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Toney616
08-05-2010, 03:07 PM
1.Angles
2.Parrying
3.Feinting
4.Setting traps
5.Counter-punching

TBear
08-05-2010, 03:38 PM
1.Angles
2.Parrying
3.Feinting
4.Setting traps
5.Counter-punching

Ray Leonard against..............

Toney616
08-05-2010, 03:39 PM
Ray Leonard against..............
never been a fan of Leonard

sonnyboyx2
08-05-2010, 03:41 PM
never been a fan of Leonard

Leonard was brilliant.. a real tough guy believe it or not

Toney616
08-05-2010, 03:43 PM
Leonard was brilliant.. a real tough guy believe it or not
Which fight would you recommend?

TBear
08-05-2010, 03:48 PM
For boxing master vs boxing master watch Leonard-Benitez. You will see everything on your list with a bit of additude thrown in.

Toney616
08-05-2010, 03:49 PM
For boxing master vs boxing master watch Leonard-Benitez. You will see everything on your list with a bit of additude thrown in.
Thanks, I'll check that fight out

mrboxer
08-05-2010, 03:57 PM
there are many fights that have the type of criteria you are pondering about,you can go from old school to the fights of today,i think when you see the fighters using these forms of techniques you r love fo rthe sport will increase dramatically:boxing::arabia:

Toney616
08-05-2010, 04:00 PM
there are many fights that have the type of criteria you are pondering about,you can go from old school to the fights of today,i think when you see the fighters using these forms of techniques you r love fo rthe sport will increase dramatically:boxing::arabia:
Which fights would you recommend, all the listed techniques dont have to be used in each fight

I've got
McCallum-Watson: parrying, counterpunching
Toney-Barkley: Counter punching
Walcott-Louis I: setting traps

them_apples
08-05-2010, 04:03 PM
1.Angles
2.Parrying
3.Feinting
4.Setting traps
5.Counter-punching

Bernard Hopkins vs Felix Trinidad

Eric Holder
08-05-2010, 04:21 PM
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BigStereotype
08-05-2010, 04:26 PM
1.Angles
o Pacquiao vs. Cotto: Pacquiao's incerdible footwork and upper body movement combine to give Cotto fits Pacquiao can punch from bizarre angles and then dart perfectly out of the way of a counterpunch. Angles-working masterpiece.
2.Parrying
o Marquez vs. Diaz: Marquez is backed against the ropes several times and parries each punch individually. He's not a defensive master, but it's very impressive to watch him intercept three or four punches in a row.
3.Feinting + 4.Setting traps
o Marquez vs. Casamayor: Two boxing masters going at it and they both try both of these tricks over and over. My man gets the best of it :D

5.Counter-punching
Any Mayweather fight. As much as I dislike his conduct over the past month or so, you can't help but respect his boxing skills. He's so good at looking like he's available to be hit and then snapping his head back and punishing his opponent with a check hook or straight right. Best examples are probably his wins over Marquez and Mosley and round 10 of the Hatton fight.

$BloodyNate$
08-05-2010, 10:21 PM
Bernard Hopkins vs Felix Trinidad

Bernard Hopkins vs Kelly Pavlik

Thread Stealer
08-06-2010, 01:53 AM
You can go on and on with examples but here are a few:

1.Angles


Watch the way Mayweather rotates his body and chooses his shots wisely to get the right angles on these body shots.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8ussWik15M#t=4m55s

B-Hop against Pavlik...he had all the right footwork and angles. He later talked about the importance of positioning. He knows the angles of where to be so he can land, and if his opponent lands, it's not as effective.


2.Parrying

Tim Witherspoon is one of many fighters whom I felt had a nice way of using his right hand to parry shots.



3.Feinting


B-Hop is a master of feinting. As he got older, sometimes it seemed like he feinted more than threw punches.

Watch him feint and Tito puts his right glove up to protect himself from the left hook. Then Hopkins goes to his right and lands the right hand.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzyzsFOdWkM#t=3m47s

Duran was another master of the feint. Check his use of them against Palomino.

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4.Setting traps

I don't like Ferdie Pacheco but he was right, Nelson set traps here by lying on the ropes and then catching Fenech with big shots.


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5.Counter-punching

You got to mention James Toney when it comes to counterpunching.

A master of countering.

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Mayweather doesn't throw as many shots as Toney but he's a very good counterpuncher as well.


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Megamasterking
08-06-2010, 02:57 AM
Fights with Carlos Monzon, Sugar ray Leonard, Sugar ray Robinson or Ali. I have learned a lot about boxing just by watching those ATG, when you try that in the ring you realize how great they were.

Toney616
08-06-2010, 07:51 AM
Bernard Hopkins vs Felix Trinidad
Thanks
Its been a while since Ive seen that fight I'm going to check it out again

Toney616
08-06-2010, 07:56 AM
You can go on and on with examples but here are a few:



Watch the way Mayweather rotates his body and chooses his shots wisely to get the right angles on these body shots.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8ussWik15M#t=4m55s

B-Hop against Pavlik...he had all the right footwork and angles. He later talked about the importance of positioning. He knows the angles of where to be so he can land, and if his opponent lands, it's not as effective.



Tim Witherspoon is one of many fighters whom I felt had a nice way of using his right hand to parry shots.




B-Hop is a master of feinting. As he got older, sometimes it seemed like he feinted more than threw punches.

Watch him feint and Tito puts his right glove up to protect himself from the left hook. Then Hopkins goes to his right and lands the right hand.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzyzsFOdWkM#t=3m47s

Duran was another master of the feint. Check his use of them against Palomino.

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I don't like Ferdie Pacheco but he was right, Nelson set traps here by lying on the ropes and then catching Fenech with big shots.


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You got to mention James Toney when it comes to counterpunching.

A master of countering.

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Mayweather doesn't throw as many shots as Toney but he's a very good counterpuncher as well.


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Thanks for this

Toney616
08-06-2010, 07:58 AM
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thanks
Downloading it now

Toney616
08-06-2010, 07:59 AM
1.Angles
o Pacquiao vs. Cotto: Pacquiao's incerdible footwork and upper body movement combine to give Cotto fits Pacquiao can punch from bizarre angles and then dart perfectly out of the way of a counterpunch. Angles-working masterpiece.
2.Parrying
o Marquez vs. Diaz: Marquez is backed against the ropes several times and parries each punch individually. He's not a defensive master, but it's very impressive to watch him intercept three or four punches in a row.
3.Feinting + 4.Setting traps
o Marquez vs. Casamayor: Two boxing masters going at it and they both try both of these tricks over and over. My man gets the best of it :D

5.Counter-punching
Any Mayweather fight. As much as I dislike his conduct over the past month or so, you can't help but respect his boxing skills. He's so good at looking like he's available to be hit and then snapping his head back and punishing his opponent with a check hook or straight right. Best examples are probably his wins over Marquez and Mosley and round 10 of the Hatton fight.
Great post

Toney616
08-06-2010, 08:22 AM
Fights with Carlos Monzon, Sugar ray Leonard, Sugar ray Robinson or Ali. I have learned a lot about boxing just by watching those ATG, when you try that in the ring you realize how great they were.
I'm going to watch Leonard-Benitez when I have time. Which of the above techniques does Ali use?

Toney616
08-06-2010, 08:24 AM
You can go on and on with examples but here are a few:

B-Hop against Pavlik...he had all the right footwork and angles. He later talked about the importance of positioning. He knows the angles of where to be so he can land, and if his opponent lands, it's not as effective.

What about the use of angles as a form of defense? Can you recommend me a fight?

Megamasterking
08-06-2010, 05:36 PM
I'm going to watch Leonard-Benitez when I have time. Which of the above techniques does Ali use?

Leonard-Benitez is great, one of my favorite fight... Ali is the one that people have problem to understand they just don't realize how FAST he was.
Since PUNCH = 1/2 M.Vē M=mass V=speed so you clearly see that speed is very important, more important than the mass. I will try to explain the best i can, but my English is weak, i use English only in this site...

Angles is related to footwork: Most of the time a good boxer will move away in a different Angle and do his thing... Ali's footwork is so great that he could make circles around you and still be able to hit you hard. That's more angles than a boxer can handle...

Parrying is not considered a "technique" but is very important: It's more a reflexe to protect you that get's better with praticing and fighting, anytime a boxer use an arm to block a hit you can call it parrying, so Ali is parrying...

Feinting is creating a diversion to take advantage of an opponent: An attitude, a look, a move... It's the opponent that show if your feinting is working or not. Ali use feinting often, like when he's dancing very fast with his feet and than move towards you with fast bombs...

Counter-punching is hitting an opponent who is moving towards you making the power of your punch greater: Foreman is attacking and gets hit by a counter-punch the fight is over a few seconds later.

I was lucky to have one of the best trainer in Canada, so if you have technical questions i will try my best to help you.