Generally I'd say no, but if you can make it work for you more power to you. Typically you'll hear that to counter the overhand right, you should lean right and go with an uppercut/shovel to his chin, but I don't ever fight on the inside without the other person being hurt/dazed/covering up.
Most people telegraph their over hand rights. So I tend to move out of the way or I throw a straight right with my left hand up. I do that because all things aside my straight should be faster than his overhand unless he totally has the jump on me in which case im on damage control so I need to block or evade it.
In kickboxing the over hand right became one of my favorites. people like to kick in kickboxing, and I happen to be great at cutting the kick off and landing the overhand right as a counter to the kick.
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