Originally Posted by Randy GNP
Ya, it depends on the fighter. But in terms of over all effectiveness and power i would say the overhand right. This, on average, is most powerful. its major flaw is that it leaves you open for a counter if you don't get the knock out. Thus, it is neccesary to set it up with some jab/cross combinations
100% correct, ask any good boxer, Muay Thai fighter and they will agree with you.