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    Wii Boxing Moves List

    I saw that there really hasn't been any general consensus on the movements necessary to use the different moves in Wii Boxing. Well, my roommate and I sat at a victory screen for about an hour so we could have unlimited time to figure out the various attacks. Here's what we got out of it. This is by no means a complete job. If anyone finds something wrong with a move, or can't get it to work consistently, or has a better way of doing it, please share. If I publish the FAQ, I will make ABSOLUTELY SURE you get credit for it. So, here's what I have so far:

    High Guard: Hold Wiimote and Nunchuck vertically, then tilt both controllers inward toward your body to cover face.

    Mid Guard: Hold Wiimote and Nunchuck parallel to ground, then tilt both controllers inward if still not covering center of body.

    Left Dodge: Hold Wiimote and Nunchuck vertically, then tilt both controllers to your left.

    Right Dodge: Hold Wiimote and Nunchuck vertically, then tilt both controllers to your right.

    Right High Jab: Hold Wiimote vertically, with controls facing yourself, and jerk it forward with the wrist. Helps to keep arm stationary, and just let the Wiimote fall forward.

    Right Mid Jab: Hold Wiimote parallel to ground, and jerk downward. Again, keep arm stationary and just push Wiimote downward with wrist.

    Right High Hook: Hold Wiimote vertically, with controls facing yourself, and rotate it quickly to the left, as in this (please forgive my ASCII art):

    BEFORE:
    ____
    | D |
    | A |
    | 1 |
    | 2 |

    AFTER:
    ___________
    |D A 1 2|


    Right Uppercut: Hold Wiimote parallel to ground, and then jerk upward. It's the exact opposite movement from the Right Mid Jab.

    Right Low Hook: Hold Wiimote parallel to ground, but turn it 90 degrees COUNTER-CLOCKWISE so that the face of the Wiimote is looking out to your left, then jerk it in the direction of the face of the controller. It's exactly like the right uppercut, except the entire motion is rotated to the left 90 degrees.

    Left High Jab: Hold Nunchuck up vertically so that the analog stick is facing you, and then jerk it forward. Just like Right High Jab.

    Left Mid Jab: Hold Nunchuck parallel to ground, and jerk it downward. Just like the Right Mid Jab.

    Left Uppercut: Hold Nunchuck parallel to ground, and jerk it upward. Just like Right Uppercut

    Left Hook: Hold Nunchuck parallel to ground, but turn it 90 degrees CLOCKWISE so that the face of the controller is looking out to your right, then jerk it in direction of the face of controller. Basically just like the Right Mid Hook.

    I honestly haven't been able to find a real way of doing a Left High Hook, and really haven't seen one, honestly.



    I've also noticed that some sequences of punches come out more quickly than others - I'd also like to include these special combos in the FAQ as well. However, I don't have enough info for that portion, yet. That's where your input would be very welcome! Actually, input is the reason why I'm posting this. I'd like you to tell me whether these moves work for you as well. If we can get a consensus on this, then I can began building the actual document itself, detailing combos and strategies and such. Also, if any of you have better ASCII skills than me (which is to say, all of you), and are willing to lend a hand, ASCII drawings of these movements would be invaluable to someone trying to learn the moves. So, just throwing that out there.

    Thanks in advance, and happy Wii-ing!

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    I wonder if there's any secret moves?
    Here a vid of a chick freaking out while she's boxing
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=6OMCwwTjvuM

    Looks like she should learn some of those!

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