The fairbairn/ Applegate systems
(This is a really obscure shot at BJJ. because of their head outside singles.)
I thought that was exactly why the uniform for drug dealers was an Addidas tracksuit.
Vs CM punk?
So there is going to be a cheeky training session before fight night,
But more importantly it means we will have Rob Gruiffrida, Kyle Noke, Ben...
It is harder to win if you haven't power bombed your guy in to the deck and then jumped on him.
But you do get better at transitioning...
Cos you can't stand back up?
You go to your knees first. Or if you have the guy super lifted. You just call it and let him down.
I don't take big falls well anymore.
Forward pressure as in that staying in the pocket for too long.
So you might throw five shots in to their guard to get the fifth one through....
Yes it sort of does. And amateur boxing more so.
Because of the style of their striking. They get in do damage and then get out.
The ground is a complicated and nuanced idea. And for some reason non sporting fight instructors don't seem to understand nuance.
There is a whole bunch of stuff that makes chun just really bad for takedowns. Like the forward pressure concepts.
And you will find chunners...
You time your entry so they miss.
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