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Old 10-09-2012, 02:29 AM
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Hopkins in the 1990's was a great combination puncher.


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Originally Posted by Derranged View Post
I'll tell you what.. Wladimir Klitschko can throw some really good combinations when he feels like it. Which is hardly ever now.
Mayweather too, especially earlier in his career and now he is starting to again. For a while he didnt but he has thrown more the last couple fights.


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Originally Posted by SCtrojansbaby View Post
George Foreman.
Probably underrated in that regard, he always threw combos in his prime and even in old age, his KO win over moorer was NOT a one punch KO but 2 jab right hand combinations. First combo stunned moorer and the second put him out. People (especially moorer) act like it was a lucky hail mary punch but it was a right hand down the middle setup with the jab, landed twice in a row and that same combo was landed earlier in the fight. George was thinking strategically that fight.
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