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Old 01-04-2012, 06:14 AM
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Originally Posted by tito_bandito View Post
I'm 5'9 and walk around 158 pounds. I had to spar this cat that was 6'4 and 190+ pounds. I started out jabbing and as soon as my jab tapped his wrist this fool backs up and throws his jab but I kept slipping it. Then he tells me to come forward to make it a phone booth fight but the previous guy he sparred was getting pushed way too much. I step in and throw a right hand and he backs up and leaves his left jab hanging there to keep me apart and to force to move to his right. That pissed me off and at the end this guy tells me I was fighting scared. I was just not trying to fall for his BS. I watched the Omar Henry vs Margarito sparring session and saw how Henry pushed margs with his left guard down and it cut his high guard from throwing punches so he threw a right hand. Any advice?
It depends on the opponant. You might feel confortable jab and moving on the outside, making the taller guy give up his height. You may also want to work on the inside, so he can't use his reach advantage (watch and Joe Frazier fight or Chisora-Helenius is a great example)!
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