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  1. ninjafetus is offline

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    Posted On:
    9/24/2007 10:07pm

    Bullshido Newbie
     Style: tkd, bjj

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Quote Originally Posted by KempoFist
    ...You'd think Chuck would learn to keep his left hand up to cover the punch, but he didn't...
    On a related note to the tangent: At the semi-recent MA instructor conference in Las Vegas, my BJJ instructor went to a seminar Lidell's team was giving. They did some kind of drill where one person holds a target up, you try to hit it with a hook, and the person hilding the target tries to move it down to dodge. Lidell keeps his hands down, but he can hit it before you can drop it every time... which might be why he fights like that. it's unorthodox, but it works (when he doesn't need the hand for blocking).
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    Posted On:
    9/27/2007 2:18am


     Style: Poor mma

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Quote Originally Posted by ninjafetus
    On a related note to the tangent: At the semi-recent MA instructor conference in Las Vegas, my BJJ instructor went to a seminar Lidell's team was giving. They did some kind of drill where one person holds a target up, you try to hit it with a hook, and the person hilding the target tries to move it down to dodge. Lidell keeps his hands down, but he can hit it before you can drop it every time... which might be why he fights like that. it's unorthodox, but it works (when he doesn't need the hand for blocking).
    That doesn't display the lunacy of not learning from the first Rampage encounter. You know, where his ridiculous hand placement got him put on his ass?
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