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  1. TKD_Zealot is offline

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    11/24/2002 10:09pm


     

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    basically what your trying to do is to get the opponent to block for a snap kick so that his other side will be complety exposed. also the shift in stnce gives the roundhouse more momentum and increases the kick's power almost by half.



    Edited by - TKD_Zealot on November 24 2002 21:10:27
  2. Michael

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    11/24/2002 10:15pm


     

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    oh, a foo foo kick....leads to wtf was that kick...in hopes of landing a "how long was I knocked out" technique.

    I'd never use it but if you want to, knock yourself out....get it?? bwhahaahah, I crack myself up.
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    11/24/2002 10:24pm


     

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    well if you don't mind what exactly is wrong with the kick? Not trying to start anything here but I'v never had a problem with the kick I'd just like to know why you think it''s flawed.
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    11/24/2002 10:38pm


     

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    Never had a problem with it? I assume you've used it against someone other than TKD guys in big vests? Besides, the whole theory behind the move would never work against a Thai-boxer. Front snap kicks are blocked by sweeping with the hand, and round kicks are blocked with the shin, so you wouldn't confuse his defense at all......keep trying twinkle-toes.
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    11/24/2002 10:45pm


     

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    ah finaly an answer thats a good point yes I've used it only in real fights not competition but of course if I was going against a thai boxer my whole strategy would change tho I wouldn't even bother with kicking.
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    11/25/2002 1:30am


     

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    surely you wouldn't try to box a thai boxer either?
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    11/25/2002 1:58am


     

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    no my best bet would be to play mind games with the thai boxer alot of fakes and alot of feints.



    Edited by - TKD_Zealot on November 25 2002 01:00:06
  8. Michael

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    11/25/2002 2:04am


     

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    Never said there was anything wrong with the kick. I just wouldn't use it. If you try on somebody that knows what they're doing I hope you've practiced your ground game...

    btw, I do TKD too so don't think I'm snubbing you because I think TKD is crap.
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    11/25/2002 2:38am


     

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    mind games huh.......just when I didn't think you could sound like a bigger moron, you top yourself yet again Tinkerbell.

    btw, you pretty much just admitted that there is no way for you to go toe to toe with a Thai Boxer, so when are you gonna give up that fairy TKD crap and learn Thai Boxing?
  10. Michael

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    11/25/2002 2:44am


     

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    ew ew ew...I'll go toe to toe with a thai boxer. <img src=icon_smile.gif border=0 align=middle>
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