Conventionally, lots of lead hand strikes shift the weight to the rear leg, and lots of rear hand strikes shift the weight to the front foot. Now that I'm more in touch with the sensation of weight shifting, I'm curious how y'all feel about the lead uppercut - cross combo, specifically for when fighting in open stance (one guy is southpaw). To get my head offline and to the outside while I'm throwing the lead uppercut, I end up putting my weight on my front leg. Then, I throw the cross as my weight shifts back into position - stronger uppercut, weaker cross. It seems to work well though because despite shifting away on the cross as if it were a jab, people like to rush in when they see the lead uppercut and it is easy to get them to throw themselves on it. Am I on point or am I missing something?