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{{Technique
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|image = Chopping_Right.png
|users=[[Mashiba Ryō]]<br>[[Ralph Anderson]]
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|manga = [[Chapter 76|Round 76]]
|similartechniques=[[Orthodox Boxing Techniques#Straight|Right Straight]]<br>[[Jolt Blow]]<br>[[Knuckle Drop]]
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|anime = [[Episode 25|Round 25]] ([[Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting!|S1 - 26]])
|manga = Round 411
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|relatedtechniques = [[Straight|Right Straight]]<br>[[Jolt Blow]]<br>[[Knuckle Drop]]
|anime = Round 25 ([[Rising]])}}
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|users = [[Mashiba Ryō]]<br>[[Ralph Anderson]]}}The '''Chopping Right''' is a technique that is essentially a right [[straight]] with a downward angle that adds weight for more power.
The '''Chopping Right''' is powerful punch used by taller boxers. It is essentially a [[right straight]] with a downward angle that adds weight to the power.
 
   
==Notable users==
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==Usage==
The Chopping Right is [[Mashiba Ryō]]'s [[Sunday Punch]]. His typical KO pattern is to make his opponent flinch using [[Flicker Jab]]s, then move in and finish them with a chopping right. Due to Mashiba's height, the Chopping Right has only been countered once in the series.
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The user sends their right fist upwards behind them and then launches it downward toward their opponent. The technique adds extra weight to the punch, making it seem as if the opponent is getting hit from a punch from a different [[Weight Classes|weight class]].<ref>[[Chapter 80]], page 7</ref> The technique benefits off the user being tall and having long arms due to being able to put more weight into it. [[Mashiba Ryō]] uses the technique as his [[Sunday punch|finishing blow]] after using his [[Flicker Jab]]s. The Chopping Right is a very destructive punch and feared by many boxers, especially i[[In-Fighting|in-fighters]]. However, missing with the Chopping Right leaves the user's body exposed.
 
==Strengths and Weaknesses==
 
The Chopping Right is a very destructive punch and feared by many boxers, especially in-fighters. Mashiba uses the Chopping Right as a close-range defence when his [[Flicker Jab]] is neutralised. The Chopping Right also capitalises on the strengths of tall boxers like Mashiba, who can put more of their weight into the downward blow.
 
 
Missing the Chopping Right, however, leaves the user's body exposed. [[Kamogawa Genji]] takes several hits from [[Ralph Anderson]] before he exploits this weakness, breaking Anderson's ribs and damaging his organs using [[Tekken]].
 
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
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<gallery>
ChoppingRightFirstCounter.png|First counter of the Chopping Right in the series; Round 1083
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ChoppingRightFirstCounter.png|Chopping Right getting countered.
 
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==References==
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[[Category:Techniques]]
 
[[Category:Techniques]]
 
[[Category:Sunday Punches]]
 
[[Category:Sunday Punches]]

Revision as of 17:23, February 12, 2020

The Chopping Right is a technique that is essentially a right straight with a downward angle that adds weight for more power.

Usage

The user sends their right fist upwards behind them and then launches it downward toward their opponent. The technique adds extra weight to the punch, making it seem as if the opponent is getting hit from a punch from a different weight class.[1] The technique benefits off the user being tall and having long arms due to being able to put more weight into it. Mashiba Ryō uses the technique as his finishing blow after using his Flicker Jabs. The Chopping Right is a very destructive punch and feared by many boxers, especially iin-fighters. However, missing with the Chopping Right leaves the user's body exposed.

Gallery

References

  1. Chapter 80, page 7
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