outpoint : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • v  sail closer to the wind than
  • v  score more points than one's opponents

  • The goal in judo is similar to that in wrestling: outpoint your opponent by outmaneuvering him, or flatten him on the mat for a pin, or ippon.
  • But oftener he struggles, like a boxer, to outpoint his material, or like a magician, to make it vanish; and oftenest, he is mowed down by it.
  • Now, at 29, Dave Johnson may outpoint everyone in the Olympic decathlon.
News & Articles

  • Xiong successfully defends WBC strawweight title
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- China's Xiong Zhao Zhong picked himself up off the canvas to outpoint Denver Cuello of the Philippines on Friday night to retain the WBC strawweight title.
    June 28, 2013 - The Associated Press via Yahoo! Sports
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    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — China's Xiong Zhao Zhong picked himself up off the canvas to outpoint Denver Cuello of the Philippines on Friday night to retain the WBC strawweight title.
    June 28, 2013 - Greenwich Time
Quotes

  • Danny Bonaduce in International Herald Tribune
    I truly don't know that I can damage him,Bonaduce said. "He's just too big. I can just outpoint him."
  • Dana White in 680 News
    You do have to come out with the mentality that I want to win and I want to win impressively. Not that I want to come out and outpoint a guy for three rounds or lay on top of him and dry-hump him for three rounds,White says dismissively....
  • Shane Mosley in Long Beach Press-Telegram
    I'm looking for a knockout,Mosley said. "When I go into these fights, I don't go in there thinking I am just going to outpoint him and survive. When I fight, I go for blood and I think he is going to be thinking the same thing."

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