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    Default Why Erickson Lubin got knocked out!

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    Default Re: Why Erickson Lubin got knocked out!

    He got knocked out cuz his head should have never been where it was and unprotected. Charlo/ Charlo Camp spotted that easy. That shot was by design. If you watch how fast they come together , Charlo knew Lubin was going there (otherwise where the punch landed would have been a low blow). Lubin (with a lazy lead hand that he kept too low and his palm rotated) ducked away from the double jab rather than using his feet to pivot. He kept his right hand out, low and palm in thinking he'd use the right hand for a hook over the top or to clinch. It was blocked from protecting his face by charlos body and then became a counterbalance for his upper body while he went over deep. His left hand never crossed to protected the right side of his face, which should happen if he doesn't rotate in toward the clinch. He was out of position and got T-boned... He had a few options; - He could have had his right hand higher and parried the jab -- setting up counters or having his opponent off balance and used his feet to get out. - He could have pivoted off his right foot and circled back out to his right (the danger is because hes a south paw, he can slip backwards over charlos left leg/foot and go down-- but thats the danger whenever you fight a ortho as a southpaw and vice versa--the feet get tangled up and your opponents always trying to step on your lead foot to limit your options. - As the man in the video said he could have braced charlos arm to stop the shot (i don't think he saw it coming and was expecting and overhand right) He didn't move his feet and he was locked in place when he broadsided.
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    Default Re: Why Erickson Lubin got knocked out!

    Because he’s shit.

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    Default Re: Why Erickson Lubin got knocked out!

    Quote Originally Posted by GaMo View Post
    Because he’s shit.
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    Default Re: Why Erickson Lubin got knocked out!

    Quote Originally Posted by J_Undisputed View Post
    He got knocked out cuz his head should have never been where it was and unprotected. Charlo/ Charlo Camp spotted that easy. That shot was by design. If you watch how fast they come together , Charlo knew Lubin was going there (otherwise where the punch landed would have been a low blow). Lubin (with a lazy lead hand that he kept too low and his palm rotated) ducked away from the double jab rather than using his feet to pivot. He kept his right hand out, low and palm in thinking he'd use the right hand for a hook over the top or to clinch. It was blocked from protecting his face by charlos body and then became a counterbalance for his upper body while he went over deep. His left hand never crossed to protected the right side of his face, which should happen if he doesn't rotate in toward the clinch. He was out of position and got T-boned... He had a few options; - He could have had his right hand higher and parried the jab -- setting up counters or having his opponent off balance and used his feet to get out. - He could have pivoted off his right foot and circled back out to his right (the danger is because hes a south paw, he can slip backwards over charlos left leg/foot and go down-- but thats the danger whenever you fight a ortho as a southpaw and vice versa--the feet get tangled up and your opponents always trying to step on your lead foot to limit your options. - As the man in the video said he could have braced charlos arm to stop the shot (i don't think he saw it coming and was expecting and overhand right) He didn't move his feet and he was locked in place when he broadsided.
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