Agression from distance

Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by Andry, Sep 18, 2010.

  1. Andry

    Andry White Belt

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    Ive got my first fight coming up in october. I wanna keep the fight standing and i probably have a reach advantage. I want to be aggressive, chase him around with punches and keep him backing but i also want to maintin distance so i dont get takedowned. got any tips?
     
  2. NuTzOnSwOll

    NuTzOnSwOll Purple Belt

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    u dont use a reach advantage by going foward.

    good luck !
     
  3. SpineBreaker

    SpineBreaker Orange Belt

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    You better be fighting a nobody, if you don't know how to do these things.

    They're kind of like, important to fighting.
     
  4. NuTzOnSwOll

    NuTzOnSwOll Purple Belt

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    :icon_lol:

    then realising you're serious.....

    :rolleyes:

    and once again.....:icon_lol:
     
  5. SteelHammer

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    use roundhouses to the legs using your foot instead of your shin. that maximizes use of long leg reach, and keeps him from rushing inside with punches
     
  6. Andry

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    double thread sry mods u can delete this one. Thnx for the advice!
     

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