Peek-a-boo defense

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A peek-a-boo defense is a style of defense created by trainer Cus D'Amato, whereby the boxer raises his two hands up high, to his forehead and extremely close to his face, to guard against punches to his face and head (but often thereby leaving his body open to attack if he does not also use his elbowed arms for protection).