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Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by blueman11, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. blueman11

    blueman11 White Belt

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    Post your favourite combo
    mine is:

    Left Hook (Body)
    Right Head Kick
    Right Leg Kick
     
  2. Uchi Mata

    Uchi Mata Preaching the gospel of heel hooks and left kicks

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    jab, cross, foot switch left high kick
     
  3. NakMuayFarang

    NakMuayFarang White Belt

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    Jab, right hook, switch step to left knee followed by left head kick.

    or good old Jab right cross (keep it in face) right kick to the body.
     
  4. CaseyJ0nes

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    you must get all the knockouts with that one
     
  5. gotobread

    gotobread Purple Belt

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    Jab, jab, jab, jab, right uppercut, left uppercut, right cross, left body kick, right body kick, jab, left hook, left uppercut, left hook, right uppercut, right hook, right cross, left knee, left elbow, flying right knee, flying left knee, right elbow, left headkick. Works every time.
     
  6. NakMuayFarang

    NakMuayFarang White Belt

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    Favorite doesnt mean it actually works i just like to do that combo!
     
  7. Centaur

    Centaur Black Belt

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    That's a good one, for sure.
     
  8. NakMuayFarang

    NakMuayFarang White Belt

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    Blinding the opponent with your glove gives you a few instants to choose your target.

    but you cant do it more than once or twice per fight... they kinda expect it after a while.
     
  9. SAAMAG

    SAAMAG San Antonio Applied Martial Arts Group

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    I'm trying to play this one out in my head but can't figure how it would work. My left body hooks dig, meaning, I'm in close. A right head kick wouldn't make sense being at that range, nor would a low leg kick.

    If I'm leading with a body hook, I'd go with something like a left body hook, left head hook, right cross to neck grab, right knee, right head kick. The combinations should fall in line with the opponent's defenses and what the natural response would be for that range.
     
  10. Lionidas

    Lionidas Brown Belt

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    Jab
    Cross
    Cross
    L Hook
    Right kick

    ^ My all time favorite so far.
     
  11. Cannon_6

    Cannon_6 Green Belt

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    Yeah, I love any combination that involves a left hook followed by a right kick. If you get the distance right, you can really slam both techniques.
     
  12. SteelHammer

    SteelHammer Green Belt

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    oh yea, the old 11118745123045812413461545. they do that combo all the time in K-1
     
  13. Wolveswithkeys

    Wolveswithkeys something awful

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    You lead with a left hook to the body? :icon_conf
     
  14. MilitantWorker

    MilitantWorker Blue Belt

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    parry, parry, parry, counter, counter, counter, counter, catch the kick, KTFO
     
  15. gotobread

    gotobread Purple Belt

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    Yeah, right. You think I didn't plan for that??
     
  16. NuTzOnSwOll

    NuTzOnSwOll Purple Belt

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    tsk-tsk

    what happened to the good ol teep ?
     
  17. MilitantWorker

    MilitantWorker Blue Belt

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    wuz jokin sheesh

    anyways, I like Ernesto Hoost Muay Thai and also Anderson Silva's striking combo DVD's...ya'll should check them out...

    ...how about the good old jab, cross, grab shoulder > clinch knee?..or the jab, elbow, elbow, rear uppercut, and of course the double thai kick
     
  18. NuTzOnSwOll

    NuTzOnSwOll Purple Belt

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    i know......just saying.
     
  19. Tsingani

    Tsingani White Belt

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    I like this one

    its kinda like 2 combos.. a 1-2 and a 3 hit combo with a slight offbeat pause for the double Cross

    ive never really thought about doubling up the right hand
     
  20. SteelHammer

    SteelHammer Green Belt

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    I don't really see how this combo would work. First off you should probably start with a jab, or at least something to the face, and typically before throwing a right kick I'd want to do a right cross punch, so that my right shoulder is forward and right hip is back, so that the punch starts to pull your right hip forward for the kick. This is the basis of the 1-2-kick combo which is probably the most common kickboxing combo. also, why head kick first and leg kick second? if you've already kicked them in the head he's falling down so you can't really get in (and dont need) a leg kick. Besides, a hook punch is a close range punch, and you can't really kick his head from that close in unless you're andy hug
     

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