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8 minutes | Jul 11, 2022
#50 - Great Fighters Rely On Their Skills And Not Just Their Will
The greatest fighters have heart, but they also understand that skills pay the bills
6 minutes | Jul 5, 2022
#49 - The Greatest Champions Have A Competitive Edge And So Should You
It's okay to be widely ambitious. It's okay to want nothing less than a win. It's okay to dream big. In this world, people receive trophies for participating. But this doesn't help to cultivate a winning mindset. Embrace your ambition and be extremely competitive, as having those standards will help you take the sport more seriously.
10 minutes | Jul 4, 2022
#48 - Fully Activate Your Championship Potential and Develop The Inner Monster
How to separate yourself from everyone else and show up as the best version of yourself in training and inside the ring
8 minutes | Jul 3, 2022
#47 - How to Take Charge of Your Destiny and Earn Boxing Greatness
The importance of taking ownership of your training/career and not relying on anyone else
7 minutes | Jul 2, 2022
#46 - A Fighter Must Be Calm In The Ring
Discussing the importance of emotional control when fighting
13 minutes | May 13, 2021
#45 - Did Billy Joe Saunders Quit? Thoughts on the Canelo Fight
In this episode we discuss takeaways from the Canelo vs Billy Joe Saunders fight, and if it is justified for the critics to label BJS a quitter
5 minutes | May 11, 2021
#044 - What Boxing Was Like When There Were Fewer Title Belts
How competitive the boxing landscape was in the 20th century, when there weren't as many title organizations.
8 minutes | Sep 13, 2020
#043 - The PERFECT Mindset To Deal With A Loss
Dealing with a loss is something that practically every fighter will go through. The difference between good and great fighters is that they transform every situation into a result that favours them, and that includes the defeats and challenges they endure. In this episode of the podcast, we talk about the perfect way to deal with it and what your mindset should be from before and after this happens.
7 minutes | Sep 22, 2019
#042 - It Aint Over Till Its Over!
In this podcast episode, we discuss having the discipline and mindset to keep going until the very end to give yourself the best chance of securing the victory.
14 minutes | Sep 22, 2019
#041 - How Lomachenko's Intelligence Defeated Campbell's Physical Advantages
In this podcast episode, we dissect the performance of the unified lightweight champion Lomachenko and the tough challenger Luke Campbell.
10 minutes | Aug 21, 2019
#040 - Whats Your Story? Leave a Great Legacy
The sport of boxing is amazing because it enables a fighter to tell the world who he is. From the core of his character, to the story of his struggles, boxing enables him to express his authentic self. In this podcast episode, we talk about how this can motivate us to push harder and find our competitive self. Also, we cover social media and how to tell your personal story so that the fans relate and feel truly connected to you.
12 minutes | Aug 5, 2019
#039 - The Old School vs New School Fighter's Mentality Part 1
The fighters from the twentieth century and before used to fight quite frequently. So they had to be war-ready at all times. Not only that, their fights would last last longer then the typical 12-rounds that is characteristic of today's boxing. In this episode, we discuss how the fighters of today can incorporate this mindset to get ahead of today's competition. (The book referenced is Boxing Greatest Fighters - Bert Sugar)
13 minutes | Jul 23, 2019
#038 - How The Silent Killer Pacquiao Crushed The Trash Talker Thurman
Manny Pacquiao defeated Keith Thurman to become the oldest welterweight-champion in history. The accomplishment is incredible, but so too was his performance. In this episode of the boxing podcast Champset, we analyse his performance in the ring. But we also credit how Manny Pacquiao handled the mind games of Keith Thurman, and even used it to motivate him without it making him emotional.
12 minutes | Jun 21, 2019
#037 - The Simple Key to Talk and Feel like a champion
Champions and elite fighters see themselves as different to the rest of the competition. That's just the raw truth. But their automatic preference to have a positive perception doesn't stop there. It also applies to how they see EVERYTHING. This includes other people, their environment, and even objects. They are people that see potential for greatness in almost everything and one way this is demonstrated is through patterns of speech. In this episode, we deeply cover how you can control your perception and also how a real champion talks.
8 minutes | Jun 11, 2019
#036 - Believe That The 'Impossible' Can Be Done
The best fighters will all share the trait of being able to believe that the impossible can be made possible. You must be able to expand your mental reality if you want to extract all of the potential in your body and mind. You must believe that you are able to achieve what seems impossible from the outside. You must see nothing as impossible because this makes it a harder challenge to take on. Secondly, although it may seem counterintuitive, you must also be aware that your opponent can pull of the 'impossible' and defeat you if you are complacent. Fighters often write off opponents simply because the other fighter 'hasn't faced someone with that style before'. In this episode, we discuss why that can be the wrong mindset to have!
11 minutes | Jun 3, 2019
#035 - How Andy Ruiz Shocked Anthony Joshua and the Boxing World
In this podcast episode, we discuss the shocking result of the fight between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz. We look in detail at the different factors that contributed to the winner's success. We also look at how the reputation of a fighter can add pressure to a fighter, and why this can impair the fighter's performance and ability to fight skilfully.
12 minutes | May 27, 2019
#034 - This World Is Made To Break Champions
This is something every ambitious fighter needs to hear. In this world, it is hard to come across people who believe in you at the start of the journey. And you are more likely to run into discouragement on your pursuit of greatness. In this podcast, we cover how the world will try to break you down and how to avoid being affected by it. This is the eye-opener that will change the way you think.
8 minutes | May 19, 2019
#033 - Wilder Sends A Brutal Message To The Top Heavyweights
In this episode, we discuss the aftermath of the fight between Deontay Wilder vs Dominic Breazeale. This fight was a tremendous performance and sent a message to rest of the heavyweight division. We also discuss how far Deontay Wilder has a old-school-tough mentality like the champions of the past. We also talk about the current state of the heavyweight champions and the possible outcome of AJ vs Wilder.
9 minutes | May 16, 2019
#032 - Is Wilder Wrong For Saying He'll Kill His Opponent?
Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder recently made headlines for saying that he wants to kill an opponent, in preparation for his fight with Dominic Breazeale. Many fans were upset and outraged at these comments. But Reemus has a different take. Here, we look at the dark side of psychological warfare, and we uncover how you can strike fear into your opponent. We also discuss the mindset that Wilder is in when he is saying such things.
10 minutes | May 13, 2019
#031 - Striving For Success Is EASY!
Most people loathe the idea of working hard. They believe that it is difficult to put in a massive effort to go for your goals But the truth is, if you really want it, then it is HARDER to NOT go for your goals. This is because you will feel extremely guilty, bad, anxious and frustrated if you do not live out your potential and attain your dreams. We uncover this topic so that you have the right perception on shaping your attitude, and use that energy to make you super-hungry!
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