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    Muay Thai comes from kung-fu! . . .
    eh, anyway. If your footwork is decent and you keep your distance while you pop him a few times before clinch + destroy you should be just fine.

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    With 20 years experience versus your one year, anything less than him completely owning you would be a victory for you, not him.

    So he should beat you and you shouldn't feel bad if he does. If you beat him, he should die of embarrassment.

    Perspective is a beautiful thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnp
    With 20 years experience versus your one year, anything less than him completely owning you would be a victory for you, not him.

    So he should beat you and you shouldn't feel bad if he does. If you beat him, he should die of embarrassment.

    Perspective is a beautiful thing.
    Quoted for Truth!!!

    Reading your posts has a meditive effect on me J....

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    WC has a stance that is similiar to the one used by other Southern Styles..but they are susceptible to bridging because their hand positioning is weak.Bridge, then come over the top with a straight right or waterwheel.
    Feed this to him consistently and throw in a nice powerful low kick every once in a while to get him thinking downstairs and you should have him beat in under two minutes. His confidence will wane..:5crackup:
    Good luck
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Fight him and videotape it and post it on YouTube.

    THIS I COMMAND

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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by jnp
    With 20 years experience versus your one year, anything less than him completely owning you would be a victory for you, not him.

    So he should beat you and you shouldn't feel bad if he does. If you beat him, he should die of embarrassment.

    Perspective is a beautiful thing.




    I totally agree.

    His ability to fight will be in his footwork. Take that out with a few low kicks.

    But do not underestimate any fighter you come up against, regardless of their style. especially after 20 years of training.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Miracleman
    Fight him and videotape it and post it on YouTube.

    THIS I COMMAND
    Do as K.M. said!

    Just meet up, take cups, mouthpieces and gloves and give it all you've got.

    Definitely videotape it, even if it wouldn't end up on the Net (both of) you might learn valuable lessons from it later.

    CLICK & WATCH
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    I got BULLSHIDO ON TV!!!

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    Muay thai for the win. There are some badass wc fighters out there, but those are the ones that spar all the time and wouldn't hesitate to accept a challenge. Even in those cases though, muay thai poses a strong stylistic challenge. Go for the low kicks in combos like everyone else has mentioned. Also, he won't be ready for the clinch AT ALL.

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    gotta agree with the clinch thing, but be careful you don't eat chain punches when you try to initiate it.. the way they bend their arms means they'll be able to punch reeeeal close

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    Quote Originally Posted by BudoMonkey
    ... Also, he won't be ready for the clinch AT ALL.
    This really depends on the type of training the w.c. guy had - at my school, for example, we spent considerable time training elbow, uppercut, etc. attacks/defences from clinch.

    Low kicks might also be well known ground for him, since -ing -un virtually has no other kicks. Again it depends whether he is used to train against a real kicking effort or just practises Chum kiu in the air...

    The last time I had a nice little full-out sparring with kickboxers/MT people I ate some hooks but mostly a pair of nasty turning kicks to the ribs that caught me totally off my guard... Felt it for half a year... :icon_bigg

    CLICK & WATCH
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    I got BULLSHIDO ON TV!!!

    "Bruce Lee sucks because I slammed my nuts with nunchucks trying to do that stupid **** back in the day. I still managed to have two kids. I forgive you Bruce.
    " - by Vorpal

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