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    Quote Originally Posted by Teh El Macho
    * Now, if the aforementioned person is a real alpha male and a scrapper, then things are different. Fortunately, most people are not, specially those who brag about it.
    And dude, I like, TOTALLY am, so if you think I'm not, I'll like, kick your ass, man! I watch The Ultimate Fighter!




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    LOL. If you replace like with ****, you'll sound like Dana White :tongue3:
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    Most people don't really know what to do about leg kicks. They end up either eating the kick on their unconditioned leg or they defend it in some funny way, usually opening them up to (superman)punch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra
    Most people don't really know what to do about leg kicks. They end up either eating the kick on their unconditioned leg or they defend it in some funny way, usually opening them up to (superman)punch.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rR8BhGGRME
    for teh reel low kick defense

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    Quote Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra
    Most people don't really know what to do about leg kicks. They end up either eating the kick on their unconditioned leg or they defend it in some funny way, usually opening them up to (superman)punch.
    Most fuckers in street fights don't know how to kick for ****. So eating a shitty kick on an "unconditioned" leg is about on par as eating a good kick on a "conditioned" leg. WTF is a conditioned leg anyways???? I am assuming you are talking about taking it on the thigh. How do you condition the thigh??? Seriously, do you grow elephant like skin or what??? Or does the trained fighter just condition himself to being hit?? Understands what it'll feel like and how to move with it.

    As for some common street **** throwing a superman. That would be comedy 9 time out of 10 cuz they'd most likely **** it up.
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    We're taught that a low kick can be a great way to kick things off (no pun intended). Step out and off the tracks with the rear leg and point the foot perpendicular, low inside leg kick with the lead leg, right cross right to the side of the jaw. Never had to try it in t3h d34dly str33ts but I know from training that even a half-forceful kick like this can splay the guy's leg nicely or even knock him over if he's got a bad stance (standing in "neutral" as we call it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teh El Macho
    Are we forgetting the fact that most people in the str33t can't fight for ****, they think they are alpha males when in reality they are not [etc.] . . .
    More importantly, are we forgetting that such people have never been at the receiving end of a really good kick . . . .
    And lastly, are we forgetting that we usually wear shoes . . . .
    Bingo.

    I'm only 155, but I ended 2 street fights with low kicks. I hit the first guy on the outside of the leg with the tip of a steel-toed boot. The other guy (many years later) got smoked in the shin with a nice hard dress shoe.

    Neither kick really injured the guy, but they both quickly decided that they didn't want to fight anymore and probably had a nice bruise to show for their efforts.

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    That Rick Roufus vid reminds me of he first time I sparred with a MT guy.

    With additional training and conditioning, Roufus adjusted quite well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabwyo
    Most fuckers in street fights don't know how to kick for ****. So eating a shitty kick on an "unconditioned" leg is about on par as eating a good kick on a "conditioned" leg. WTF is a conditioned leg anyways???? I am assuming you are talking about taking it on the thigh. How do you condition the thigh??? Seriously, do you grow elephant like skin or what??? Or does the trained fighter just condition himself to being hit?? Understands what it'll feel like and how to move with it.
    I'm saying a well delivered leg kick by a trained person to the thigh of an opponent that had never been kicked there and probably isn't very athletic can be very disruptive.

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    if you have good kicks, you can end a fight with a hard kick very easily. i know i would be on the ground crying if my instructor or some of the better guys i train with kicked me full force a few times on the thigh or shin with the power they're capable of

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