Posted On:9/12/2006 9:36pm
Style: Muay Thai
for those who didnt go to the event (which, im guessing, is most of you plebs)
was awesome night, heres a HL vid of the fights in order. great showing by the new zealand guys that they can hang tough even with international names like wanlop and mot eck
i keep tryin to spar, but nothin happens!
Posted On:9/12/2006 10:33pm
Style: karate / bjj
very cool. what was the ruleset?
Do you eat breakfast?
Posted On:9/12/2006 10:40pm
Style: Kitty Pow Pow!!!
S-1 is muay thai
Ranked #9 internationally at 118lbs by WIKBA http://www.womenkickboxing.com/wikba...rch%202009.htm
Posted On:9/13/2006 12:08am
yeah, it is. not many tournaments use thai rules.
Posted On:9/13/2006 1:29pm
Thanks for linking that. I liked Prince Hamid's fights. He's vicious and dynamic. I won't say more on the off chance anyone cares about spoilers on this.
With the inclusion of elbows, I'm even more amazed at the guys who make it all the way through the finals of this kind of competition. K-1 bangs a person up enough as it is, and this just adds another degree. I figure everyone is limping one way or another from first round eliminated to the final champ.
Posted On:9/13/2006 1:31pm
I was under the impression elbows are only allowed in the final
Posted On:9/13/2006 2:26pm
I think I saw quite a few downward spiking elbows in the quarter or earlier rounds (particularly in Prince Hamid's fights). So it looks like guys were using them, unless there's some kind of allowance for downward spiking elbows to the head while lateral elbows are prohibited - but that wouldn't make much sense IMO.
Posted On:9/13/2006 2:30pm
you could be right, I haven't watched this event and I suppose rules could've been changed since JWP took it in 2004.
Posted On:9/13/2006 3:22pm
Style: BJJ/Muay Thai
Jeez I love New Zealand. Their Kickboxers/Thai Boxers are amazing. I hope one day I can go train there.
Posted On:9/13/2006 4:34pm
si-1 is full MT rules for every fight. yeah i think it used to only be MT rules for the final but they decided that it wasn't quite fair to the fighters to be switching rules inbetween fights like that. or something.
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