Posted On:1/11/2005 5:06pm
(That means right foot forward basically)
All I can think of right now are Le Banner and Crocop, who else?
Boxers, kickboxers, MMAers, please share.
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Posted On:1/11/2005 5:12pm
Think I noticed kid Yamamoto ....
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Posted On:1/11/2005 6:23pm
Gomi and Pulver both fought southpaw at Pride recently I believe.
Posted On:1/11/2005 7:43pm
Style: MuayThai,Igo Ryu Jiujitsu
Sakuraba fights southpaw but he also fights orthodox...
Yuki Kondo fights southpaw.
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Posted On:1/11/2005 8:02pm
Fedor and Sak both seem to switch whenever they feel...
Posted On:1/11/2005 8:56pm
"The depressing thing about tennis is that no matter how good I get, I'll never be as good as a wall." - Mitch Hedberg
El Guapo says dance!
Posted On:1/11/2005 8:57pm
Dammit, I should have refreshed the thread before replying...
Posted On:1/12/2005 11:18am
Someone else said "Andy was a southpaw, Holm is a too. "
Also, Musashi switches stances, it is interesting, with what stance he switches to, you can predict what kicks he will throw.
Posted On:1/12/2005 12:50pm
Style: karate, BJJ
I've heard that vitor belfort does as well (from a google thread i can't currently find right now)
Posted On:1/13/2005 7:51pm
Style: Muay Thai
while watching the k-1 recently during the musashi kaoklai fight, the commentator mentioned kaoklai might have trouble with musashis southpaw, but the other commentator said that 90% of fighters in thailand are actually southpaws and kaoklai would be the odd one out. how true is that?
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