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    Default Re: Dam this a great move.

    What if mayweather would have landed that cross, and since Marquez lunged forward, Mayweather was in southpaw stance ready to land another left cross while he was Juan was turning??

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcore_crash View Post
    What if mayweather would have landed that cross, and since Marquez lunged forward, Mayweather was in southpaw stance ready to land another left cross while he was Juan was turning??
    You mean as Floyd came up after going under,what if he landed a left cross onto Juan then?

    I think lights out for sure.
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    Default Re: Dam this a great move.

    Thats a good idea use the stance he had just put him in to take advantage of both the angle and the hard left he just loaded him up for, it actually seems like if mayweather had in mind skipping to remain in a southpaw stance he would have realised that he could have finished with a straight left from southpaw stance the fact that he didnt brings me more to believe he was off balance and that was the reason why he ended in a southpaw stance after the skip, seems like he did it on accident

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    Yeah , Scrap pointed out it was sloppy and off balance.
    I recon he could of finished the fight right there too if he stuck close and he had the temple shot open and the power and position to turn into it as well.
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    Default Re: Dam this a great move.

    I love that move too. Pretty much sums up the fight.

    Adam is right about the southpaw jab but (although Mayweather's feet weren't quite right after skipping out) both had their left hands loaded on the way out.

    * Floyd looked semi-ready to land a huge over-hand left in response to anything coming his way.

    * Marquez looked like he was cocking the left (ala that other Marquez giff v Pacquiao) but was in no position to throw even that punch hence the last thing he would of been think after getting countered so effectively is sticking another reaching jab out there.



    p.s i love the fact that i'm breaking down 3 seconds of footage in a board i have no buisnuess being in
    p.p.s i said 'semi-ready' as im sure Mayweather knew nothing would be comming his way
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    Default Re: Dam this a great move.

    Floyd always throws punches with his next two moves in mind. Hes not looking to sit down on his punches and knock people out, hes looking to land and wind up in a position where he cant be hit. He has the perfected olympic scoring style. He'll pot shot you to death until you give up or get stopped. It doesnt really matter the opponent he approaches every fight with the same thing in mind.

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    Default Re: Dam this a great move.

    Pep would have loved to be in the position Floyd found himself in

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    Default Re: Dam this a great move.

    I must have watched that little giff a hundred times.


    Floyd is pulling back before Marquez glove moves. He knows the jab is coming before it comes.

    From what? The shoulders, the chest, the legs? I know when I was sparring I always had slightly better results when I was kind of staring at my opponents chest. I experimented a lot, and kind of settled on relaxing my eyes on an opponents chest, using my peripheral vision for the gloves, legs etc. It's weird but the zone I got in, it was almost like I was trying to do one of those messed up, relax your eyes to see the hidden picture type of puzzles. Any hard and fast rules on where you should be looking at an opponent??
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    I think it's the elbows....
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    Default Re: Dam this a great move.

    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Any hard and fast rules on where you should be looking at an opponent??
    We've had this discussion before and there was quite a variety of answers, with no serious hard and fast rules. I think the chest was prob the most standard.

    I mean, I've even stared at peoples feet looking for clues on weight transfer, but that is about the last place I'd want to tell someone to look in an online training section...

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    Well, according to that vid - the only clue is Marquez leg, he's clearly stepping into the shot before the glove moves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimboogie View Post
    I think it's the elbows....
    The elbow can be a real key if you work a whole system off it.
    Its a point of balance as well as the perfect stopping point to be able to be still in reach; as in glove to elbow then strike home same hand.(Not poweful but good for clean points). Also on some hits (curved ones)the elbow point is half the speed of the glove becuase it is travelling half the distance.Also the other fighters are generally trained to look into the other fighters eyes for clues (mirror of the soul and all that) So if thats true and you arent looking back into his eyes but is looking elbows area then the strict eye man is fukked. In MMa I like the elbows better too because you have their feet in vison as well. But each to their own.
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    Speaking of great moves, check out 4:16 in this clip posted on the main board. Shanes block of long distance Margarito uppercut with the right glove, then throws a right cross straight after. Just looking at this fight again in slow motion made me remember how slow Margarito looked that day. He was like my Toyota Echo accidentally driving into the middle of a formula 1 race

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    Default Re: Dam this a great move.

    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Speaking of great moves, check out 4:16 in this clip posted on the main board. Shanes block of long distance Margarito uppercut with the right glove, then throws a right cross straight after. Just looking at this fight again in slow motion made me remember how slow Margarito looked that day. He was like my Toyota Echo accidentally driving into the middle of a formula 1 race

    http://www.saddoboxing.com/boxingfor...-09-video.html

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yz_Mv...layer_embedded

    Such a cool vid.

    How is Shanes eat my glove lace and elbow after that left hook too, he was really punishing MArgacheato.
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