Originally Posted by Bogotazo
Care to elaborate? Not disagreeing, just curious as I haven't picked much up on that myself.
Froch doesn't fight in straight lines as percived.
Watch his upperbody movement. Laterally he creates angles. The Pascal fight is a prime example of this. Pascal would set his feet as would Froch, the difference being that Pascal would keep his upper half stationairy, where as the Englishman moved his upperbody to open up different paths.
It's subtle, and doesn't appear to have a purpose but I'm certain he does this by design. There's more to Froch than meets the eye.