Please stay healthy and get caught up on the fights
By Max Warren
Boxing will be canceled for at least the next two months, and fans are clearly upset. Nobody is sure when it is going to come back, leaving a void that needs to be filled for fans of the sport.
So, what should boxing fans do right now? For starters, reading as many maxboxing.com articles as possible would be a great idea. But honestly, boxing is filled with such a rich history, and there is plenty of material to indulge.
With how saturated the boxing market has been, it can be difficult to watch all of the fights each week.
Now, fans have the opportunity to catch up on the recent fights that they didn’t get to see. With many social and work gatherings being cancelled, there will be plenty of time to watch and read about the sweet science.
YouTube is an amazing resource to watch classic fights. One can watch several bouts that feature their favorite fighters. It’s always fascinating to see how much differently older fights played out than contemporary match-ups. Also, there is an endless supply of boxing interviews on YouTube. For comedy, it’s always humorous to watch egregiously false predictions about bouts that have already happened.
As a fight fan, this will be a great time for determining how each division looks at the moment. Fans can look back at past fights featuring top fighters in respective divisions, and decide if their prior opinions were as accurate as they once thought.
This can be a valuable period for research and reflection. Boxing won’t be cancelled forever, and there will be even greater buzz once it resumes. The energy around a fight-night is unparalleled, but health concerns take precedence. For the time being, learn as much as you can about the sport you cherish.