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Kayode wants to kayo Tarver

Story by Francisco Salazar
Photos courtesy of Tom Casino/Showtime

Constructive criticism. Most people go through it at some point in their professional career.

Accountants are reminded to balance, nurses are reminded on procedures for drawing blood, and teachers are reminded to check for students’ knowledge. It is meant for managers, supervisors, or owners to give feedback to someone who is applying specific job requirements and to do it to the best possible way.

Lateef Kayode applies his trade in and out of a ring and, to a certain extent, listens to constructive criticism from his trainer, manager, and his promoter. Although he is a “perfect” fighter on record, he is far from being the perfect fighter. He could get there one day, but there is a lot of work for him to do before he would be considered the number one cruiserweight in the world . . . Click here for more

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