Posted On:6/07/2009 7:56pm
Style: sanda, sambo
first fight. It was pretty short. do you have any advice for me?
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Posted On:6/07/2009 8:04pm
Style: judo hiatus
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Posted On:6/07/2009 9:50pm
Style: Muay Thai
wow, how the **** did the ref let that go on so long? what the hell? that was fucking nuts.
nice kick at the start, shame we didnt get to see more.
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Posted On:6/15/2009 8:38am
Style: Novice Sub Grappler
FTR, KK is the one in the orange Thai shorts with the picture of what is either Lumpinee stadium, or a freshly baked pie on the front.
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Posted On:6/15/2009 8:56am
Style: Kempo-Goju Karate, BJJ
i would recommend working foward throws and rear throws from a thai clinch,rather than shooting for the double leg.
i only say this because a lot of people get caught in the front headlock/chauncury, if you must do leg pick ups, do the duck under from the clinch, but you still can get caught.
osoto gari/ outside leg reap and kubi nage/ head throw are pretty solid combinations for throws, or at least, they work well for my son.
I think your strikes are very solid, you should adopt the"jab,cross,toss" stradegy. beat the hell out of them with strikes that you force them to clinch, then dump them.
This has been a stratedgey my son and i have been working on for his particular game.
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