Southpaw heavyweight with an average reach here (6'0" with a 72" reach), and love to actually get on the inside when up against orthodox guys. I personally just like the angles better. But looking for ways to do this more effectively when a bit further out of range. Taking a big step forward with my left as I throw an overhand left gets me to a nice range, but then my weight in on my right foot, so it's more difficult to then slip left and jump/pivot out from there to achieve the reverse t-position. Just seeing what else I could possibly do to achieve this? I don't mind squaring up, and I don't mind switching stances -- provided I'm in range -- but I'd love to be able to better get to this position before having to square-up.