10/16/2010 10:18pm, #31
forward landing right roundhouse to a left cross lands more often than not for me. imo its better than throwing jabs mid combo"The hero and the coward both feel the same thing, but the hero projects his fear onto his opponent while the coward runs. 'Fear'. It's the same thing, but it's what you do with it that matters". - Cus D'Amato
10/16/2010 10:46pm, #32
I'm in gassed and my leas arm is knackered from jabbing (I love teh jab) intend to switch defensively for a bit to let my arms recover but otherwise rarely switch.
11/30/2010 11:09am, #33
Just remember switching stances in kicking range outside of point fighting is asking to get put on your ass.
11/30/2010 1:34pm, #34
11/30/2010 3:19pm, #35
O RLY? Do tell. Note the part about in kicking range. Seriously, I'm curious what footwork you'd prescribe to avoid the dreaded crossed leg cut kick of doom.
11/30/2010 4:05pm, #36
12/01/2010 8:27am, #37
if you find me a good fighter who switches stances, let me know.
until then, dont do it. stick to one. when you switch stance you might think you are confusing the opponent, but really, you end up just confusing yourself. unless you are THAT much better than the guy you are fighting... and in that case it wouldnt fucking matter.
12/01/2010 10:55am, #38
12/01/2010 2:55pm, #39
If you have to ask, you aren't ready to do it.
12/01/2010 4:20pm, #40
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If you are a really good fighter, then you can switch stances. But don't overuse it. If you switch stances for the same purpose, your opponent will probably catch on and then you're **** out of luck.