In this page, you will find a list of 15 quotes from Adam Booth, from different articles. We analyzed 5 articles in which Adam Booth has been quoted in topics like Ryan and David Haye. Adam Booth’s most recent quote is: “David looked a little bit slow, and Tony boxed out of his skin. I suspect that David was probably injured going in, and it got much worse in the fight itself. David nailed Tony a couple of times with some solid shots, and although Tony felt them, he was still in there”. To see more examples Adam Booth’s views and opinions, check out the section below.
I told Ryan after the [cuts in the] second round, This fight's not going 12 rounds, you're both cut too badly, win every moment of the next two rounds because it's going to go to a technical decision. The referee [Marcus McDonnell] did an immaculate[...]
I don't think Jacobs is the biggest puncher Golovkin has ever faced. I'd say that's David Lemieux. However, in terms of the combination of speed, power and boxing ability, I'd say Jacobs is the best Golovkin has fought.
It was always the plan for Andy to come in at 160lbs on the dot. With the 'GGG' and Jacobs fight taking place on the same card, there was always a chance that one of them could've got injured. We knew if that had've happened, they would've turned st[...]
I don't expect the main event to last too long. Andy's had a lot going on in his life outside the ring – all good stuff. I know it can be a bit of a cliché, but it's true that a rest can rejuvenate you. We'll know after the fight whether it has or n[...]
With the Saunders fight, we did about three training camps because of the postponements, so it just all became so long, negative and laborious. It was a bit of a painful lesson regarding the problems that can occur when fights get delayed like that.[...]
Once the injury got worse, he was never going to be able to hurt Tony as much as he did in the first couple of rounds. So I'd probably say that the fight went on a little bit too long. Once the injury happened, it made sense to go out there and see [...]
Yes. Injuries are a part of his career more than anyone I've known. This is just another one, although admittedly it's not a nice one. For his style of fighting in particular, it's not a good injury to suffer. Nevertheless, I fully expect him to com[...]
David looked a little bit slow, and Tony boxed out of his skin. I suspect that David was probably injured going in, and it got much worse in the fight itself. David nailed Tony a couple of times with some solid shots, and although Tony felt them, he[...]
"Are you sure you're working at 75 per cent?"
"He has that David Haye genetic make-up, but, on top of that, he's so very, very clever and confident. The harder the fight, the more he wants it. A lot of guys who have that same kind of talent are used to getting their own way. But, as soon as the[...]
"It reminded me of when Steve Redgrave used to finish a race and then throw up and pass out,". "I thought this boy's got some demons that are pushing him forward.".
"We can't get bantamweight or super-bantamweight sparring anymore,". "He's too strong for them.".
Being on Sky gives him the platform he deserves and wants, it will allow him to go on to pay-per-view.
As a coach you want to work with good fighters who have the desire and the ability to be the best. He can go all the way, I wouldn't be involved if I didn't think that. I'm not interested in working with fighters that aren't going to be world champi[...]
"Chris is almost a pay-per-view fighter now, he's got the name, the image and he's got the style. If you put him in a good fight, you know he'll put on an entertaining performance,"