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Old 11-02-2012, 02:31 PM #21
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Originally Posted by Ray Corso View Post
The easiest way for a young fighter to learn how to properly throw (pronate) his hook is to have the "elbow land" old school and effective. ALL punches need to be pronated! Ray
Everytime I see you post and the last thing i read is, Ray, I hear harold lederman's voice yelling JIM! lmao
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