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southpaw

n. a left-handed person. My sister is a southpaw, but I’m not.
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I've been trying to get southpaw sparring with Billy Joe Saunders and James deGale for a while now but they're not in the camp the same time I am.
And now I have brought in tall, lanky southpaws with a solid lead hand, guys with solid jiu-jitsu credentials.
Los Angeles -- Floyd Mayweather is not worried about facing a different kind of southpaw in Manny Pacquiao.
Burns said: "He tends to switch lefty for long periods so it was essential to get quality southpaw sparring.
Gavin is an unbeaten welterweight and his slick southpaw skills took him to the world amateur title in 2007.
I sparred with Danny Phillips before he won the ABAs and I read southpaws too easy - I think that is going to be his downfall.
Which, come to think of it, many left-handers are ambidextrous simply because the approximately 13 percent of the world's population that are southpaws have been forced to adapt to a world made for righties.
He's beaten eight or nine southpaws, but I've beaten 37 right-handers.
Jeff Lacy believes his boxing apprenticeship under pound-for-pound king Ronald "Winky" Wright will help him destroy the southpaw threat of Joe Calzaghe.
Journalist Wolman, himself a left-hander, explores the myths and stories surrounding southpaws (a term originally used to describe left-handed baseball pitchers), including their alleged alliance with Satan.
Adams said: "I had him going a few times and I will definitely beat him next time"I just need more experience of boxing southpaws because they are a nightmare to fight.
While only 1 in 10 Americans is left-handed, southpaws are dominating this year's presidential race: AL GORE, BILL BRADLEY, JOHN MCCAIN, and STEVE FORBES are all left-handers.
However, as he winds down to the 27th fight of his career, looking for his 26th win, Woodhall reckons that this time he has done his homework, pointing out: "I started early in my preparations and I've done a lot of sparring, against a lot of southpaws.
From my experience of fighting against southpaws, what you usually do in sparring does not work," said the ex-WBA heavyweight king.
The key to fighting southpaws and the key for Tony on Saturday is to throw combinations.