Striking combination

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For striking combinations in computer games, see Combo (video gaming).
Punching combinations are an essential part of boxing.

A striking combination (generally referred to as a combination or "combo") is a combination of strikes performed in rapid succession, usually from a stand-up position. If the combination includes only punches, it is called a punching combination, and if it includes only kicks, it is called a kicking combination.

Popular striking combinations consist of punches which allow the fighter to shift weight from one leg to the other in a natural rhythm.[1]

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