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Old 11-17-2011, 11:33 PM
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Originally Posted by shadeyfizzle View Post
There was nothing wrong with the strategy. The gameplan was flawless. Only problem was execution. They were expecting manny to initiate the exchanges then feint when the marquez right came and counter.

Problem was the right counter was rare so pac just sidestepped into body shots.

The marquez right only came as potshots or as pac was coming in before any exchange could take place. And those werent in the gameplan.
You're way off.

The main point in Roach's gameplan was to draw Juanita's lead out, and once Juanita makes his move, Pac is suppose to step back and counter.

#1 the problem with this was, PAC usually steps too far back and ends up not having the proper distance, and he has to reset and start all over again - This one is a PAC issue.

#2 I thought that Dumbquiao would've been better off bobbing so Juanita's lead right would go right over his head and then counter.

- Instead, they really like the step to the left and then counter. The problem is, it takes too long to execute this move.
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