Beating a jabber.

Chacal

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Either get inside the range of the jab so he goes onto the backfoot where you can pin him against the ropes and pressure him

or continually step out of range and reset him, make him overextend on the jab then step in with counters
 
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Good dream fight but kelly cant drop nemore weight he struggles to make 160 already. Cotto still got business in welter before he ready to move up. but if it happen it would be interesting cuz cotto would dance around pavlick w no problem hitting him at will but the question is when cotto gets hit can he take the punishment or will he lean to one knee and give up like he did with the power of margo? hand plastered or no plaster pavlick hits harder then margo. So it would be very good fight!
 
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Jun 7, 2013
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Overhand. Catch and shoot with your own jab. With your hands in an outward position, you can literally reach out and touch their jab to bait the right hand
 

Chacal

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Good dream fight but kelly cant drop nemore weight he struggles to make 160 already. Cotto still got business in welter before he ready to move up. but if it happen it would be interesting cuz cotto would dance around pavlick w no problem hitting him at will but the question is when cotto gets hit can he take the punishment or will he lean to one knee and give up like he did with the power of margo? hand plastered or no plaster pavlick hits harder then margo. So it would be very good fight!
i agree
 
May 25, 2013
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There are different things you can do depending upon you and your opponents attributes.

A common tactic is to try and come over the top of it with a counter right to make them throw the jab less. A pull counter would work really well.

You can try catching the jab with your right glove if you're orthodox, or if you can switch hit, turn southpaw and keep you lead right hand high so it blocks the path of his jab.

If your opponent doesn't move that well, then you can leap in like Wlad did against Pulev. Pulev was out jabbing him, so instead of jabbing with him Wlad danced on the outside so Pulev's jab fell short and then jumped in with the left hook.
 
Jun 4, 2013
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There are different things you can do depending upon you and your opponents attributes.

A common tactic is to try and come over the top of it with a counter right to make them throw the jab less. A pull counter would work really well.

You can try catching the jab with your right glove if you're orthodox, or if you can switch hit, turn southpaw and keep you lead right hand high so it blocks the path of his jab.

If your opponent doesn't move that well, then you can leap in like Wlad did against Pulev. Pulev was out jabbing him, so instead of jabbing with him Wlad danced on the outside so Pulev's jab fell short and then jumped in with the left hook.

leaves you open for a counter left no?
 
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Straight right hand to the heart, under his jab. It's a natural counter; timed right, you can't be countered and it is a great way to get inside. Slide in with the right hand, come back with the left hook.