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    Roundhouse kicks

    So I was fighting this guy who out weighs me by 15 kg and is like 5 inches taller. Normally my round house kicks to peoples thigh leave them not standing but this guy I just can't land a single kick. All he does is picks up his knee and upon my shin hitting his leg would leave me in excruciating pain. I really need help here guys.

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    1: This is the wrong forum.
    B: You are a troll, or maybe a fantasist, either way my advice is to go play in busy traffic.

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    Please direct me to the right forum.

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    One good way to determine if you are in the most appropriate sub-forum is to read the description under the forum title.

    For example, in this case I would ask myself if my question was more for the Advanced Striking Discussion Forum - Muay Thai, Boxing, etc. or the Basic and Misc. Fighting Technique Discussion.

    Thread moved.
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    Timing. Stutter your kick and take out his support leg.

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    Shams he's beating you because he's blocking a kick. Have you never come across someone checking a kick before. The reason it hurts is because you hav'nt conditioned your shins, which is fair given your krotty background.

    P.S dont think the mods are'nt keeping track of your idiotic troll posts. You can only do this for so long.

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    Throw the right hand and then the right kick straight after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Juggernoob View Post
    Shams he's beating you because he's blocking a kick. Have you never come across someone checking a kick before. The reason it hurts is because you hav'nt conditioned your shins, which is fair given your krotty background.

    P.S dont think the mods are'nt keeping track of your idiotic troll posts. You can only do this for so long.

    Sort of. There is a series of dick moves involving hitting the shin with the bent knee. I even knew one guy who did it with the opposite knee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregaquaman View Post
    Sort of. There is a series of dick moves involving hitting the shin with the bent knee. I even knew one guy who did it with the opposite knee.
    If you want to get a good idea of shams background, read all his posts, he doesnt have many.

    You'll be less inclined to take anything he says seriously.

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    I've personally witnessed a guy fracturing his leg after throwing a roundhouse and having it blocked in just the same fashion by a fighter with extremely well-conditioned shins.
    So be warned.
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