So I am going to set aside some time everyday to train a lead leg variation of the brazilian kick, because Mr. Brazilian Kick Glaube Feitosa inspires me haha YouTube - Brazilian Kick Highlight and also because I don't see many MT guys throw this kick. I'm asking people who have been able to pull off this move in actual competition, or during heavy sparring. The reason I made the caveat of heavy sparring is because there's a guy in my gym who in light sparring catches EVERYONE with these lightning fast TKD combos (that I recognize from my TKD competition days), but he's never been able to land them convincingly when we spar heavier at like 80%. So I don't want to be doing kicks that seem to catch people when we're screwing around in the gym, but aren't going to help me down the line if/when I compete. I have a few questions: - I'm 155lbs: for you guys that are light like me, will I have stopping power behind this kick? Feitosa is a HW so I am guessing his huge leg is a reason why he is KO'ing people with a front brazilian kick. - How did you train accuracy with this kick to be able to pull it off? - What are some general comments you have with regards to when to do it, combos you like with it, how to fool your partner/opponent, etc.? Thanks!