To slip a jab
There are three basic ways to slip a jab and launch an attack. The first is to move to your left, letting the jab go over your right shoulder as you fire a left shovel hook up into the opponent’s face. Follow up combinations may include a right to the body, a left hook to the body (while moving in), or a left hook to the head while the opponent is backing up.
The second slip for a jab is to move to your right, the jab moving past your left ear over your left shoulder. This exposes the opponent’s body and, since the guard will likely be low, you may fire a right to the body followed by a left hook to the head. This slip may also give you an opportunity to move in close.
The third slip for a jab is to move to your right, parrying his left hand with your right, and then moving straight in. Stay upright and apply pressure to opponent’s vulnerable side. Make the parry a hard push the back of the left arm so the opponent is pushed off balance. Any number of counters may be launched from this position