STAY YOUR GROUND, AND NOT MOVE AWAY
When a Boxer jabs at you, you deflect his jabs away. When he strikes with crosses, you brush them away. Notice that in both cases, you work from outside in, following the momentum of his attacks. It is important not to retreat your feet, but use your body movement to avoid his attacks if they are close. Executed skillfully, you can control a Boxer effectively with just your left hand in deflecting and brushing away his attacks.
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Stay your Ground, and Not Move Away
|No Need to Retreat||Wrong Movement||No Need to Retreat|
|Not Pushing Away||Beware of Elbow|
|Controlling Opponent||Body Movement|
|Solo Movement||Controlling Opponent||Deflect and Cover|