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Old 11-10-2012, 09:23 PM
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To follow up my post, I just saw it, thanks to you, and have this to say. He was as active as in his early pre-Sanders fights, but his jab was a little more hesitant, not always carrying throught. He had a jab which could KO an opponent, it was so powerful. And I notice that although he got in with lots of right ahands, he missed quite a few too. That was because he was inclined to swing those that missed, a more rounded punch, which was missing by about 3-4 inches, either in front of, or behind Wach, perhaps a right hook. He needs to throw his right hand dead straight all the time, as he always used to, then he just can't miss. I was pleasantly surprised at his aggression, lacking for a long time. Perhaps his stint this time with Jonathan Banks did him good.
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