Hate to say this Alberto but you theory is nonsense.All things being equal a bigger guy will win.Has any little guy ever won the 100 metres nowadays in sprinting?Could a flyweight boxer beat Mike Tyson in his prime?No way Jose.Get real. Cheers, Joe.
Joe, it's not a theory
. I know what I am saying here.
I normally try not to mention again the fact I have a boxing background - by which I mean an agonistic
background (that is, not just hitting a punching bag).
So, I bring that about here only once again simply in order to emphasize and prove that it's not a theory
came out of delusional thinking, but from a past of active
If the mere fact a guy is bigger than you would mean the bigger guy is bound
to win, then judging from the boxing categories a welter
weight should never fight with a superwelter
because there are about 8 pounds of difference between classes, and since size matters those 8 pounds would dictate
the outcome. After all, aren't boxing classes separating weights?
So if you weight 4 kilos more than me, you'd beat me automatically...
I can assure you that an experienced boxer who weights 135 pounds may beat up badly
, severely, in a no-contest and unilateral
serious beating whatever guy who is 250 pounds and has no
boxing experience. As a fact
, not as a theory
And equating experience, I can tell you I have seen with my own eyes
(you have to trust
me here) a feather
weight breaking the nose of middle weights during a sparring work out. This not to mention how many welters
I have seen sparring successfully
with heavy weights.
If you want to beat bigger guys, you have to train
in a manner consistent with that goal. If you never do, you never will. But if you do, you do.
It is not size what makes a difference - only training methods
make a difference (or a gun
guy who won 100 and 200 meters: Pietro Mennea