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Old 11-15-2012, 02:40 PM #1
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Default Comparisons for a fighters style.

I think there are allot of people who know how styles affect each other on this site, but there is still a large majority that can't quite wrap thier head around it. Like For instance A sharpshooter like JMM. He either waits for openings or creates them with feinting/combination punching. ala Mayweather. Other fighters are like Volume punchers or like an ozzie machine gun ala Dela Hoya ala Pac. But there is a difference in regards to who fuels the style as they change. When a fighter is more dependent on his athletic gifts and not the craft of boxing usually styles like the volume puncher fade and they are more dependent upon the fundamentalism of boxing.

Sharpshooter more dependent of skill acquired as athleticism fades.

Volume puncher more dependent on athleticism, but as time fades so does this fighters inherent "skill" of his style.

So i think it's important to take this into account with a fighter.

Power is usually the last asset to diminish.
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