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    Default Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    No head movement, afraid to press the fight, content to sit back and get picked apart.

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    no way to win----back peddling, covering up, retreating, defensive hand position only----long painful night of survival at best.

    depressing to see.

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    just sit there and let the other guy TEE OFF on you---body and head, head and body, teeing off

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    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    just sit there and let the other guy TEE OFF on you---body and head, head and body, teeing off
    It's hard to apply pressure unless you have some power in both hands, speed, and you don't care if your nose is split open like a melon.

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    Some examples if you will Brock.
    When God said to the both of us "Which one of you wants to be Sugar Ray?" I guess I didnt raise my hand fast enough

    Charley Burley

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    Brock, Marciano didn't have great head movement

    Wait till Rees fights Broner, he won't be the smaller man but he can pressure and can move his head.

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Memphis View Post
    Some examples if you will Brock.
    just watched Tyson Fury and Johnson===perfect example.

    as for the Rock not having good head movement---wtf? Archie Moore with 148 knockouts said he could NOT hit Marciano AT ALL with the left hook that it was virtually impossible to hit him with his cockeyed stance.

    Walcott said something similar that it was a weird realization to suddenly see you could not land properly due to Marciano's weird stance.

    Ali liked that slapping lead off left hook (hardly a Frazier hook) but still youd call it a left 'hook' I guess---no way was Ali going to land that on Marciano. Bad choice. Rocky could slip that like an eel and deliver a rib cruncher underneath.

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    Agreed

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Memphis View Post
    Some examples if you will Brock.
    just watched Tyson Fury and Johnson===perfect example.

    as for the Rock not having good head movement---wtf? Archie Moore with 148 knockouts said he could NOT hit Marciano AT ALL with the left hook that it was virtually impossible to hit him with his cockeyed stance.

    Walcott said something similar that it was a weird realization to suddenly see you could not land properly due to Marciano's weird stance.

    Ali liked that slapping lead off left hook (hardly a Frazier hook) but still youd call it a left 'hook' I guess---no way was Ali going to land that on Marciano. Bad choice. Rocky could slip that like an eel and deliver a rib cruncher underneath.
    He didn't. His face was always a mess and as for Moore saying he couldn't hit him, he managed to drop him alright and Moore was just an old light heavyweight. This wasn't a young Ali fighting a journeyman on the way up, this was THE heavyweight champ...

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    And they seem to forget that there is a body attached to the head. I can't remember the last time I seen a decent heavyweight body puncher. Had Tua hung out with Mike McCallum he probably would have been undefeated.

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    Not many fighters know how to go to the body to set up punches upstairs, they're always headhunting which is annoying.

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    Massive generalisation which is unlike you Brock.

    What is interesting is watching Tyson clones with black shorts, no socks, trying to bob and weave to copy Mike’s style. It is difficult to pull off and you need skill, punching power and good timing.
    Do not let success go to your head and do not let failure get to your heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Massive generalisation which is unlike you Brock.

    What is interesting is watching Tyson clones with black shorts, no socks, trying to bob and weave to copy Mike’s style. It is difficult to pull off and you need skill, punching power and good timing.
    Baloney! I wore socks last time. Shorts were ash-grey as well. Dont make hurtful accusations.

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Massive generalisation which is unlike you Brock.

    What is interesting is watching Tyson clones with black shorts, no socks, trying to bob and weave to copy Mike’s style. It is difficult to pull off and you need skill, punching power and good timing.
    Baloney! I wore socks last time. Shorts were ash-grey as well. Dont make hurtful accusations.
    You are more Rocky than Tyson, raw, crude and very rude.
    Do not let success go to your head and do not let failure get to your heart.

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    Default Re: Smaller fighters dont know how to pressure bigger ones anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Massive generalisation which is unlike you Brock.

    What is interesting is watching Tyson clones with black shorts, no socks, trying to bob and weave to copy Mike’s style. It is difficult to pull off and you need skill, punching power and good timing.
    Baloney! I wore socks last time. Shorts were ash-grey as well. Dont make hurtful accusations.
    You are more Rocky than Tyson, raw, crude and very rude.
    Are you saying I am a Raggamuffin man?

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