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  1. randy watkins

    randy watkins Banned Banned

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    Here are some of my favourite combos starting from the orthodox position.
    1. Left jab,Right cross,Left hook,Right uppercut.
    2 Double jab,Rigth cross,Right knee.
    3 Left jab,Right cross, Left hook,Right hook,Left uppercut,Right uppercut,hook hook, Back fist back fist
     
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    mmahamzah Sheeeeit

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    left straight right hook right straight left uppercut
     
  3. Spoonman7

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    there are really too many to name, Jab, left hook, right kick, right hand, right kick, right hand, swithch kick.
     
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    cross, lead hook, rear kick

    the bread and butter of my arsenal.

    if you want to get fancy: (orthodox) i start with throwing some hard but very telegraphed lead switch kicks(untill my opponent is blocking them) then i switch my feet as if i was going to kick again but i throw a hard left punch instead(it was my jab, but because i switched my feet its a cross). then i step hard to the left and fire my right cross and follow with a right kick.

    it sounds complicated but i pull it of almost every time i throw it.
     
  5. Matt

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    My favorite combo is "search" + "favorite combo".

    Sorry...but it's just been done too many times.
     
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