Does anyone do this other than myself? What it means is I actually throw my combinations in reverse according to punches. I've found it does a lot for being able to fight on my back foot, going backwards. It also does a lot for trickyness, as everyone expects a certain standard format of combinations. Instead of giving them what they expect sometimes I'll reverse it depending on the situation and where I am in the ring. For instance let's say your average 1-2-3. Jab-cross-hook. I'll do that for a bit then reverse it. Hook-cross-jab. And what I envision is my opponent pressuring me and having to fend-off an onslaught or a clinch. It works surprisingly well in terms of being able to put together punches and do so fast, regardless of what happens to you. And some combinations actually work better in reverse from the standard way you'd throw them. If anyone else does it I'd like to know about it, and if not give it a shot and let me know what you think. Oh and this does also work for combinations for punching and kicking, and it helps the aspect of being able to tie in kicks with your punches. When I did other Arts I also incorporated reversing combinations.