Originally Posted by Spooferanies
Thanks for the advice! Can you explain what you mean by "keep head of the attack line?" I know as a southpaw I want to keep my lead foot outside of his to fire straights, but beyond that I don't understand the principle.
Slip! Duck! Weave! etc
The attack line is an imaginary line the opponents punch travels from its starting position to where your head was last. (hopefully youve moved it in time)
Get it out of the way in a fast and safe manor!
Yes especially as a southpaw stay away from his right side that straight right is now his money punch as is your rear straight left.