wayneo

how does a boxer fight a smaller opponent ?

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Oct 06, 2015
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by: Anonymous

What you should be is quicker. I've been an overwhelming boxer for a long time and despite the fact that a few gentlemen are a tad littler, yet at the same time not little; the few who have beaten me have been quicker. pay to do my essay. At the point when your are quicker, your bigger adversary squanders a considerable measure of stamina swinging at somebody who is damn close difficult to hit. Also, any greater boxers who read this, take my recommendation when competing somebody littler, let them wear themselves out by moving around you, then hit. Try not to wear yourself out by experimentation.

Feb 12, 2010
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by: Anonymous

Hello Wayneo,


If your are referring to the height of the fighter. You will want to keep the fighter at bay using your reach advantage staying outside and not coming in on the smaller fighter. The jab is usually a very good technique to use.
If you are referring to a smaller built quicker fighter and your are a larger stronger even slower fighter. This becomes more difficult you will want to bait your opponent setting up for your power hand. Working the jab to set up for the power shots avoiding being hit and focusing on counter punching.
I have seen some fighter in the amateurs even stiff arm keeping the smaller fighter outside.

I hope this helps.

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