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Boxing Tactics, With Yuri Foreman

Orthodox fighter expounds on the counter-punch

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Wanna brush up on some basic boxing strategy? Yuri Foreman—the middleweight champion of the world who in his spare time is studying to be an Orthodox rabbi; and who in the meantime is preparing for a June 5 bout against Puerto Rican superstar Miguel Cotto—teaches you that the secret, particularly if you’re fighting a bigger opponent, is the counter-punch. When your opponent’s going for you, that’s when your opponent is most vulnerable.

Oh, you may recognize his sparring partner.

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Boxing Tactics, With Yuri Foreman

Orthodox fighter expounds on the counter-punch

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