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|Dragon Fish Blow|
|Alternate Name(s)||"Low-High Combination"|
|User(s)|| Kimura Tatsuya|
|Anime||Mashiba vs Kimura OVA|
|Similar technique(s)||White Fang|
To perform this technique, the boxer charges in with short body blows. When their opponent's attention is directed down, and they lower their guard to block the body blows, the boxer's other arm (ordinarily the dominant arm) swings above the opponent's line of sight and hits the jaw.
The schematics of the maneuver has it where the back is blocking the beginning of movement of the swinging right so the opponent cannot see it coming. Thus a devastating attack that overall is a low-high vertical combination.
Strengths & WeaknessesEdit
It's main strength lies on the fact that it comes from out of the opponent's field of view, therefore, they don't expect the punch to come, meaning it hits with full force most of the time. However, since it requires charging in and focusing on the opponent body, it exposes the user to large amounts of punishment, and must be used carefully.
- The move was invented by Kimura while watching his pet fish, Reiko, jump up and eat its meal in front of him.