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Old 01-10-2013, 04:03 PM
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This is a complicated question because I think it could be different from fighter to fighter. I think it could be one of the following...

-their training routines
-genetics
-foot placement (feet not planted correctly, moves too much to get a solid hit)
-the way they swing (technique or trying to swing too fast and give up power in the process)
-their style (purposely don't hit hard because they're a volume puncher or conserve energy for later rounds.)

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