RossBoxing.com Is Back

For those who do not follow my posts on Facebook or Twitter, I wanted to let everyone know that I am bringing back my original website.

RossBoxing.com

I started RossBoxing in 2001. Many of the older readers here may know me from that original site. I look forward to bringing it back to life with a variety of boxing related entries. The revised site will naturally focus on boxing training with a particular emphasis on old school methods and fighters.

RossTraining will certainly remain as well, but will be updated within the next month or so. First, I will be moving the forum to a new server. Once the forum has been moved, I will then update the blog to become more user and mobile friendly.

I am not a techie by trade however so I cannot guarantee that the transition won’t come without a few hiccups. I will do my best to make the transition as seamless as possible though. If you wish to stay in touch with related updates, I will be posting any new developments to Facebook and Twitter.

I look forward to taking RossBoxing and RossTraining to new levels in the weeks and months ahead.

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4 comments:

  1. As a lifetime fan of boxing, looking forward to RossBoxing. Boxers and wrestlers are some of the finest conditioned athletes around. Especially looking forward to some old school training methods, IMO, those old school fighters were in better shape. The training programs of Marciano, Basilio, and Jim Jeffries would put the average fighter of today in the hospital.

  2. Looking forward to this. Been a huge fan of the sport as well of the training for years. Hope you will get a little bit into your training methods and techniques as well. Maybe even a little insights of yours on the scene.
    I’m sure a Rubio would’ve come on weight if you’d been in his corner. That was a fu..ing disgrace.
    Keep it coming. Cheers

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