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How do you fight a bigger stronger opponent is maybe the number one question I keep getting on this channel. This video is part 2 on this subject and in this video I cover how to land the uppercut on a taller opponent. Most people believe that Uppercuts are hard to land on on Taller opponents, this is true to some degree but with a few adjustments I demonstrate in this video that the Uppercut can vs very useful vs the big and tall. To see part 1 Please click on this linkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcXdg2kBZAs
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