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September 1, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports

Conor reflects on his bout with Floyd Mayweather

Just coming back around after a whirlwind couple of days. Thank you to all the fans for the support of the fight and the event! Without your support we as fighters are nothing so I thank you all! Thank you to my team of coaches and training partners! I had an amazing team and It truly was an amazing and enjoyable camp, and honestly I feel with just a little change in certain areas of the prep, we could have built the engine for 12 full rounds under stress, and got the better result on the night. Getting to 12 rounds alone in practice was always the challenge in this camp. We started slowly getting to the 12 and decreasing the stress in the rounds the closer it got to 12. I think for the time we had, 10 weeks in camp, it had to be done this way. If I began with a loaded 12 rounds under much stress I would have only hit a brick wall and lost progress as a result and potentially not made the fight. A little more time and we could have made the 12 cleanly, while under more stress, and made it thru the later rounds in the actual fight. I feel every decision we made at each given time was the correct decision, and I am proud of everyone of my team for what we done in the short time that we done it. 30 minutes was the longest I have fought in a ring or cage or anywhere. Surpassing my previous time of 25 minutes. I am happy for the experience and happy to take all these great lessons with me and implement them into my camp going forward. Another day another lesson! Congrats to Floyd on a well fought match. Very experienced and methodical in his work. I wish him well in retirement. He is a heck of a boxer. His experience, his patience and his endurance won him this fight hands down. I always told him he was not a fighter but a boxer. But sharing the ring with him he is certainly a solid fighter. Strong in the clinch. Great understanding of frames and head position. He has some very strong tools he could bring into an MMA game for sure. Here is a toast of whiskey to everyone involved in this event and everyone who enjoyed it! Thank you to you all! Onto the next one!


How a Stadium Transforms from the NBA to NHL


Packers rookies had to treat other players to quite the expensive meal


A few of the Spurs helping serve food with the SA Food Bank 


Coaching women’s volleyball seems likes a sweet job


Terry Crews Opens Up On Bullying In The NFL


What Happens to the Losing Team’s Championship Shirts?

For almost two decades, an international humanitarian aid group called World Vision collected the unwanted items at its distribution center in Pittsburgh, then shipped them overseas to people living in disaster areas and impoverished nations. After losing Super Bowl XLIII in 2009, Arizona Cardinals gear was sent to children and families living in extreme poverty in El Salvador. In 2010, after the New Orleans Saints defeated Indianapolis, the Colts gear printed up for Super Bowl XLIV was sent to earthquake-ravaged Haiti.


Yelberton Abraham Tittle – New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, Pitt Stadium, Pittsburgh, September 20, 1964

This photo taken during the last season of Y.A. Tittle’s storied career as an NFL quarterback captures Tittle after having just thrown an interception that was returned for a touchdown. On the play he suffered both a concussion and a cracked sternum. Tittle says of the photo, “It was the end of my dream. It was over.”


Ticket from Super Bowl 1



Olympic Rower’s Hands After 1,000km Row


The combined injuries on the face of hockey goalie Terry Sawchuk, before masks became standard equipment, 1966


Japanese pro wrestler Jun Kasai’s scarred back 


Tour de France rider Paweł Poljański legs after 16 stages


Demolished face of Russian boxer, Lebedev


Buffalo Sabres goalie Clint Malarchuk clutches his throat after suffering a lacerated neck in this March 22, 1989 photo in Buffalo, N.Y.

In a game against the St. Louis Blues, Malrchuk’s carotid artery, one of the largest blood vessels in the human body, was slashed by the skate of Blues player Steve Tuttle. Blood began pooling on the ice quickly, and the scene was so disturbing that nine fans fainted, and two others had heart attacks. Meanwhile, Malarchuk was literally dying in front of thousands of spectators.

But death would have to wait, thanks to the instinctive reactions of team athletic trainer (and former army medic) Jim Pizzutelli, who reached into Malarchuk’s neck and pinched the artery until doctors came to suture the wound. Even more amazing was that a week later, after only spending one night in hospital, Malarchuk was back in goal for the Sabres.


Scott Mendelson after he tore his pec breaking the world record bench press


Matt Mitrione suffers horrific eye injury at UFC Fight Night 81 after Travis Browne gets away with two eye pokes

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