Without a your trickiest setup, no brilliant KO is possible. Lucky shots aside, you need to set up your knockout blow several moves ahead of time – just like Sean Fagan does in this tutorial. . .
CONFUSE & FOOL YOUR OPPONENT FOR THE KO WIN
Every single technique needs a setup.
Now, a setup does not itself have to be a technique. As we saw in TJ Dillashaw‘s fight against Cody Garbrandt, sometimes no setup is in a way a setup. (See the results on the right.
A setup means putting your opponent in a position where the likelihood of you landing your strike is very high. This is why putting your opponent against the ropes or cage or in the corner can be so valuable.
With the right, smart setup, you can land almost any technique.
In this video, you’re going to see one of Sean Fagan‘s favorite and trickiest setups he uses to get the knockout:
MY TRICKIEST MUAY THAI KO SETUP TECHNIQUE
SETUPS AS A MEASURE OF SUCCESS
Why is this technique so effective? Because you are gauging your opponent’s reaction while putting yourself in minimal danger. That’s the best kind of measuring stick.
If you are able to gauge your opponent’s reaction while standing at a safe distance away and in strong balance, you will be able to defend and counter if your setup goes wrong. If all goes well, you can get the knockout. Win-win.
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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.