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You can't hold your ground against someone who has the physical advantage. The only thing you can do if you really don't want to get out of the way, is to remain on the offensive and catch him with straight punches to the nose. An inexperienced fighter (as you described your opponent) will instinctively go on the defense. BUUUT, the right tactic is to move ...
Ideally I'd want to stay on the outside using footwork while peppering with jabs and the occasional straight left. I might use the uppercut to punish them moving into the clinch, but primarily I'd want to rely on angling out rather than winning the dirty boxing fight. To speak to the mindset behind this kind of question: this theoretical approach is rather ...
Here is a good description of how to wrap your hands: http://www.expertboxing.com/boxing-basics/how-to-box/how-to-wrap-your-hands
Wrap your wrists first, then pass it over your palm, between the index finger and thumb and then go around the thumb and between each of your fingers, like in the following video:enter link description here You'll know you've done it right when your wrists feel solid and your hand closes into a semi-fist on its own when relaxed.
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