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#103675 - 12/16/01 12:10 PM favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
martinnitram Offline
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Registered: 11/27/01
Posts: 108
Loc: england
Mine would have to be the good old gyaku zuki, i also like playing with low mawashi geri's followed by a ueshiro mawashi geri with the same leg. Ueshiro mawashi geri followed with a spinning sweep gets good momentum aswell

please post your fav combinations when sparring

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#103676 - 12/16/01 07:24 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
Ishinguy Offline
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Registered: 10/29/01
Posts: 64
Loc: Ontario, Canada
I like to fake a chudan gyaku followed up quickly with a jodan uracken

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#103677 - 12/28/01 07:45 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
martinnitram Offline
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Registered: 11/27/01
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a pesonal favourite of mine too.

simple but hardley ever failes. Another of that type is the oi zuki lunge punch towards jodan then a gyaku zuki chudan with your right hand. Use the first attack for distancing and something to put in ukes face thus opening him up for the quick gyaku.



[This message has been edited by martinnitram (edited 01-01-2002).]

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#103678 - 12/28/01 08:52 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
Ishinguy Offline
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Registered: 10/29/01
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Loc: Ontario, Canada
I like that too ! I have watched the Ticky Donovan tapes and he preaches a lot of simple moves like we have mentioned, easy but effective !

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#103679 - 01/04/02 06:31 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
martinnitram Offline
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Registered: 11/27/01
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its funny you should mention that because i was watching one of his tapes the other day.

I like the way he coaches his fighters too. He comes up with lots of good drills that leave you exhausted.

Speaking of drills take a look at the one i posted in 'martialarts talk'

and please post some of your favourites.



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#103680 - 02/09/02 05:30 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
joesixpack Offline
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Registered: 02/04/02
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With rear leg, fake hook kick then switch to mawashi geri. Sucks a lot of people in.

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#103681 - 11/06/02 07:09 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
Genki_Geri Offline
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Registered: 11/05/02
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Loc: Bronx, New York, United States
My favorite combination is always a left mawashi geri followed by a right spinning kakatu geri

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#103682 - 02/18/03 01:49 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
Geoff Offline
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Registered: 02/07/03
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Loc: UK
Jujigatame usually does it for me!

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#103683 - 02/20/03 04:44 AM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
taebot Offline
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The only thing I do consistently is when an undisciplined fighter goes southpaw on me and I use footwork to set up on the outside of the right foot, then use the reverse punch to isolate, freeze, and trap leaving the head open for a short, sharp left cross or ridgehand.

Everthing else is a progression of reads that leads to one of only three techniques that I ever use and those are hitting techniques not "set-up" techniques. That's a pure waste of technique and practice.

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#103684 - 03/28/03 07:22 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
Chen Zen Offline
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Registered: 02/09/03
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Set up techniques a waste? You cant be serious. PLEASE tell me your not. As a TKD practioner I use a lot of kicks> Id say I throw as many fakes as i do real techniques. Make them think I'm trying to kick them in the head then when the move in.. WHAM the real kick. Or punch. or grapple or whatever. I bet you are a boring fighter Tae what with three techniques you use. Why waste time learning all the rest?

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#103685 - 05/03/03 07:32 AM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
Shoot-Fighter Offline
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Registered: 05/03/03
Posts: 12
Loc: From Points U nknown
I like juji-gatame as well.

I also like entering behind a jab/cross combo with pressure. As he covers, change level and blast through him on the way to the ground. Take spider mount, ground and pound.

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#103686 - 05/14/03 03:11 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
Ender Offline
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Registered: 04/29/03
Posts: 2253
Loc: Burlington, Ontario, Canada
My main kicks are two fold. Mae Geri (front kick) and Ashi Barai (sweep)

Whenever they advance on me with punches, Ill usually fire off a lead leg mae geri and clip them as they come in.

If they advance on me with a kick, ill dash to the inside or outside of the kick (depending on what kick it is) and sweep the other leg, then move in with a punch when their on their back wondering what the heck happened.

I never kick above rib cage level, because its a bad thing to get used to, due to some times, in my organization, there is no head contact allowed. Sometimes they have full contact, sometimes they dont. I like my technqiues to be able to be used at any time. Though, depending on the situation, I do change my techniques, thought usually it stays the same.

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#103687 - 08/23/03 12:47 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
BlackDragon Offline
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Registered: 08/22/03
Posts: 6
Inside crescent kick switch to side kick at last second. Front kick feint then roundhouse to head. Ridgehand fake then tag face with backfist.

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#103688 - 04/02/04 11:32 PM Re: favourite combination/moves in competition fighting.
MuayThaiCouger Offline
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Registered: 04/02/04
Posts: 8
Loc: Canada
for MuayThai/Kickboxing/K-1: Thai Shin kick to the neck is always a classic (but i normaly go for the leg)

MMA/ValeTudo/NHB: same ( though i do love to see the good old Flying arm bar)

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