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  1. Jaric is offline

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    Kyokushin Brazil Kick

    Hey a while ago I saw a vid of how to do the Kick. Does anyone have a link? Also is there a written description on how to do it somewhere on the forum? I couldnt find it and would appreciate the help.


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    The vid link has been removed.....any other suggestions???
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    I think I found it, it's the kick just under the sweep.
    http://www.sportsclick.jp/combat/05/index02.html
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    Are you talking about the kick where the fighter basically stomps his opponent in the face with a side kick (see Francisco Filho), or the round house 'flip' kick that fakes low and then goes high (AKA the Matsui kick)?
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    hmmm well I know that francisco is known for it......


    Okay it looks like you are raising your knee to kick to the torso, then yuo flip it over and roundhouse to the head......

    does that help?
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    Yeah, thats the flip kick. The Japanese do it all the time, but you might try searching youtube for Glaube Feitosa fights. I'll try and dig up some videos and post later.
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    Thanks man...im kinda looking for one clip that a guy did to show how the kick is done. Or at the very least some sort of site link that talks about how the kick is done and maybe some pics...
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    I think in its most basic form the kick is simply faking a low kick, then turning it over and nailing the person in the head.
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    It must be very hard to learn, becuase you dont see it a lot in professional fights...you would think more ppl would take it up, because it confuses very many people when they use it...
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