It can also look awesome.
Above: Yes, even in the context of corporate-looking stock photos
Unsurprisingly, nowhere are uppercuts more awesome than in videogames, which since the %26lsquo;80s have shaped our perception of them to the point where they%26rsquo;re no longer just power punches employed by extremely tough men. They%26rsquo;re finishing moves, ultra-powerful attacks and metaphorical middle fingers to the enemies we%26rsquo;re about to knock unconscious. At their best, they also feel great to pull off, as proved by the following examples: