Thread: My Striking Method
1/05/2006 10:49am, #21
Aye, I find the uppercut the hardest punch to throw properly, and the hardest to land.
1/05/2006 11:09am, #22Originally Posted by Lights Out
1/05/2006 12:40pm, #23
You still owe me a Gong Sau, buddy, THE PUPPY (wait!, thatīs not it)... er... I mean THE BEAST!!! RAAAARRRHH! (yeah, so much better).
1/05/2006 6:17pm, #24Originally Posted by Emevas
Originally Posted by Emevas:new_all_c
1/05/2006 7:00pm, #25Originally Posted by PirateJon"Emevas,
You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69
1/05/2006 9:33pm, #26
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uppercuts work best for me from clinch, throw some knees, make them want to separate a bit. when they start to pull back i step to the side and fire the uppercut. the uppercut works so much better for me when im more perpendicular to my man
1/06/2006 11:13am, #27
Clearly none of you "Agressive is always good" guys have ever fought an effective counter fighter. Sometimes going forward will just get you hit.
Of course you have to fight your own fight but you also have to be open enough to adapt when your favorite strategy just won't work.
1/06/2006 11:18am, #28
i'm still confused as to whether this is a serious thread or a humorous one.
how can you possibly have THE Striking Method? there are so many variables in a fight, ranging from the goal you wish to achieve to questions like "is your arm hurt?"
those details are going to dictate how you approach the fight, on a strategic and on a tactical level.
1/06/2006 11:54am, #29Originally Posted by MaverickZ
My striking method is to pressure with the jab then move inside quick with uppers and body hooks. I work my striking method since I have a good jab and large size with realitively short arms and can eat a few shots closing. most opponents expect that a tall guy with a good jab will stay outside so that can disrupt their gameplan.
1/06/2006 12:17pm, #30
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Is this about everyone's preferred combination for striking in fight?