I wanna be able to murder you all! But no, in all seriousness, I wonder how aware people are of their own style and what techniques people favour and why. I'm a southpaw, and my game I would say is a mix up, I feel like I use all aspects of Muay Thai decently enough but on the whole I would describe myself as someone that uses punches and knees the most effectively and uses kicks for the sake of distance and setting up punches. My go to techniques are 1) My jab, right upper cut, and left straight, and I will tend to feint between them all. I also have a southpaw left hook that I've honestly managed to land way more than you'd expect given the distance. 2) Right side teep: which I fell in love with after watching Samart Payakaroon dominate opposition with it. When I first started using it I was able to spam it with very little consequence, although my training partners have wised up to it now, I usually use it in combination with my jab. I use it to both the body and the thigh. 3) Left body kick: while I do think that my switch kick is harder than my left body kick, I became obsessed with improving my left kick because I would never throw it, I'd consistently throw switch kicks but that lack of variety always bothered me. So I went through a stage of doing my best Rafael Dos Anjos impression and throwing it as much as I possibly could. Now I throw it out there all the time. 4) Dieselnoi Knees: While I'm still working on this technique a lot, I've been getting into the habit of throwing knees more how Dieselnoi did with less lean back and more torque. I feel that they hit harder and my sparring partners have said that its stronger to them than the regular straight knees you often see people do. As I spend a lot of time in the clinch when possible I find that the lack of lean back makes me a lot more balanced and has also benefited me in my sambo training, being able to strike with knees without the fear of getting swept immediately. I'd say the fighters that influence me the most are: Samart Payakaroon, who I've borrowed a lot of my outside game from, especially with side kicks and left straights, I'd also say I borrow a lot from Conor McGregor love him or hate him. Sagat, who's boxing in muay thai is something I've always envied, there is no wasted motion and I try to emulate him as much as possible Dieselnoi, who really got me to love the clinch game and also teeping! Sakmongkol and Ramon Dekkers, who while seemingly very different instyle both have great striking combinations and balance that have really helped me. Watching Sakmongkol tutorials with his floating block and such have done wonders for my technique. Of course I'm not in the same stratosphere as any of the fighters that influenced me, but I just wanted to prompt discussion of what techniques we favour and why. As martial artists I think we can sometimes forget that we can be influenced in technique and form in the same way that an illustrator or musician might be, and I thought I'd prompt some discussion! Hopefully this doesn't come across as pretentious, as that's not my intention!