chronic your throwing your body into those bodyshots by hoping off the ground @ 1:20, you should keep your body planted firmly to the floor and drive with your feet, same with the right hook on a few occasions. same with what i said about losing your base when he rushed you your sending in flying puches lol.
id like to see you work the jab more,
id like to see you throw more combos after the bobbing and weaving remember sometimes encounters can last 5-10-15 seconds, at the moment your just combo- bob a weave or bob and weave combo, make combo- bob and weave- comobo- bob and weave
your movment is a bit stiff when your back off at times but that comes with experience,
try a straight right or jabs to the body dont limit it to shovel hooks.
best way to work the bag is belive its your opponant, relax think im going to tag him, think im going to feint the bag with this then work his ribs on the inside. back off and pretend to dodge a shot on the way in and lean up aginst it, parry and upercut hook- your on the outside again start jabbing- right cross to the body hes backed up move in right cross left hook. working the bag is an art at first it might seem boring i agree but you will learn to love it hope iv given you some ideas and try to work the mindset in all aspects of your boxing.
movment here looks alot better, jab needs to be faster though! remember no power and maximum speed tense at the end unless its a power jab
good to see some upercuts with hooks on the end, my fav on the inside
just some advice that has helped me, experiment with different boxing styles and counter -> offence combinations etc..
work on your guard, 80% of the guys at my club cant hit me, what does that mean? i just sit there looking for big openings and capitalising on them. solid guard is 50% of the game no point coming forward if your going to get tagged. work some sparring sessions where you just work your defence and a lengthy jab.
try to relax as much as possible but not so much that your sacrificing your reflexes, this is one of the hardest things to do took me about 2 years to get this and its stil improving. this way you dont waste excess energy and learn when to use your power.
be smart, let the other guy wear himself out in the first round, evade him, block all his shot, let him tense up all the time. do whatever it takes and look for his weaknesses, if he drops his right feint jab, left hook right body shot.
find combos which work at a high sucess rate for you, your comftable with and you can land well.
work on closing the distance on your opponant at weird intervals to get close quick and upset there timing and rhythem.
all in all you have strength and weaknesses but looking sharp bro! id take take a guess you have been boxing under a year. give it another 2 and you will be alot more polished and i see potential for a good fighter!