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    Esplain to me how you let a boxer kick your ass...

    Boxers don't kick...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Draven
    Sure kickboxing may have a bit of an advantage, but against a dangerous boxer you can never be safe.

    I guess we both learned something tonight.
    how can u say kickboxing has an advantage... when i read this I pictured every boxer using this as an excuse to why he would be defeated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
    Esplain to me how you let a boxer kick your ass...

    Boxers don't kick...

    The obvious answer is: "It's an expression"

    But you still get 20 cool points for bringing that out!

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    Wasn't there a clip shown in this forum of a 40 year old boxer getting his legs completely taken out by a Thai fighter in a K-1 match?

    Makes sense it would also apply in a more casual sense - a boxer who is finely tuned to hands only and not trained for kicks and below-belt strikes will be more at the mercy of someone who is trained in such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samurai Steve
    Wasn't there a clip shown in this forum of a 40 year old boxer getting his legs completely taken out by a Thai fighter in a K-1 match?

    Makes sense it would also apply in a more casual sense - a boxer who is finely tuned to hands only and not trained for kicks and below-belt strikes will be more at the mercy of someone who is trained in such.
    Well, thanks for that captain obvious.

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    My internet vision sees... You suck at plum (Thai clinch).

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    like thats a surprise, the amount of people ive met who say they do muay thai and yet spend **** all time training the clinch is pretty overwhelming

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    Before the fight, we agreed on that I was not allowed to use knees much, and only do them light contact so I wasnt trying much in the clinch. But you are right, my clinch could use some work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Draven
    Before the fight, we agreed on that I was not allowed to use knees much, and only do them light contact....
    So you were not really allowed to use elbows or knees and you were not allowed to use leg strikes with full or near full force while your friend was throwing his hands at full or near full force?

    You may got your ass kicked by a boxer but I don't think this would've happened if you were going full force and using elbow/knees.

    Quote Originally Posted by Draven
    Sure kickboxing may have a bit of an advantage, but against a dangerous boxer you can never be safe.
    Yes, amen to that.

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    Yes, didnt exactly sound like a fair fight. Sounds more like you got suckerd into playing nice while he was trying to clown you.
    "The next one I will take will pay for my loss. Someone has to pay!" ~ The Axe Murderer

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