uppercut


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uppercut

Boxing a short swinging upward blow with the fist delivered at an opponent's chin
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not "manag"He struck the victim in the upper thigh in what was described as an uppercut fashion, before dropping the knife.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately cover and store the Uppercut knife in a safe area out of the reach of children.
Before the bell a right hand and left uppercut stunned Murray but Mitchell seemed slow to capitalise before the session ended.
Before the bell a right hand and left uppercut stunned Murray, but Mitchell seemed slow to capitalise.
He also produced a venomous jab which snapped Abraham's head back and an uppercut around the guard as Froch won yet another round.
He said: "As he got within a couple of feet, a man punched him with a right uppercut which caught Gibbo on the left side of his face, which lifted him off the floor, and his head hit the tiled floor.
Pacquiao came back throwing several shots, but it was Clottey who landed the heaviest with another uppercut.
I was looking for a strategy to beat that defense, like body shots, uppercuts.
In the seventh, Pacquiao landed a thudding hook and then an uppercut to leave Cotto reeling and he kept the Puerto Rican on the back foot in the eighth, twice pinning him to the ropes with a flurry of jabs.
Steven Gerrard joined in the attack with a succession of well-aimed uppercut punches delivered with the style and speed of a professional boxer.
The former Pride FC heavyweight champion came out a blaze and rocked Sylvia with a vicious combination of heavy rights and uppercuts that floored the former two-time UFC champion in front of 13,988 -- a sellout crowd.
Rodriguez's manager, said it was an uppercut that convinced the referee to end it.