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Old 10-10-2012, 11:33 PM
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Question What's the proper way to defend against Floyd's right hand lead?

Floyd seems to time his opponents and use this punch more effectively as the fight goes on. He tagged Hatton repeateadly with that punch. I think a fighter has to keep Mayweather off balance, which is easier said than done. Once Mayweather times you it's very difficult to defend against that right hand lead. I think a fighter must display very good footwork and head movement to avoid it. A stationary fighter doesn't much of a chance to avoid that punch imo. What do you guys think?
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