There's a front page thread here about hand size and whether it equals punching power so I'm going to make a new thread to add this twist. Now before I get a ton of Sherdog logic I want to point out that I'm not a scientist nor have I ever done any primary research on this subject, but if you search wrist size to punching power on the net you might be surprised by what you read. Here is an article from BE about this subject: http://www.badlefthook.com/2011/3/1...manny-pacquiaos-body-has-tricked-analysts-and I'll give some cliff notes and tidbits for those who are too busy to read (and this being Sherdog for those who haven't yet mastered the art): Basically this scientist says that in boxing you will find all manner of physical statistics regarding the fighters, however you have to search hard to find wrist size. Once you can find wrist size data you can see a direct correlation between a fighters height and their wrist size for example the average of 75.31 inches (HW) = the average wrist size of 7.69 inches. However for noted heavy/big hitters you can notice a disproportionately high wrist size for their height for example Pacman has a higher wrist size than a HW (8 inches) as well as Joe Louis, who had 8inch wrists (should be 7.45in) and Mike Tyson, 8inch wrists (should be 7.23in). Wrist size is also indicitive of skeletal structure, which would suggest the ability to take a punch or have an iron chin. Anyway it's all their in the article.... so what say you Sherdog? Would you like a wrist size on the tale of the tape?