5 Times Professional Boxers Displayed The Best Head Movements 

Boxing is not just about punching your opponent until he goes down or the bell rings. It is also about always protecting yourself, especially your chin. Some fail to do so, while some have mastered the technique of head movements. So, let's take a look at 5 times professional boxers displayed best head movements.

Muhammad Ali

The boxing legend, Muhammad Ali, is well-known for his signature move named rope-a-dope. Ali displayed his signature move rope-a-dope in his fight against George Foreman, where he dodged several punches by using his head movements.

Canelo Alvarez

Canelo Alvarez is known for his brute strength and knockout victories. Furthermore, Alvarez also has great defensive skills. The best example is his fight against Daniel Jacobs, where Alvarez displayed great head movements.

Tyson Fury

For being a huge guy, Tyson Fury, still has quick reflex. He has displayed it in several of his fights. The best example of his great head movement skills is his fight against Tom Schwarz, where Fury avoided a flurry of punches.

Mike Tyson

One of the great knockout artist, Mike Tyson, is also great when it comes to avoiding punches by head movements. He has displayed it throughout his career.

Vasyl Lomachenko

Vasyl Lomachenko is famously known for his great slip and rolls. It is where he slips to avoid getting hit on the chin by head movements and rolls to counter punch his opponents.

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