Originally Posted by Speechless
True, but then I block his straight left with my forearm, like they do in kung-fu movies, then twist his arm back and push it into his nose making him punch himself in the face. Then land 6 consecutive strikes to his abdomen and when he crouches down I karate chop his neck.
In all seriousness, yes all punches have the potential for predictability, but my right overhand is usually set up with a jab, or double-jab, accompanied by a slip to the left and a left hook to the body.
So of course, it can be countered just like anything else - that's why it's important to a) set it up and b) not over use it.
Don't bother explaining it to Johnstown, he's a fat guy who likes to pretend to be a boxer. And he seems to think every punch has to be thrown on it's own, no way can you feint, time and trick your opponent into expecting something else before throwing the overhand