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  1. KFighter is offline

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     Style: BJJ/Muay Thai

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teh El Macho
    Are shin kicks allowed?
    Yes, shin kicks to the thighs are allowed.

    Thank you all for the great advice, especially on about "feeling to follow in my coach's sport". I will try to fight IR next, and one day if I feel ready for MT I'll try it.

    Also, true MT does not make you more badass then IR.
  2. alex is online now
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    **** off yes it does. nothing says "im a hard bastard" like a big **** off scar across your nose from an elbow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GIJoe6186
    Aldo, dont fight Muay Thai because you feel you have to follow your coaches sport. You like IR, so do that.

    I dont even think they can clinch to much in K-1, K-1 is not Muay Thai.

    Also, no, Muay Thai does not make you more bad ass then IR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KempoFist
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    I just wanna be a good fighter, and IR can take me that road. (FCR is helping me too)
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     Style: Muay thai - Kickboxing

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    Quote Originally Posted by KFighter
    QFT?

    I just wanna be a good fighter, and IR can take me that road. (FCR is helping me too)
    QFT means quoted for truth if you didn't get it.
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    10/13/2007 5:37pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by KFighter
    P.S. - I have a question about leg kicks for anyone that's willing to help. ALot of times when I throw a leg kick, and the person checks it, my shin bounces off their knee. How can I prevent this?
    Mask your kick better? Throw a punching combination, jabb, throw him of guard. Be agressive step in to kick if your oponent is backing he most likely will be off balance.
    Kick when his weigt is on the blocking leg.


    Anyway, are you alowed to use elbow strikes in the US in muay thai rules?
    Last edited by Winter; 10/13/2007 5:39pm at .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winter
    Mask your kick better? Throw a punching combination, jabb, throw him of guard. Be agressive step in to kick if your oponent is backing he most likely will be off balance.
    Kick when his weigt is on the blocking leg.


    Anyway, are you alowed to use elbow strikes in the US in muay thai rules?
    That sounds good, I sometimes throw leg kicks just to throw them. I gotta stop that and mask my kick better.

    No elbows are not allowed in MT in the USA. MT in the USA is more like K-1 rules.
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    10/13/2007 8:18pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by KFighter
    That sounds good, I sometimes throw leg kicks just to throw them. I gotta stop that and mask my kick better.

    No elbows are not allowed in MT in the USA. MT in the USA is more like K-1 rules.
    Same around where i live, guess you have to go to Thailand to throw some elbows then hehe.

    Leg kicks are great, hit the same spot twice with good leg kicks will sometimes break your oponents concentration and open up for other combinations. You can even use your guard in clinch and push him slightly of balance to set up a kick. Its fun :icon_cool
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    So I have decided on what to do.

    I'm going to continue to compete in FCR and I'm gonna compete in IR. One day, if I feel ready, I'll try MT. Thanks for your help/opinions everyone.
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    if there arent elbows it isnt muay thai, its modified thai at best.
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