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    Default What are your fav boxing combos?

    I'll start with mine:

    1) Jab (cross), pullback, cross, lead hook

    2) Slip to the lead side, lead body hook, lead hook, rear uppercut

    3) Jab, body cross, lead hook

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    Default Re: What are your fav boxing combos?

    1. Double Jab, right hand and left hook - Terry Norris/Evander Holyfield/Hit Man Hearns

    2. Jab, right hand, left hook to the body and left hook to the head - JCC

    3. Jab, left hook to the head, right hook to the body twice, left hook to the head, right hook to the head twice - Mike Tyson
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    Default Re: What are your fav boxing combos?

    Any/Every combo ever thrown by a prime Ray Leonard, Roy Jones, Meldrick Taylor, Manny Pacqiuao!


    I do dig that Mike Tyson hook/uppercut body 2 head!
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    Default Re: What are your fav boxing combos?

    the best combination in boxing is the jab and the right hand. the best looking combination in boxing is the right uppercut left hook.


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    Default Re: What are your fav boxing combos?

    Looks like that particular hook in the vid didn't need to contact, if it did. Jab Jab adjust and right cross is a nice trap to an awkward lefty. I like watching in fighting for reactional combos. You see a few in the lighter weights that are body or arm reactions going up or down to cover from being hit and the attacker knowing instinctively that theres an opening and fires into the openings continuously. Mab and Morrales had some of those moments nose to nose. MAB would even use an extended arm on a turn to get in the way as they shifted bodily to spot what opening it created. A lot of that off the cuff stuff comes from not fearing being hurt but you could copy it knowing the reaction you'll get as a set up.
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    Post Re: What are your fav boxing combos?

    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    Jab Jab adjust and right cross
    edwin l haislet said that the reason a kid goes into a boxing gym and is put into the orthodox stance is all so that he can turn his hips and throw a right hand. he is right. i think in that view everything ultimately revolves around the throwing of the right hand. you stand orthodox so you can turn your hips counter clockwise to throw a right hand, you throw your jab to set up a right hand, and you throw your left hook - what emmanuel steward called a clean up hook - so you can turn your hips clockwise to return you back to your stance to throw a right hand. everything all flows around the throwing of the right hand and the left hook is something of a bastard; a punch that exists by accident as a byproduct of the right hand. i think you can go very far in boxing with a jab, a right hand, and a clean up hook, and that the farther you go away from that, the farther you get away from what boxing actually is. you get gimmicky.


    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    You see a few in the lighter weights that are body or arm reactions going up or down to cover from being hit
    i have seen this work for fighters a lot. but i have always felt it was a mistake. you put a hunch in your back when you block. that lets you bring your head down to your hands so you dont have to bring your hands up to your head. that way you can block a punch to the body or the head at the same time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    Looks like that particular hook in the vid didn't need to contact, if it did.
    heres a good one andre

    Last edited by Yuzo; 01-05-2022 at 01:42 AM.

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