right hands are all about distance and angles. you've got to be at the right distance to get leverage, and have an angle to land your shot straight without looping it around the guard or having it blocked.
how do you take that away against the best counterpuncher of his era?
i wouldn't be here if i could tell you that specifically, lol. i'd be training a guy to beat floyd mayweather and earn seven or eight figures...
if you're close enough a right hand will lack steam, and if you're far enough away you can usually see it coming and take a step back or to the side. if you control the distance, you won't get hit with right hands.
Last edited by New England; 10-11-2012 at 02:38 PM.