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Women in position of ringside

Posted Mar 05 2012 12:43am

“And let us not lose heart and grow weary and faint in acting nobly and doing right, for in due time and at the appointed season we shall reap, if we do not loosen and relax our courage and faint.” Galatians 6:9



Good evening! The Tiger Lady is back and it’s the 04th day of March 2012. I have been away, but I am here with you. I decided to update “Women in position of ringside.” I feel it’s important for everyone to understand what it’s like “Why women are in the ring.” It is such a powerful feeling! It is a learning lesson and she grows from it.

She dreams and inspired by other women boxers who continues to strive and maintain a high level of self motivation, the willingness to persevere with her training, as a boxer she endures discomfort and stress out with the sacrifices of her time and energy.

The love and the passion grow and the fire inside her is strong! This is an important desire for women boxers who wants to meet success. Women boxers train daily, mentally and physically conditioned, spiritual strength and of course emotional control. She trains to improve herself and she knows no one can ever take that away from her. She stays focused on the main points and reaches a conclusion with a good understanding of what Coach is saying to her.

Flurries of jabs, right cross, uppercuts, left hook, jab, jab on a man’s body inside the square ring with no other choice but to spar him to prepare for her big fight. What more can she do, but to listen to her trainer yell “get up on your toes!” “Don’t stand flat footed” Old school trainer yelling! What more can you do in a man’s domain? She walks away, her head up high with her battered body by devoting herself in training each day and night, taking demands from men who knows or suppose to know the true art of sweet science. Is it fame she is looking for? Is she being misguided by her sense of pride?

She can easily destroy herself, including her family; I know, I was a female prize fighter and destruction follows with you. It’s always good to be honest with yourself, honest in your training and in business.

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