Become a Professional Boxer

Planning a career in a sport is never easy. There are plenty of uncertainties and the time required for achieving success in sport can be very long. This is true in popular and widely played sport like boxing. If you are thinking is it hard to become a professional boxer, then the answer is YES. Even the top boxers of today took many years to achieve fame on the international stage and hence, one needs to be patient and dedicated throughout his career. Here are some guidelines that will provide you with the right direction for this career.

Start Young
The time taken to become a professional boxer entirely depends on the individual’s ability and performance in tournaments. History reveals that boxers who start practicing and learning the basics of boxing at a very young age make it big in the long run. So, start your boxing sessions under professional guidance and be consistent with your practice.

Exercise
As you are growing up, you should take your exercise regimen more seriously. To become a professional boxer, you need to train under the guidance of an

The Soccer World

Football is the national sport of Italy. This is just one of the reasons the Italians are crazy about football. The country has a well-established domestic soccer league system in place, attracting the best footballing talents from across the world. So, well entrenched is this domestic league that the fervor with which the club supporters support their respective clubs is legendary. There have been riots on match days when rivals play against each other. Failing to achieve the club’s expectations can get the club officials fired, and if a player scores a winning goal in any final, he is given god-like status. In short, Italy is a nation of football maniacs. They love their football … and their stars.

The domestic league structure has produced legendary home-grown players. These players are handpicked from youth sides, taught the Italian brand of defensive football, and sent to the senior sides to play. Unlike England and France, Italian players usually stay in their own clubs for life. The loyalty of some players is legendary as we will see in the subsequent paragraphs. This makes the Italians love their players even more, and this forms a cycle of a player’s incentive to perform for the