WANCHALONG’S High Kick KO

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Control The Ring, Control The Outcome You can play a near-perfect game and still lose. This is the excitement of combat sports. You can be losing on all scorecards and still pull out a victory. Hell, you could be almost unconscious and still win the fight (e.g. Pat Barry vs. Cheick Kongo). Such is the beauty of combat sports. However, this means that any mistake can be your last. What do we do in a …

COUNTER The Left Power Kick

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Shut Down Southpaws’ Bread & Butter Everyone hates facing southpaws. Even southpaws hate facing southpaws. Today we’re learning the counter to the favorite technique of all southpaws — the southpaw left kick. Mirko Cro Cop has annihilated his opponents with it; ¬†Yodsanklai has cracked his opponents into new dimensions with it; and Samkor, the king of the left kick, has many times spammed his left kick like Chun Li. We’re going to shut that down. …

WIRACHAI’S Effortless Lead Uppercut KO

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Analysis of Wirachai’s Uppercut KO The lead uppercut is one of the underutilized gems of southpaw fighting. The lead hand in a southpaw vs orthodox match up is often overlooked. Many use the lead hand simply for hand fighting and to gain lead foot dominance. However, the lead uppercut is gaining steam…or regaining, I should say. Prince Naseem Hamed used the lead uppercut to great effect¬†in his day. Now, Benson Henderson and Conor Mcgregor both …

FRIDAY FIGHTS: Triple Right Cross KO

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Analysis of Manasak’s Triple Right Cross KO Smart strategy is about employing your advantages and exploiting your opponent’s disadvantages. In chess, trading pieces when you’re losing is like adding fuel to the fire right before you jump into it. In fighting, trading punches when you’re being rocked is the same as trading pieces. In an attempt to regain ground, you multiply your losses. Like a gambler who stubbornly places bigger bets after each loss, hoping …