Having a corner team in combat sports isn’t just about saying when you’ve won a round or wiping the blood from your nose, the tactical advice given at the correct time can be the difference epic victory and devastating defeat. It is interesting to see the experienced corner men dissecting what they’ve seen in the previous rounds and offering strategic advice to overcome problems and land shots. Anybody who takes part in training, sparring or fighting should take note that an opponent will fall into pattern like behaviour, especially when tired, rocked or nervous. Finding gaps and spotting patterns is key to maximising the effect of technique power and speed. Brilliant video.
They try and use rap music as a reason for the violence, but there’s no real evidence which suggests so. If you put aside why people make degrading music and focus on the consumers, you can see there is high demand for fuck bitch nigga shit, and there always will be. Continue reading Rap music influencing life – Quality matters more than content
Relaxed, poised, powerful, quick and responsive. The art of beautiful pad work is down to the relationship between holder and holdee. Here we see Simonchai displaying effective technique showcasing a variety of traditional Muay Thai techniques. It looks easy when the professionals do it. Excellent workout.
The violence is evident but true warriors will give respect. It might be weird to see 2 guys going so hard at each other and then pausing to shake hands…even hug….but thats what makes it so entertaining. Continue reading Great fight – True spirit Cowboy Vs Yancy