Great fights for stand up technique

Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by MarcoW, Oct 6, 2013.

  1. MarcoW

    MarcoW Bojacked Horsehungman

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    Hey guys im wondering what are some good fights demonstrating striking clinics...
    mma, kyokushin, k1, boxing, etc.

    What are good classic strike offs
     
  2. Gavster

    Gavster Purple Belt

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    For quick back and forth footwork and precision striking: Anderson Silva
    For speed and lateral movement, Kenny Florian. There's a YouTube of him drilling lateral movement.
    For baiting, picking distance and dropping bodyweight to KO: Fedor Emelianenko
    I do like Mark Hominics style too. He has decent technique!
     
  3. OoopsaDaisey

    OoopsaDaisey Black Belt in DEEP Megaton

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    Joe Rogan, is that you?
     
  4. Gavster

    Gavster Purple Belt

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    How about saying something useful instead of clicheing me?
     
  5. Bluesbreaker

    Bluesbreaker Black Belt

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    This one instantly came to mind. Both guys fight so tight.

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  6. 3pac

    3pac Green Belt

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    de la hoya vs mayorga for boxing
     
  7. DoctorTaco

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    I really liked bispings footwork and angles against Alan belcher
     
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    spunkbun** Banned Banned

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    [YT]8KS8EZaCivE[/YT]
     
  9. Azam

    Azam Brown Belt

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    Kyokushin Knockdown:

    Hiroki Kurosawa vs unknown (shin or tayski might know not sure):



    (low kicking combinations half way through).

    Kurosawa's was p4p hardest low kicker in knockdown or Kyokushin period - those low kicking combinations he threw were a thing of beauty (apparently back in the day he used to toughen his shins on steel pipes....that is not a pretty thought if it's true).
     
  10. Matt

    Matt Titanium Belt

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    Kicking clinic.

     
  11. shinkyoku

    shinkyoku Brown Belt

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    Im pretty certain it is Kevin Pepperell from NZ.
     
  12. Phlog

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    YES!

    Enjoyed that.

    I cannot get down with that karate though. Just ain't pleasing to the eye, guess I'm probably missing something through ignorance.

    Matt's 50sec clip is cool. Always wanted to just keep blasting kicks like that on someone. He was hitting the elbow an didn't give any of the fucks. A thing of beauty.
     
  13. BananaStandMan

    BananaStandMan Green Belt

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    Here is the goat of Thai boxing showing an Irish kick-boxer how its done

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  14. hell wall

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    Type in the youtube: gohkan saki hl. And roy jones jr hl....this should provide some nice pure striking
     
  15. Kaioken x 10

    Kaioken x 10 Brown Belt

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    Pernell Whitaker schooling pretty much any of his opponents. Besides his fight against Trinidad, you can basically watch any of his fights to see a boxing clinic. Just 12 rounds of him punching the other guy cleanly while not getting hit himself
     
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  16. HomerPlata

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    Awesome thread! This should keep me busy for a while !icon_chee
     
  17. Mocrates

    Mocrates Ik ben Groot.

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    [YT]IvlFoQTse8s[/YT]

    Some beautiful combos and great body work.
     
  18. ihatenewcarsmel

    ihatenewcarsmel White Belt

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    Boxing clinics:
    For some reason I just never get sick of watching these (in no meaningful order):

    Bernard putting a beating on Glenn Johnson.
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    Klitschko fucking up Ray Mercer.
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    Less of a clinic and more of a beat the shit out of without getting sloppy.

    Mayweather completely dominating Gatti.
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  19. MurphysLawyer

    MurphysLawyer Orange Belt

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    The man that Anderson Silva always wanted to grow up to be-

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  20. Sano

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    Nice. I'm ashamed to say I haven't seen any of his fights yet.
     

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