Move backward and flash to hit the opponent in the head with a straight left punch or a flat hook punch on the right (Figure 75)
When my opponent punches my upper body with a right swing, I use a sharp step backwards to get rid of it, but not too far. The center of gravity of the body falls on the hind foot, and at the moment of the opponent’s empty hit, quickly approach the opponent with a sprint step, while returning fire with a right flat hook (or left straight punch).
Note: (1) Do not raise your head when stepping back sharply, still tighten your chin, and at the same time raise your hands to maintain a combat-ready posture.
(2) Repeatedly experience the essentials of the movement, so that the boxing technique and footwork are coordinated freely to facilitate actual combat.
Right-handed blockade with left-hooked boxing return fire (Fig. 76)
The opponent punches my chin with a left upper hook, I raise my right elbow, put my hand across the lower part of my chin, and block downward, at this time the center of gravity of the body is on the left foot, the body turns slightly to the left, and the left extended arm falls to hit his upper body with the left upper hook fist.
Note: (1) After blocking the defense with the right hand, the elbow should fall in time to protect the ribs, and at the same time protect the chin with a fist cover.
Step back to get rid of hitting the abdomen with a right straight punch or a right upper hook punch (Figure 77)
When my opponent punches me in the head with a left upper hook, I dodge the incoming hook punch with a sharp step backwards, and then use the sprint step to quickly return the head with a straight or swing punch in either hand, or a right upper hook punch to hit him in the abdomen.
Note: (1) The distance of the back flash should be appropriate, if it is too far, it is not conducive to returning fire.(2) When returning fire with the right upper hook fist, raise the left hand to protect the head, and pay attention to tighten the chin.