8/10/2013 4:24pm, #51
8/10/2013 4:29pm, #52
8/10/2013 4:39pm, #53
Semantically speaking, either interpretation is correct.
8/10/2013 4:52pm, #54
8/10/2013 5:08pm, #55
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8/10/2013 5:57pm, #57
8/10/2013 6:46pm, #58
If you want context, if you look at his youtube channel and his MMA record. You'll see that he's cross-trained and that he's fought on a competitive level. Most of the time, when this site rails on someone who shows a technique that looks like it'll only work on an untrained opponent, the demonstrator is usually someone who comes from a non-alive art or someone who's not used to taking on someone outside of their art. That's why I doubt that he's going to say that head movmeent alone win you a fight.
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8/10/2013 7:12pm, #59You want outstanding? Here you go:
8/10/2013 7:15pm, #60
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Yes, the techniques and tactics are fine, nobody questioned them.
What the argument was in the very beginning was that the title was misleading, and that the guy didn't do what he said he would do.
You turned it into something else entirely.
Yes, the guy's integrity and the way he delivered his video are at question, not his technique, because everyone knows ducking and weaving works.