defended his title several times and unified the belts by defeating Kendall Holt and Devon Alexander. Bradley’s successful run gave him credit of being the best in the 140lbs decision.
But his most high profile and toughest win was against all-time great Manny Pacquiao, in which he won by controversial decision. Bradley stood up to Pacquiao’s power punches and pressure by being in superb condition, as always.
• Body cleansing is important for Bradley, so before any serious training, he
fasts for 5 days to dipose of all the toxins.
• During training camp, Bradley adopts a strict vegan diet after being advised to do so in 2008. This has resulted in giving him more energy and endurance. Due to his diet, he said “My
thoughts are clear, crisp. Everything is working perfectly -Ifeel clean.”
• The emphasis on strength is high, as highlighted by Bradley’s body structure. Exercises such as pushing huge tractor tyres and general weight lifting.
• Push ups by using his chin (opening and closing the mouth) strengthens his neck and jaw, which enhances the ability to absorb a punch.
Bradley’s father embedded the importance of a hard work ethic, dedication and the ‘never give up’ mentality in Bradley’s mind from such a young age. It’s now the very essence in which he lives his life by, in and out of the ring.
2 July 1977
Super Middleweight (168lbs)
6’ 1” / 185 cm
74½″ / 189 cm
• 2001 World Amateur Boxing Championships Bronze Medallist
• Three Time World Champion at Super Middleweight
• Iron Chin
• Heavy Handed
One of the toughest guys in boxing is Carl Froch. He has fought the best fighters in his division consecutively and has come out victorious more often than not. Froch has a leaky defense and has absorbed big punches from power punchers, often without even batting an eyelid.
Although Froch doesn’t have one punch knockout power, he has very heavy hands that will hurt when connected, which makes his opponents respect him even more.
Carl Froch recent run of opponents in the Super Six Tournament has perhaps been the most impressive resume during recent years in boxing. Not only were his opponents tough, but he also travelled, often to their backyards to face them.
Many people forget that before the tournament, Froch has faced very tough competition coming up through the ranks also. This is what made him such a gritty, determined and experienced fighter. Froch is trained by Robert McCracken, and they’ve formed a strong bond since Froch’s amateur days.
• Froch has a high work-rate, which can be attributed to his runs. It consists of 4-5 runs per week, the longest being between 6-7 miles, at a very intense pace of 6 minutes per mile.
• In terms of his punching power, Froch acknowledges the fact that you can only improve it to a certain extent. However, he credits his power partly to his wide back, which he attained from doing many pull ups.
• Push ups is a form of exercise that Froch recommends. He has really honed this exercise to the highest level, with his ability to do between 200-250 push ups in 2 and a half minutes.
There’s really more than meets the eye with Carl Froch. When you watch him fight, his style and technical ability is crude, but underrated and more importantly, underneath it all is a man that’s willing to go through hell to beat his opponent.
Through sheer determination and a high work rate combined with his physical strength, Froch manages to outfight his opponents to victory in most cases.