Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by spacetime, Jul 8, 2020.
I agreed with you bud
Melvin was never really on my radar for hardest kickers. Hardest punchers sure, but kickers?
Sorry it was not clear to me.
Saki has a lot more KO wins than Rico. Rico is more of a volume striker and has never really been known for being a power striker compared to the likes of Saki as mentioned, Aerts, Lebanner, Hari, etc etc.
I thought Melvin was a famous powerhouse low kicker.
his strikes are very powerful dunno what else to say
Aerts and Crocop probably?
He has some very powerful kicks but hardly the hardest kicker.
Can we give TS a ban? He's already on a double yellow. It's been long overdue.
We talking p4p or overall. Because heaps of thai's kick harder, and I believe the likes of aerts or cro cop generated more force.
I don't know why this thread was moved since it was based on fights, not technique. And the kickboxing forum is the fight forum
You posted in the Kickboxing and Muay Thai forum about a MMA fighter being the hardest kicker. That has nothing to do with Kickboxing fights. Thankfully the mods moved your piece of shit thread to the garbage dump that is F11.
He has 52 kickboxing fights you retard, more than mma
Is it good kick spacetime?
Manhoeff seemed to be one of those fighters who seemed to have ungodly power but for whatever reason, didn't get the knock outs to substantiate that power. Pat Barry was another one like this.
Someone's getting upset it seems
Half of his kickboxing fights were in the 90's and there's not even video recordings of them. Go back to KO'ing jackets mate.
Sad that rather than just wastelanding this shit, it gets moved here
height affects the power of the kick, depending on the persons flexibility..........someone very flexible should be able to kick to the head with the same power as to the leg......someone without the flexiblity, will be able to kick the leg, much stronger than the head.
Don't think so. It's been shown that punching downward generates more force than upward, due to gravity. It's the same physique to kicks.
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