southpaw


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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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"He is also a southpaw, which will bring its own obstacles but I will be fully focused because the rematch needs to happen."
"He is also a southpaw, which will bring its own obstacles, but I will be fully focused to get this job done because the rematch needs to happen."
It sold products exclusively for left-handers, but later faced competition from Left-Mart and Southpaw Superstore.
Manny's an unconventional southpaw. He hits from all angles, he's fast, faster than anyone Thurman has faced.
Lee reckons his fellow Limerick southpaw is the most exciting talent he has seen in years but that Molloy is world class.
Dubai [UAE], Jan 17 ( ANI ): Southpaw Australian batsman David Warner batted in right-hand stance to smash West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle for 14 runs off 3 balls in a Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) match against Rangpur Riders on Wednesday.
Matthysse knows his hands will be full since he is up against a special breed of southpaw in Pacquiao, who is eager to bounce back from his controversial loss to Australian bruiser Jeff Horn more than a year ago in Brisbane.
And like Jamie, she is an awkward southpaw who likes to counter-attack.
Crawford used the southpaw stance for essentially the entire fight.
There was also no detail or list of the southpaws Horn had supposedly feasted on.
The 23 year old said it was a mistake to jump up from lightweight, while manager Dave Coldwell says that with a tweak of his tactics, Cooke can turn the tables on the southpaw from Leek.