outpunch

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outpunch

(ˌaʊtˈpʌntʃ)
vb (tr)
(Boxing) to punch better than
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Farrell struggled throughout the fight, despite small spells of success, with Bowes setting the pace and at times outboxing and even outpunching the former WBA International champion who now has two defeats on his ledger.
Its economic heft is outpunching its own hinterland - and that could cause resentment.
Pacquiao, despite outpunching Horn 182-92, was a pure class act and he didn't mind the judges' scoring of the match.
"Wales would no longer be a little player, but would seriously be outpunching its weight.
The Hartmann's pouch an outpunching of the wall in the region of the neck is recognized more as an outcome of pathology in the form of dilatation or presence of stones.
Kakara began in impressive style outpunching UAE's Abdulla Almulla as he romped home within the first two rounds via Technical Knock Out ( TKO).
Diverticular disease of the colon is the condition of having diverticulae in the colon which are outpunching of the mucosa through weaknesses of muscle layers in the colon wall, more often on the left side of the colon, explained Dr Muhanned Hasan, Consultant General Surgeon, Zulekha Hospital, Sharjah.
Retinal microaneurysms are among the earliest visible lesions in the diabetic retina, consisting of a unilateral outpunching on the venous part of the capillaries or small venules, and particularly aggregated in the posterior polar region of the retina.
Mills started the bout at a fast pace, outpunching his opponent.
This time, McLaren looked like his old self in outpunching Johnson.
Ed Balls is outpunching George Osborne while, in defence and foreign affairs, the high-flying Scots Jim Murphy and Douglas Alexander are relentlessly exposing flaws in the coalition's policies and strategy.
With the lead changing hands more often than a used note this is the time for the SFL to cash in on what's without doubt a division outpunching its weight on the undercard of Scottish football's main event.