Originally Posted by Since 1985
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?
You have to have quick reflexes you need to slip that punch. Also i don't know why people try to head hunt on Floyd what they need to do is bang his arms for about 5 rounds and if he uses the elbow uppercut his elbow i bet that will stop that cause that punch can damage Flodys, thats how i would train somebody to fight Floyds shoulder