When you hear the phrase “boxing fight tonight,” you may think of the UFC, but there are a number of other organizations vying to be the next big thing in dog fighting.
We asked a number to tell us their take on what a boxing fight is, what they look for in a fighter and what the best trainer can expect.1.
What’s a boxing match?
A boxing match is the most common form of dog fighting, but not all are as exciting as they are often made out to be.
Many of the people we spoke to were more focused on training their dogs to be ready for the fight than a bout in the ring.
Here are some of their takeaways:1.
A boxing fight will not last long.
The average boxing match lasts about 15 minutes, with the average fighter losing about 20 percent of his energy to the opponent, according to the National Dog Trainer Association.2.
Fighters will get hurt.
A boxer may need to be restrained for a long period of time to prevent him from being injured, but trainers and trainers’ assistants often help a boxer get over the initial shock of being hit.
Some trainers are also able to teach their dogs how to defend themselves if they are hit.3.
Dogs don’t need to fight, they can play.
If you have a pet that’s good with people, you can teach them to fight.
That’s because the fighting instinct is built into dogs, and they will defend themselves when they feel attacked, according the National Dogs Training Academy.4.
Training dogs to fight is fun, and you’ll want to watch the fight.
A fighter may want to keep his opponent in the pocket and watch him scramble for his next opportunity.
A trainer and assistant will watch the fighter’s fight and give them a short description of what happened so they can get to know the fighter better, according The National Dog Training Academy (NTTA).5.
The dog’s natural instinct is to fight the best and the best fighters will win.
This is true even if the dog is hit in the face, according NTDAs trainer, Kelly McAllister.
If the dog does not fight, trainers can teach him to fight in a way that will keep him safe from the blow.6.
If a fighter gets injured, trainers should have the option to get the dog back on the floor.
If they do not, trainers will help him get back on a stool and keep him in the corner.
If he gets up, trainers may have to keep him on the ground for a while to get him to recover.
A training session can also be interrupted to take care of a wound or other problem.7.
The fight is a great way to get your dog motivated.
Trainers and assistants will make sure the fighter is well rested, and the dog will have fun.
It also helps to keep the dog from getting bored and get him motivated, according NTTA.8.
A dog fight is good for your dog’s health.
When you’re training your dog to fight with you, you want to make sure your dog gets a good workout, because the fight is intense.
If your dog isn’t getting a good night’s sleep, trainers and assistants can help him sleep, according McAllisters advice.9.
Dogs are more likely to be successful if they learn to defend their territory.
Training your dog can help build confidence and trust in your dog.
Train your dog and you can expect him to defend your property, which will help increase his confidence, McAllers says.10.
If there’s a problem with the fighter, trainers, trainers’ assistant and/or trainers can help.
Injuries, poor nutrition, and general health issues can all impact a fighter’s ability to fight effectively, accordingNTTA.11.
There’s nothing wrong with a fighter who’s not a boxer.
In fact, trainers often help fighters develop new skills in the cage.
In the UFC , fighters can also compete with their dogs in the same manner.
This isn’t to say that a fighter should never fight in the UFC .
It’s more about the trainer helping the fighter with their own training.12.
There is nothing wrong if a dog gets hurt in a boxing bout.
If, for example, a boxer gets knocked out during a boxing session, trainers or assistants will get to work on getting him back on his feet.
The fighter may also need some assistance to walk again.
A sparring session can be done as well, accordingto McAllists advice.