SAAMAG suggested a thread get made about this, and I'm interested to hear his thoughts, as well as those of any others around here. Not too long ago Sully had a thread about working the short chopping right, but perhaps we could get a little more in depth in regards to the long overhand right. What's the proper way to throw it? I'm sure a good many people will say that a long overhand isn't actually proper punch, and I'm interested in hearing about that, too. Where does the power come from? (It's tough to link your hips into the punch when you lift the elbow, it seems) And when is the proper time to throw this punch? In before someone makes a joking comment about using it as a lead from kicking range a la Chuck Liddell. :wink: Let's hear it.