Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Bumnard_Hopkins, Sep 13, 2021.
Jarrell Miller used it a bit. It works well if you have big arms.
As a lad who used it in my days, it’s quite a good style to use out of no where to confuse your opponent, it takes a while to adjust to, and opens opportunities to land a bomb overhand. An important feature is learning to raise that right elbow (left if your southpaw) when a hook is coming.
I based it off my favorite boxer then (and still is) Ken Norton.