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Old 02-11-2013, 10:47 AM   #31
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Old 02-11-2013, 01:41 PM   #32
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if you land the hook...most times you can safelty get space....because the way you turn with the hook...step back with your right foot and pivot out a bit after a left hook and your be fine.
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Old 02-11-2013, 02:15 PM   #33
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Well hey maybe you should tell Lou Duva, we all know he needs some help coaching...

If somebody finished with a left hook you would want to turn to your left taking the sting away from the punch and probably counter with a left of your own but by then the person is in their pocket and can easily move back or do whatever they want to dodge your punch or get out clean, if you throw a jab i would think to throw a right over the top, the difference is if you imagine a guy finishing a combination on you by throwing a left hook and him going back into his position and you wanting to throw a left hook or uppercut he can move back and counter again because he will most likely be in better position and balance. But if you imagine him ending with a jab he will be more straight up and in less of a position to defend than if he had thrown a hook and you can counter with a jab and work from there.

Anyway whichever you prefer dosen't make any difference to me so yeah

Personally i do like the jab but i still think the left hook is better.
I have spent time with better trainers than Lou Duva and you are not right.
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Old 02-11-2013, 02:58 PM   #34
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if you land the hook...most times you can safelty get space....because the way you turn with the hook...step back with your right foot and pivot out a bit after a left hook and your be fine.
There is either a language barrier or a ring craft barrier but you appear to bespeaking nonsense
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Old 02-11-2013, 03:10 PM   #35
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Mayweather Sr when working the pads has his fighters finish all combos with the jab, maybe two
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:38 PM   #36
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a jab is a good finishing punch if your game is to get in do work and get the **** out.....that would work for most mayweather fighters....wouldnt be what a swarmer slugger or just general blood man would want to do.
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:55 PM   #37
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well the left hook is the natural 3rd punch to the 1, 2 due to that being how counting is done....lol

also....you throw the jab...left shoulder goes out..right hand gets "loaded up" in a safe way...throw the right..left hand comes back as the body position turns...now you are in perfect position to throw the left hook.... however....if you are planning on coming out of the pocket. LIke say you just hit a guy 4 times...jab cross hook right...but he is strong as a ox and you dont want to get into a brawl..you can step out of the pocket with a jab.
Great way of explaining something I do repeatedly. If I'm staying put, I throw the hook. If I'm stepping out I throw the jab.
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Old 02-11-2013, 11:52 PM   #38
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I have spent time with better trainers than Lou Duva and you are not right.
Good for you
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Old 02-12-2013, 08:46 AM   #39
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If I end with a right cross, I like to roll under and pivot out
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Get the **** out of here, my hook is just fine.
if u find yourself always going off balance with it..than it isnt fine.
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Old 02-12-2013, 04:59 PM   #42
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A left hook gets you back in position, it puts your body back into it's boxing stance and puts you in balance. Gets you back in your ''pocket'' and you can work better from there.
if your a clever boxer you would finish with the jab ,to keeping your self at range by doing this your working out what sort of boxer your up against

finishing with the left hook would be the knock out shot, with your weight being over the front foot if you committed to the right hand ,,but then your on the inside of range you may get knocked out

SO,, for me ,its the jab i like to pick my Punch's & Waite for the opening

if you want to go to war on the inside then finish with the left hook be prepared to get hit if you don't contact your hook

which reminds me of a boxing clip on youtube both boxers hit with a left hook & knock each other out ,,,quality
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Old 02-12-2013, 05:21 PM   #43
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Because a top trainer says something doesn't mean it's right, for everybody. **** that. It throws me off balance.

your back foot could be to much in line with your front foot ,,try widening your stance to the side & back alittle ( with the back foot),,,try to work on it ,or you mightn't become conch's of throwing a hook ,

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Do you understand what the **** I'm talking about? Do you? When I finish with a left hook after a combination I tend to throw myself off balance, not when I throw a lead hook on its own.

Y'see, some people here are trying to convince because a top trainer says something, it's right. I question that line of thinking because it doesn't work for me. My hook is grand.
sounds like you fall over the place
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