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Old 09-23-2009, 10:15 PM   #13
Jeff Young
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Default Re: Intelligent Pressure Is One Of The Biggest Fluke Concepts In Boxing...

Originally Posted by Sweet Pea View Post
I didn't think it was possible for someone to be so ignorant. If you don't understand the difference, just ask. Don't say that there is none. Someone could just as easily say there's no difference between intelligent boxing and just boxing period. Obviously it all depends on the outcome, as the outcome is dependant on whether or not you've used an intelligent system for whatever your method of attack.

Intelligent pressure=cutting off the ring (another trick you're probably unaware of) , economizing your attack between head and body, defending adequately with either head movement or blocking/parrying, maintaining and/or being able to close distance quickly, etc.

Unintelligent pressure= following your opponent rather than cutting off the ring, leaving yourself exposed while on the attack, head-hunting, etc.

Intelligent pressure= Julio Cesar Chavez

Unintelligent pressure= Ricky Hatton
i agree except for the example of unintelligent pressure fighter....hatton was a master of cutting off the ring, the man had superb footwork, hell, was even able to close the gap against mayweather.....

UNintelligent pressure fighting: See Juan Diaz......the guy has no footwork at all, has no concept of what cutting off the ring is, and is flat-footed to boot...
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