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Old 07-24-2011, 11:46 AM   #1
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When i was sparring yesterday i kept trapping someone up gaints the ropes but they were leaning down really low and throwing big over hand rights before moving is it better to come in sqaure on againts the ropes like michael spinks becuase i was finding it hard to trap them to land the right hand.
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Old 07-25-2011, 03:32 AM   #2
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Try an uppercut.
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Old 07-25-2011, 12:17 PM   #3
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Old 07-26-2011, 11:28 AM   #4
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Try a bodyshot or an uppercut. If he tries to get out, use the forearm check!
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Old 07-26-2011, 12:54 PM   #5
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Old 07-26-2011, 01:06 PM   #6
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When i was sparring yesterday i kept trapping someone up gaints the ropes but they were leaning down really low and throwing big over hand rights before moving is it better to come in sqaure on againts the ropes like michael spinks becuase i was finding it hard to trap them to land the right hand.
Many things you can do. His bending down is him ****ing of the rear arm.

You can do a lead push jab/hook to throw his shoulders back square then fire your own overhand/cross rear hand followed by a lead upper/hook.

You can make contact with his lead shoulder, tuck your head between his lead shoulder and head, then wail away with your lead arm. This makes it hard for him to line up the rear hand.

You can keep sticking him with the jab anticipating the overhand, take a quick drop back, and catch him with a counter hook.

You can cheat a little right get your hand low, raise your elbow while tucking your chin to protect the path of his right to your head and then bomb him with body shots with your right. Make sure to keep constant contact with and pressure on him with your lead arm so that you can feel him begin to throw the overhand. It should give you enough time to slip under and the pressure/elbow should gum up his entire punch delivery.

You can do a quick shuffle toward his rear foot to square yourself with him and rip into him with a rear uppercut. This should stand him up then you can shuffle back to traditional and fire off a lead hook.

Depends a lot on you and the strength/speed/timing of the other guy. If you are an aware "tricky" guy? The things I said might help. If you are a more "brawl for it all"? You will always be a victim tricks like his. Only defense is to keep your hands glued to your head and keep moving it.
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Watch fighters like Margo vs cotto how he gets cotto on the ropes keeps his distance while firing long constant punches. Thats one way. another is use feints to make him make a move then when u know where he's goin, place ur shot. another is floyds way. When he used to get people on the rope that tried stayin low, he would control them by literally pushing their head with both hands. he'd push their head slightly to the side and fire shots at a wide open off balance target. another way, get low too. If he keeps throwin over hand rights then u should anticipate them, get low, watch the shot miss big n counter
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Old 07-27-2011, 09:39 PM   #8
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Watch fighters like Margo vs cotto how he gets cotto on the ropes keeps his distance while firing long constant punches. Thats one way. another is use feints to make him make a move then when u know where he's goin, place ur shot. another is floyds way. When he used to get people on the rope that tried stayin low, he would control them by literally pushing their head with both hands. he'd push their head slightly to the side and fire shots at a wide open off balance target. another way, get low too. If he keeps throwin over hand rights then u should anticipate them, get low, watch the shot miss big n counter
Really? Margo ate a million shots that fight. Good fight, but horrible training tool. What is the lesson there? Use your face as a blocking device and hope the other guy gasses or doesn't have the power to stop you?
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Trapped ??? Don't lean back on the ropes. Lean on your opponent. No more than 5 sec., then spin him so he snow onthe ropes. It's easy. One hand behind his head, the other on his elbow.
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Really? Margo ate a million shots that fight. Good fight, but horrible training tool. What is the lesson there? Use your face as a blocking device and hope the other guy gasses or doesn't have the power to stop you?
That had nothing to do with throwing his punches long, that had to do with him not moving his damn head and never ever once backing up.
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Old 07-30-2011, 03:43 PM   #11
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Thank you all so much for your help
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Old 07-30-2011, 03:44 PM   #12
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Blad slick head nice one pal thats really helpful mate i should of know this LOL
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Old 07-30-2011, 03:45 PM   #13
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Ive been told im a box fighter not a brawler
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