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  1. gregaquaman is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    Im saying this from experience I have seen many times during sparring and fighting people that can take knees to solar plexus and kicks to the ribs getting down to the floor after a kick to the groin that wouldnt take them dowm if landed in the chest or abdomen. Also I have gotten a few myself and have saw people getting sucker punched in the groin falling to the ground
    Thats in my limited experience
    About 40 seconds in.
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?...=2271684705308

    Now the knee to the nuts worked. But it was also backed up by solid fighting basics.

    And I did not fall to the floor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf View Post
    I have see it during training sometimes a shorter person vs a tall person the shorter one will when trying to kick the other in the abdomen miss when the tall tries to dodge and get hit and go to the ground
    There's a very logical reason for that. It's called faggotry. People who go down off nut shots are the kind of people who stop training if they puke.

    Also, Greg's rather sweet vid highlights this precisely. He caught a knee square to the nuts, yet did not go down, as his faggotry levels are in the minus.
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