The science behind throwing a knockout punch

The science behind throwing a knockout punch 🔒

2/18/2020

The science behind throwing a knockout punch 🔒

Heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder exemplifies complex movement that involves most of the body, writes Devlin Brown

BL PREMIUM 17 February 2020 - 05:05 Devlin Brown Few things in life are more unsettling than a lurking sense of dread. Even simple tasks take on an ominous twist. Eskom adds a sense of dread to our lives daily. Whether we are in peak traffic or putting a roast in the oven, our best intentions can go out of the window in an instant when the power utility decides to hit the kill switch. Despite their track record, no-one at Eskom holds a candle to one man when it comes to finding the kill switch. That man is Deontay Wilder, heavyweight boxing champion of the world. B Premium This article is reserved for our subscribers. A subscription helps you enjoy the best of our business content every day along with benefits such as exclusive Financial Times articles, ProfileData financial data, and digital access to the Sunday Times and Times Select. Already subscribed? Simply sign in below. Read more: Business Day

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