Stick and move if your shorter?

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  1. Wagoat

    Wagoat Member Full Member

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    i respect everybody’s opinion
    So if you feel that way ok but
    I dont know the men personality so can not judge Him on that
    But for everybody is diffrent
     
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    Ph33rknot El gran campeón Mexicano Full Member

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    I've said it many times no actual reason not to like him just don't like his face lol
     
  3. roughdiamond

    roughdiamond Bebop Boxer Full Member

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    You're in luck. Here is a post from a while ago of me doing exactly that!

     
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  4. WAR01

    WAR01 Tim Tszyu vs Jeff Horn! Full Member

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    A pathetic five seven "welter" seventy kilograms at the moment but with plenty of sparring with big men starting the AM game soon and I've been sparring a cruiserweight for eight months now with a walkabout weight of about ninety five kilograms at six three.

    All the obvious things have been mentioned above just remember weight and height are just obstacles to be overcame keep tall men moving all that mass gives like every one else beat the body like a drum and cut off the ring if your strong impose your presence in the clich and wrestle them to corners but just keep your violence outside the clinch scientific good luck.
     
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  5. Wagoat

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    Great post but it’s more about how to defeat canto and his style which is Some great knowledge to have but i wanted to know more about how canto fight’s things he does on the outside against taller oponnents etc.
    But still good to know how he got defeated and the weakness of his style
     
  6. Wagoat

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    Most of the time i fight them on the inside and it works but i like fighting on the outside because most of time i face same height or shorter bit since i spar those huge Guys i fight more inside but i’m actually better on te outside because more experience there so wanted to know how can i still fight on the outside against taller oponnent the tips i got on this Thead helps
    moving laterly just outside their range and then while they need to adjust the postion step in my range and jab and then move away is great to outjab fight on outside against taller oponnent
    Somethimes i stay in that postion and keep jabbing and set up right and and other power punches
    And when he tries to adjust himself i keep stepping to the right and keep jab on him this way i jab him from outside without getting jabbed back
    After a while he started backing up moment he did that i cut of ring and starting throwing combo’s the other one tried to clinch in the beginning it worker for him and after clinch he tweet but i adjusted and timed his clinch by ****ing my arms so he cant grab take half step back fire uppercut or straight right and discoursage him from clinching
    Im still new using this tactics does not work al the time but im still learning
     
  7. Wagoat

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    Meant tucking my arms in
     
  8. roughdiamond

    roughdiamond Bebop Boxer Full Member

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    Hey. I'm not gonna write a big post, but I seriously reccomend you watch Canto's performance against Antonio Avelar. Here he shows basically everything you want to see and know, in the right situations against a larger, longer, stronger opponent.

    Analysing it yourself is a very good way to improve your ring IQ and creativity.

     
  9. Wagoat

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    thanks i Will watch it
     


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