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southpaw

Informal
a boxer who leads with his right hand and off his right foot as opposed to the orthodox style of leading with the left
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There was also no detail or list of the southpaws Horn had supposedly feasted on.
It's held me back a lot because I've only really lost to southpaws the last few years, apart from the French fighter who's a brave fighter.
I didn't spar with any southpaws, because the reason we don't really care what the opponent is doing is because they always pull out, every damn time.
To bolster his belief that he has all the lefties all figured out, he has brought along two other southpaws to help him get used to Pacquiao's off-beat style.
Southpaw Luke Campbell, from Hull, has been sparring with the WBO lightweight champion.
Andy Murray last night thanked brother Jamie for giving him a helping hand with the lefties after crushing southpaw Feliciano Lopez at the Australian Open.
On paper, Flannigan looks like a nightmare to box," said James, "because he's a big, tall southpaw "But I watched him on DVD and he looks beatable.
I'm so comfortable with southpaws, but he is small.
Things are better for southpaws now; we live in a kinder, gentler world.
But Calzaghe said: "I know he's beaten quite a few southpaws, but I'm a totally different southpaw to anyone he's fought before.
Since then, rookie Howie Kendrick, who's primarily a second baseman, has been getting the bulk of the work at first base against right-handers, and Robb Quinlan usually gets the nod against southpaws.
I started out sparring Winky Wright at the beginning of my career so I learned how to fight southpaws before I learned how to fight right-handers.