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Old 06-04-2019, 04:51 AM #1
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Default Half-High Guard used by Elites... Cotto, Canelo, Mayweather, Ward..

Many boxers forget to raise their half-guard on the followup probabilities in exchanges. My personal favorite was Miguel Cotto. Even in combinations/exchanges and fading back out of the pocket he would raise his half-guard like a boss. Canelo does this a lot, and itís extremely important to do so in avoiding devastating follow ups from your opponent.

Ok some guys have mad power in both hands, but the traditional sense is whatever standard stance you are, your opposite hand (with a hook) is the money punch! Like Andy Leeís right hook was always devastating even though he was a Southie. Swift Garciaís left hook!

Dillian Whyteís left hook that hurt AJ early in their fight. Ortizís left hook that hurt Wilder in the 7th. Ruizís left hook, staggered AJ just like Whyte did.

Though I must say nobody as badass as Foremanís cross-guard. Took on all heavy and young hard hitters
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Old 06-04-2019, 05:20 AM #2
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Many boxers forget to raise their half-guard on the followup probabilities in exchanges. My personal favorite was Miguel Cotto. Even in combinations/exchanges and fading back out of the pocket he would raise his half-guard like a boss. Canelo does this a lot, and itís extremely important to do so in avoiding devastating follow ups from your opponent.

Ok some guys have mad power in both hands, but the traditional sense is whatever standard stance you are, your opposite hand (with a hook) is the money punch! Like Andy Leeís right hook was always devastating even though he was a Southie. Swift Garciaís left hook!

Dillian Whyteís left hook that hurt AJ early in their fight. Ortizís left hook that hurt Wilder in the 7th. Ruizís left hook, staggered AJ just like Whyte did.

Though I must say nobody as badass as Foremanís cross-guard. Took on all heavy and young hard hitters
Left hook is the single most important punch in boxing for righties & right hook for southpaws. The reason being its the power punch that is most capable of landing cleanly & often while catching your opponent off guard because its the closest to your opponent since your non dominant hand is always closer to opponent than dominant hand.
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