Professional fight gloves are designed for maximum power (rather than hand protection) and compact design (to squeeze past opponent defenses). They are meant to be used for only a single fight so comfort matters more than durability, and their come with as little padding as possible (the gloves weigh only 8oz or 10oz). Many of them are also padded with horsehair which only lasts up to 30 rounds. Some brands sell a foam version of their pro fight model in case you want to train in smaller gloves to get used to their weight/timing. But generally, you SHOULD NOT use fighting gloves for regular training!
Carlos “Carlitos” Nayen Borbolla was 24, and he appeared coded for maximal coolness. He had hair the color of deep space, and while it was hardly short, swooping like a roller coaster, it always looked freshly cut. He seemed especially fond of gravity’s pull. He was always leaning, lounging, draping an arm, whatever he had to do to avoid supporting the entirety of his body weight, which was perfectly proportioned to his 5-foot-8 frame. He spoke with his hands, conducting each syllable with his invisible baton. When he listened—he preferred talking, but it happened—he often tucked his hands into his armpits and left his thumbs sticking out, pointing up toward his head, like, Eyes right here, people.
Progressives were able to impose their sick ideology on a previously healthy society by making a long march through the institutions so as to capture the cultural high ground. They infiltrated the influential pillars of the establishment and eventually took them over, driving out most everyone who would resist their agenda. It happened to the news media, to Hollywood, to education, to the federal bureaucracy. Given that so many focus their attention obsessively on sports, it is unsurprising that progressives have strategically taken over the sports media too.