Just something I noticed when studying fight clips of Chuck Liddell. It seems like, because he's trying to stay out of takedown range, he's trying to fight from a pretty big distance. But sometimes it seems like he reaches with his punches, leaning really far forward. Is this a problem? Studying wrestling, one of the main sciences I've learned is that your head and shoulders should never go past the vertical plane of your hips and knees. I've also seen this in a lot of good stand-up fighters. Once you do that, you've committed your weight too far forward, and you're off balance. It seems to me like once Chuck does this, he's overextending himself and putting too much weight on the front leg. I know Chuck really knows his stuff on the feet, so I'm thinking either there's no problem with what he's doing, or he's aware of it and does it intentionally. Which is it?