Hello, I would like to expose my series "The Science of Mike Tyson and Elements of Peek-A-Boo" to your constructive criticism. I know some people complain about grammar and typos, but our blog is more about pictures and the message. Most of the technical stuff is based on Jack Dempsey's book, interviews of Tyson's team (Mike, Kevin, Teddy, Cus) and some other creditable sources on boxing techniques in general. Our goal is not to produce a guide like @ expertboxing (10 steps to this shit, 20 types of this crap), but represent available material (videos, books, etc ) in a more convenient way for analysis and practice. We always encourage the readers to read between the lines and go on their own beyond our basic sketchy descriptions. We plan 10-15 article in total, covering all major aspects of this style! Part I (Intro) - What is the peek-a-boo actually? Part II: The stance, basic defensive moves and the jab: Part III: Basic patterns of the long range defense: New Part IV is out on How to defend against an uppercut in the peek-a-boo as an introduction to the attacking arsenal of Mike Tyson. Part V: Mike Tyson’s punching principles applied to hooks and uppercuts: Part VIII Introduction to the centerline theory with examples from Mike Tyson’s fights Looking forward to your feedback!