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    First Fight with no Shin guards or headgear.

    Hey whats up everybody!

    Looks like yet another win from my fight up in New York last Friday. Now I am 4-1-0 !!:) Here are the results:

    Prefight warm-up HL : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvOSsOHGQ1E

    Rounds 1 + 2 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PHh01ccocc

    Round 3 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GTz0an2O6M

    Enjoy!

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    Very nice. Excellent clinch and knees, especially in Round 3 -- they completely demoralized your opponent and took the fight out of him. And that was a beautiful dump in Round 2.

    At :50 of the third video, was the referee warning you not to hit the back of the head? If so, I understand... but he should have also warned the other guy not to turn his back and run away from you.

    Congratulations on a great fight, and thanks for posting the video.

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    Impressive showing, you looked very composed and relaxed and controlled the pace of the fight well :)

    My critiques: You spend a little too much time waiting to make your move. Try to keep more constant pressure on your opponent, probing with jabs and push kicks and working your way in to set up those big shots. For the most part you seem to be looking to land that big right hand or that big kick rather than setting them up with shots and aggressive maneuvering.

    Also, you're not being terribly mindful of where you and your opponent are in the ring rather than strategically maneuvering to get him to move where you want him (as an aggressive forward fighter, trapping him against the ropes and in the corners should be your strategy). Also, when you're in the clinch, you want to try to be turning your opponent so they're on the ropes and not you.

    Otherwise, very very nice clinch technique and kicks. Congrats on another win :)
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    Excellent fight mate. By round three your oppo looked like he wanted to be anywhere but in the ring with you! I dunno if he gassed or your knee/clinch hurt him, but by the end of the round he couldn't keep his guard up.

    I like what KidSpatula says (I'm I'm no expert), more aggression with jabs and teeps to keep him off guard; he'll open up for that big right hand or kick.

    Very nice and well done on another win!!
    Last edited by tideliar; 6/19/2009 2:00pm at . Reason: mi spelins orful

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    Good fight, but dont forget about your footwork, no footwork no balance

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    Nice work mate, a totally convincing win.

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    Good fight!!!

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    I know the olympic taekwondo is with protection for the chest and helmet, but these guys seem to be doing full-contact without that. More like the muay thai, but without elbows/knees? taekwondo fight. I want tos ee more of this if anyone knows what it's from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KidSpatula View Post
    Also, you're not being terribly mindful of where you and your opponent are in the ring rather than strategically maneuvering to get him to move where you want him (as an aggressive forward fighter, trapping him against the ropes and in the corners should be your strategy).
    Seconded. Don't walk yourself into the corner.

    Great job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kickidooda View Post
    I know the olympic taekwondo is with protection for the chest and helmet, but these guys seem to be doing full-contact without that. More like the muay thai, but without elbows/knees? taekwondo fight. I want tos ee more of this if anyone knows what it's from.
    A) Threadomantic derail n00b, tsk tsk

    B) No. not like Muay Thai. Like TKD without pads.

    D) TKD clinch - the LOL

    5) ESPN?

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