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    Are her punches that good? It looks like her elbows pop out right before she even starts throwing them. Isn't that the wrong way to throw them? Shouldn't you keep your elbows tucked in as you bring your hand up and turn it over at the last moment?

    I mean I guess that's good for a 10 year old. Not sure how long she's been doing it. I just thought there were some obvious technical mistakes and this video is supposedly very good technically. Maybe I'm wrong or it's just a different way.

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    I thought Sirc did KK?

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    Am I way off base, or is she training in Thailand?

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    just as an aside, **** i hate it when people feed pads like that. ugh.

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    Every child 'black belt' should be shown this.

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    Fuckin' cool. BTW...after the video was done, I found this gem.



    Tis one of her fights at Fairtex Stadium.

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    Autistic? Muay Thai? It's IRL Chocolate!:Gasp:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis17 View Post
    Are her punches that good? It looks like her elbows pop out right before she even starts throwing them. Isn't that the wrong way to throw them? Shouldn't you keep your elbows tucked in as you bring your hand up and turn it over at the last moment?

    I mean I guess that's good for a 10 year old. Not sure how long she's been doing it. I just thought there were some obvious technical mistakes and this video is supposedly very good technically. Maybe I'm wrong or it's just a different way.
    That style of punching is common in Thailand. However, you are correct -- it is considered "wrong" by western boxers and trainers.

    Good job pointing out the "technical mistakes" of a badass ten-year-old girl who fights in Thailand, though. I bet she colors outside the lines, too... you should probably have a word with her about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SARS_Attacks View Post
    Fuckin' cool. BTW...after the video was done, I found this gem.




    Tis one of her fights at Fairtex Stadium.
    No headgear???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis17 View Post
    Are her punches that good? It looks like her elbows pop out right before she even starts throwing them. Isn't that the wrong way to throw them? Shouldn't you keep your elbows tucked in as you bring your hand up and turn it over at the last moment?

    I mean I guess that's good for a 10 year old. Not sure how long she's been doing it. I just thought there were some obvious technical mistakes and this video is supposedly very good technically. Maybe I'm wrong or it's just a different way.
    hahahahahShutTheFuckUp.

    This is crisp technique, particularly excellent for a 10 year old. Plus she keeps her technique in the ring. Look around at the videos of all these pre-teen black belts and compare this girl's technique. We're not talking about Remy Bonjasky, we're talking about a kid.
    "Never trust a quote you read on the internet" - Abraham Lincoln




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