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Old 02-13-2013, 10:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Russian Crushin View Post
They know how to use leverage to maximize their punches. I think its something you're "born" with, i've never really heard of a guy punching mucher harder after training
Apparently Tommy Hearns wasn't a hard hitter. Anyway I think it is mainly down to technique/preference if you look at fighters who don't hit hard they're not exactly committing themselves to their punches.
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