Oh you mean since your opponent's stance is mirrored knees have a better opening? Where do you train at? Thanks for input bud I do appreciate it!
I meant when you are throwing your kicks, and both of you kick at the same time and thwack knees accidentally.Quote:
I think he meant when you are clinched up
I train in a gym near Wat Pho Temple in Surat Thani, I'm not sure it has a name.
On actual effect of being a Southpaw during the clinch and with knees, there's not a huge difference I've noticed as while you have a preferred arm for doing "technique" (throws?) I tend to take knees with whatever leg is handy.