Intercepting a horizontal fist punch can be very different from intercepting a vertical fist punch. Quite simply because they are structurally very different (for those of you who can appreciate this comment: one is tan sau structure science the other is fok sau structure). I currently use a particular interception technique to deal with a horizontal fist punch (e.g. a boxer's jab and right cross) about 80% of the time. However I'm curious as to how Mr. Lee went about solving this problem as this particular technique is apparently not in any of the stuff he taught in the US. So for the the JFJKD, OJKD, JFGF and NCGF trained guys out there: someone throws a jab or a cross at your face, how do you go about intercepting and hitting them without getting hit yourself? If you can point me to some pictures or video that would be good. Thanks!