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I love Daryl Homer’s flunge, as mentioned previously. It’s a magnificent thing. However, there is a certain dark part of my psyche which quite enjoys watching bad things happen to it, and Nikolay Kovalev was happy to oblige me. Oh dear. Homer prevailed though, in a thriller of a match on his way to claim … More Ground to air: Kovalev (RUS) v Homer (USA)
We return to our regular segment: Nicolas Limbach Parries Things. It’s fair to say that Daryl Homer is known for his flunge off the line. It’s a shock-and-awe move. It blindsides the best on the circuit. Limbach wasn’t having a bar of it. We usually feature flashy, crazy, nutball 1% moves, but this right here … More Do not pass go: Limbach (GER) v Homer (USA)
Skyhooks, draw cuts, whatever you want to call the: after falling off the radar for a couple of seasons, they’re now as trendy in sabre as beards. Aldo Montano can usually be relied on for a little flair, and he wasn’t letting anyone down in Seoul. We’ve previous looked in some detail at his bout with Limbach … More I’m going to stop you right there: Montano (ITA) v Limbach (GER) and Szatmari (HUN)
Well, I lasted a whole two days without posting any Koreans. Then I watched Oh Eunseok v Enrico Berrè at Madrid. I’m just going to leave this here. Pure, absurd, quintessential Oh. Berrè pulls some pretty crazy moves here as well. It’s just a fabulous hit. It fills me with delight to see Oh back … More Just like the old days: Oh (KOR) v Berrè (ITA)