Or at least fixate on someone that was a fighter rather than a movie star choreographer. Id rather have a soldier teach me gun tactics than Keanu Reeves, regardless of how high his kill count was in John Wick.
Why are all such contests seemingly of physically unequal combatants, bigger guy with longer reach knocks older smaller guy over, is not headline news,If A uses straight punch and B uses hay-maker, my money will be on B.
The PRO of the hay-maker is it can be a both offense and defense move. If you throw a straight punch toward my face, my hay-maker can not only knock down your punching arm, if you move in fast enough, my hay-maker can hit on the side (or the back) of your head.
IMO, when you feel threaten, a "45 degree downward hay-maker" can knock down everything coming toward your face.
Here is an example.
It was more or less impossible for the wing chin guy to land a punch, such was the reach disadvantage, there's only really one likely out come, in that situation,