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Here’s my take …First, there are too many unqualified trainers who really don’t understand boxing.
The use of this technology has the potential to supplement or replace current testing methods with much more specific and informative data for the physicians in care of our athletes. We carry that knowledge and experience into every aspect of the sweet science.
We all love boxing, and, of course, knockouts happen, but we are all gentlemen and never want to see anyone actually get hurt, or worse.
Perhaps also since many of boxing’s deaths are taking place in the lighter weight classes, it may mean we need to change the day-before weigh-in rules.
Currently, fighters cut weight, dehydrate, stop eating and drinking water and use extreme measures such as drinking magnesium — which will clean you out as if you’re heading in for some type of scope before surgery — taking salt baths, going into saunas wearing plastic suits for hours at a time and more just to ‘fit’ into a lower weight class.