Muay Thai Sparring Breakdown: Sean Fagan vs. Jeff Chan

Muay Thai Sparring Analysis

There is no faster way to learn than through breaking down your own technique.

Your opponents will be using your fight footage to break you down so they can mess you up. Why not fix your weaknesses and amplify your strengths to leave them with nothing but air? Analyzing yourself is no different from analyzing any fight. You begin with the hard shots that landed and retrace how they landed in the first place.

What mistakes did you make?

What mistakes did your opponent make?

How did your opponent create openings?

Did your opponent force openings or did you simply make a careless mistake?

“Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From quiet reflection will come even more effective action.” Sparring is your action. Breaking down your sparring is the quiet reflection. From this quiet reflection, you will spot your strengths and your weaknesses. You will find ways to further capitalize on your strengths and ways to hide your weaknesses.

Still don’t know where to start? Then let’s learn from the experts.

In this video, Sean Fagan is sparring with his longtime training partner and Glory fighter Chris Mauceri.

When you’re sparring with someone who you’ve sparred with for years, many of your weaknesses can be further revealed and many of your strengths can be nullified. However, this means that you can find even more ways around. Imagine spending years getting your strengths blocked. Won’t this mean you have years of getting around the methods that your opponents will use to get around your strength?

For a full analysis of Sean’s sparring session with Chris, check out the video below.

Muay Thai Sparring Session Breakdown

Nak Muay Nation 2.0 is coming, and coming along with it are more breakdowns of sparring sessions.

If the popularity of Jack Slack and Lawrence Kenshin and the boom of fight analysis has broken anything, it’s that analysis of any fights, be they historic fights or your own sparring sessions, can teach amazing lessons.

It taught us that you can learn from any fight or fighter. You are not simply limited to the ones in your weight class. There are lessons to be learned from all fighters around the globe.

Speaking of lessons from fighters around the world…

Yes, Nak Muay Nation 2.0 is coming and with more breakdowns of sparring sessions. However, more than that, you will have exclusive access to content from Sylvie von Duuglas-Ittu, Lawrence Kenshin, Paul Banasiak, Chris Mauceri, Tiffany van Soest, and more! Get hyped.

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Evan is a gourmand of combat sports from Taiwan. He appreciates the beauty of Muay Thai movement and all other movements. He's got no rudder so if the winds blow northerly, he goes north. His goal is to achieve and appreciate.

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