What are ways to slip to avoid a jab and right cross in boxing or Muay Thai?


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There are several different ways to evade a jab and a cross (both separately and in combination). Your basic rule of thumb though to slip so that your head goes in the direction of their back so that they have to punch over themselves to land the next punch in their combination. Also remember that when you make someone miss you have to make them pay. For this reason slipping should be done at the slimmest margin possible so that you have the most amount of time to land a counterattack before your opponent can get back in position to defend.