In combat sport, specially in MMA, is a term used by a play-by-play announcer (e.g. Mike Goldberg). It refers to a ring strategy of a fighter who likes to throw consecutive rapid fire punches at an opponent to overwhelm them. This eventually leads to a knockout or a TKO because the opponent is unable to fight back due to the amount of punches being thrown at them.
1. Mike Goldberg: They call it punches in bunches by Chuck Liddell...

2. Most of Mike "Quick" Swick's knockout are due to usage of punches in bunches. Ben Saunders anyone?
door Cuautehmoc 29 september 2009

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