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    Spinning back heel kick followed by spinning back fist

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    jab, right, left hook to body left hook to head, right hand, left hook. Nobody withstands that combo.

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    Here is a quick combo I won a match with last month

    Jab, right hook to the body, left hook to the body, clinch back of the neck and knee to the face.

    After the two body shots he brought his hands way down allowing me to get a Muay Thai clinch pulled his head down with force to meet my knee coming up. He was out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caine2878 View Post
    Here is a quick combo I won a match with last month

    Jab, right hook to the body, left hook to the body, clinch back of the neck and knee to the face.

    After the two body shots he brought his hands way down allowing me to get a Muay Thai clinch pulled his head down with force to meet my knee coming up. He was out.
    thats a good combo. getting a Knee ko is unlike anything else. Just feeling your knee connect with his face is so good. try to not double up on the body shots too often as you leave your face exposed for a second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rampage9712 View Post
    thats a good combo. getting a Knee ko is unlike anything else. Just feeling your knee connect with his face is so good. try to not double up on the body shots too often as you leave your face exposed for a second.
    Naw I don't use the double body shot alot, but it was setup by single body shots throughout the fight. After about the 3rd or 4th body shot landed I saw that he would start to drop his hands down to his side so between rounds my corner said hit him with a body shot early and if he drops his hands again I want you to go high and come back with a double body shot and then left hook straight right upstairs.

    They wanted me to throw the punches up top but I saw the opening for the knee and went for it. Worked to perfection. Usually don't go against the corner but I felt as if I could put him out with the knee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caine2878 View Post
    Naw I don't use the double body shot alot, but it was setup by single body shots throughout the fight. After about the 3rd or 4th body shot landed I saw that he would start to drop his hands down to his side so between rounds my corner said hit him with a body shot early and if he drops his hands again I want you to go high and come back with a double body shot and then left hook straight right upstairs.

    They wanted me to throw the punches up top but I saw the opening for the knee and went for it. Worked to perfection. Usually don't go against the corner but I felt as if I could put him out with the knee.
    That sounds good. Love hearing about people's fight from their own perspective on what they did, what the could do better, etc. I havent had a pro fight yet, i have been pushed to but I really want to make sure that not only am i ready, but far beyond that. I want to have a ko for every fight, no decisions.

    any other fight experiences?

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