Left hand elbow bend block return head with right straight punch (Fig. 54)
When my opponent punches my upper body with a straight left side, I bend my left elbow close to my abdomen and turn my upper body slightly to the right to block the opponent’s punch, while the center of gravity of my body is on the back foot. The center of gravity of the body immediately shifts to the front foot, while hitting the opponent in the head with a straight right fist.
Slap the right hand to the left to return the head with a straight left punch (Figure 55)
When my opponent punches my upper body with a straight left, I use my right hand to slap the opponent’s punch to his lower left while moving the center of gravity of my body to my right foot and turning my body slightly to the left. Then immediately shift the center of gravity of the body to the left foot while hitting it in the head with a straight left punch.
Step back to get rid of the right hand and fight back with any punch (Figure 56)
When the opponent punches my upper body with a left straight box. I quickly slid backwards to get rid of it (or not backwards), while holding my chest and abdomen, and then immediately sprinted forward and hit him in the head with a right flat hook.
Note: The defensive side’s sharp regression followed by sprint steps and punches should be carried out in a coherent and coordinated manner.