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Old 07-16-2012, 04:04 PM #23
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Originally Posted by PD21 View Post
We cant sya Khan should have had his right hand guarding his chin because he was throwing a punch. No fighter can throw a right hand and still block their chin with the right glove. His technique may have room for improvement but everyone is vulnerable when punching.

Him and Chisora made the same mistake when opening up and got caught by left hooks. If you watch the two punches Khan landed beofre the 1st KD they were weak shots. What was he doing throwing them in the 1st place.

Also did anyone notice Kenny Bayliss let him have 20 seconds to recover? He went down at 0.28 and by the time they let Garcia back at him it was 0.08
Defence is as much about knowing when not to throw a certain punch as it is about technique and what not.

Danny Garcia was winging that Left hook all night when Khan threw his right. He should have known it was coming, as it had been coming all night long. The right uppercut is one of the riskiest punches you can throw, especially against someone who's best punch is a left hook.

For all intents and purposes, it should only be used as a counterpunch. Its to dangerous to lead with, and unless you are throwing it with real power behind it, it shouldn't be used in slapping combinations.
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