Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Durr T Sanchez, Dec 27, 2016.
Does she just completely ignore the 1st range of combat?
Worked for Rampage
Edmond bro...he's ruined an already terrible human being. Instead of training kicks she should really start training mental stability.
Honestly, some MMA fighters would be better off not throwing one single kick ever.
Doesn't count because Rampage is a once in a lifetime athlete
I think you are asking too much from coach Edmond.
I remember hearing in an interview her saying that since Fedor never kicked, she shouldn't have to either, haha.
Fedor also said women shouldn't compete in MMA. It's your move Ronda.
I think her knees are messed up from Judo. I read somewhere she doesnt even run for conditioning.
Edmond trained both Elaine and Ronda to use their kicks in the most deadly of fashions.
"There are no kicks in kung fu"
Honestly for someone with a big background in grappling I think you are much better off following the BJ Penn model of only learning kick defense and not the Hendricks model of only learning half assed kick offenders.
BJ Penn leant back and slipped numerous southpaw high kicks against Ken Flo, Ronda ate a big one against Holm.
Ronda you big bully
She looked sompletely lost, and unable to time Holly's oblique kicks. She literally walked right into them, not being able to time her kicking rhythm, or anticipating her kicks.
Amanda might decapitate her just like Holly, except she won't have to soften her up first, but blast her straight off the bat.
Also, Holly's pitiful striking power actually allowed Ronda to survive to the 2nd round. She should've taken her or in the 1st, how badly she was tagging her.
Ronda doesn't train any striking at all, of course she doesn't train kicks.
She can't even punch properly and you're asking about kicks lol
Why would she, Ronda tucks her chin (kinda) and charges her opponent like a bully on the playground, grabs a hold and takes fighters for a ride normally arm barring them in a few seconds.
Shit worked until she met a fighter that could take a side step.