9/26/2007 6:06pm, #11
Out of curiosity, has anyone got any vid's of a Spinning Back Kick going wrong? I don't seem to remember ever seeing someone miss it and get punished though god knows you hear that it'll happen if you try it.
9/26/2007 6:13pm, #12
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I do recall one failed SBK that followed by a good retribution for the **** attempt but I can't remember who. It was int eh UFC though. Most failed SBKs I see are thrown way too far out and not landing. In that instance you really have no chance of getting tagged unless the dude super fucking fast and on the rush.Amateur MMA record: 8-3-1
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9/26/2007 8:04pm, #13
RNC is pretty low risk high return.More human than human is our motto.
9/26/2007 8:12pm, #14Originally Posted by Slindsay
But it is probably hard to botch one, unless they sidestep it and grab your leg while you're facing backwards...
9/26/2007 9:45pm, #15Originally Posted by Jadonblade
Rear Naked Choke. Rear, not reverse. You getting slammed while attempting one means that you shouldn't bother with fighting anymore. Try knitting instead.
9/26/2007 9:46pm, #16
9/26/2007 10:21pm, #17Originally Posted by fanatical
Basic, first day, walk on the mats, like white bread with butter ARM BAR.
THIS IS NOT AN EXIT
"Ladies and gentlemen, the pilot has instructed everyone to sit the **** down and shut the **** up." Henry Rollins
9/27/2007 3:31am, #18Originally Posted by Tangent
it's hard to box on one leg.. and if you know how to evade.. no, you don't need your hands to defend your head.
9/27/2007 3:36am, #19Originally Posted by TKD Black Belt
i'd still say it's safer to apply from above than below.. if you apply it from guard you can possibly get slammed or get your guard passed.
9/27/2007 3:38am, #20Originally Posted by leere_form
That's what I think of a purely evasive style of defense. You really just can't dodge every strike coming your way, even if you're a pro.