if the south paw is trained correctly and learns to keep moving to his right around the right keepin his foot on the outside of the right handed boxer, he can keep landin those straight left hands and lead hooks to the head all day long, they just have to know wat there doing and it will mostly like screw up the right handed fighter..this obvesly depends on how experianced and good the right handed fighteris..i think south paws do have a lil advantage.
Depends on the fighter, style, and experience. close range in fights would be the best bet for a right hander to beat a southpaw in my opinion, mid range outboxing and long range would be an advantage to the southpaw, but it all depends on the boxer, experience with dealing with south paws, and the style.
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