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Old 04-26-2013, 12:30 PM   #1
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Default Rangy southpaws.

What makes southpaws with good range dangerous? Is it because they can still hit orthodox fighters when their front foot is on the outside, which usually keeps them out of the southpaw's range? How do you fight rangy southpaws?
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Default Re: Rangy southpaws.

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What makes southpaws with good range dangerous? Is it because they can still hit orthodox fighters when their front foot is on the outside, which usually keeps them out of the southpaw's range? How do you fight rangy southpaws?
They are the same as any rangy fighter. More head movement, treat your lead right as a jab and vary it up, always aim to bring them onto your left hook when you're in range.
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