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Old 08-02-2012, 08:14 AM #11
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Counterpunchers give counterpunchers the most trouble. Fact.
Look at Salvador Sanchez. He slaughtered guys who came straight at him like Lopez, Gomez, and Castanaon. Then watch what happened when he fought guys who didn't come right at him or gave him different looks.....he struggled in most of those.
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