outpunch

outpunch

(ˌaʊtˈpʌntʃ)
vb (tr)
(Boxing) to punch better than
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We operate in an extremely competitive environment and very often outpunch our weight compared to many larger operators.
But he recovered to outbox, outfox and ultimately outpunch his tall, rangy challenger.
He added: "This kid is going to outbox him and outpunch him and beat him in every department.
The winner will get an entry into the top 15 and the duo can't wait to outpunch each other.
And a fast-paced flyweight bout saw debutant Macauley Larder outpunch Kane Gamble (Ward Degnan's) on unanimous points.
With their steely muscles and super powers, these invulnerable and indomitable avengers can outpunch an army of octopuses and slam a legion of Goliaths to the mat.
Olander will certainly have to improve on his four latest outings - two missed cuts, a 66th and a 76th - to outpunch such a course specialist.
Impact's Jack Exley put a difficult first round behind him, using his reach to outkick and outpunch Scorpio's Dylan Yendal and win another Middlesbrough derby at the end of the third.
He will outbox and outpunch the outclassed Andre Berto, take his record to a perfect 49 and 0 - then apparently retire.
Up against the tall and strapping Maroua Rahali from Tunisia, the diminutive Indian used a solid strategy to outpunch her opponent 15- 6 and assured herself of a bronze medal.
For the first time in almost 20 years, we can outpunch Australia in all departments, including spin.