Flash to the left to return the head with a left upper hook punch or a left flat hook punch (Figure 60)
When the opponent attacked my head with a right straight punch, the left foot quickly slid a small step forward diagonally to the left. At the same time flash to the left and shift the center of gravity of the body to the left foot. The upper body leaned forward slightly, bending my legs slightly so that the opponent’s punch slipped over my right shoulder, and then immediately hit the opponent in the abdomen with the upper left hook punch.
Note: If the left hand returns successfully, then use the right hand to punch the combo at will.
Flash back to punch back with a right straight punch or a right swing punch to hit the head (Figure 61)
When an opponent punches me in the head with a right straight punch, I put my upper body back and my weight on my back foot, then immediately move my weight forward to my front foot and hit him in the head with a right straight punch or a right swing punch.
Note: (1) Do not look up when flashing back.
(2) If the opponent’s impulse is large, it can be combined with the back sliding step for a back flash.
Left hand elbow bend block, return head with right flat hook punch or right swing punch (Figure 62)
When the opponent punches my upper body with a right straight punch, suddenly bend the left arm against the abdomen while turning slightly to the right, shift the center of gravity to the right foot, and then hit the opponent in the head with a right flat hook punch or a right swing punch.
Note: If the right hand fist is successfully returned, it should be followed by other punches.