You might want to catch up with the times. Many KK dojos have switched rules and are allowing head contact.
Originally Posted by Grizzly216
The opponents repeat the same mistake each time again. They play a game that they are not trained for.
A Jiu-Jitsu practitioner who leaves out grappling and only uses punches and kicks, leaves out about 50% of his style, not a smart move.
Same goes for the Pencak Silat guy, he doesn't use 100% of his style and puts himself at a huge disadvantage.
Is there a video of a Kyokushin fighter, who fights against others styles in a match where punching the head is allowed?
Because that is one thing that most Kyokushin fighters are not used to.
Though the kicks to the head are impressive and have the ability to take you out right away, it still is less difficult to avoid or dodge these kicks, whereas punches are more difficult to cover.
No, you wouldn't. If you really did, you would have hit up google and found these videos yourself.
I would like to see matches of Kyokushin fighters who fight with punches to the head, against other stylists who use 100% of their style.
Though I must say that these Kyokushin fighters are never easy opponents.