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Q: Any boxing gyms in Shenzhen?

Anyone know any boxing gyms in Shenzhen? none of that Filipino or Thai stuff...I want the pure, classic stuff.

So far the only place I've managed to get some practice is in the street with drunk Chinese men. It hasn't been much fun.

9 years 50 weeks ago in  Sports - Shenzhen

 
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Yes there is a boxing gym in  Shenzhen, and a guy who offers lessons in not only boxing, but practical self defense, which isn't boxing at all, but is a hell of a lot more effective in those drunken street brawls. Below is his website, should have al the info you need. Classes are good and so is the training.

 

http://boxingforfitness.yolasite.com/

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