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Old 11-16-2012, 02:55 PM   #10
greynotsoold
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Default Re: Best infighting southpaws in boxing history? (besides pacman)

Andy Ganigan. I think you'll find that most southpaws are more effective either from a distance (where they can create angles and shoot that left hand) or on the way in. Most good southpaws are counterpunchers. I belive it was jake Lamotta that said he liked to fight lefties up close because that took away their angles.
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