Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by Shadess, Apr 24, 2016.
Krush 112 main event result
Cruiser title: K-Jee KO1 Hisaki Kato
Can anyone tell me what K-1 Khaos is?
K-1 third division, mostly People making their pro debut. They also use it like the next one to showcase the best participants from the reality show they have. (similar to TUF but in amateur)
Old feeder league for K1. I think its disbanded now
KHAOS has an event going down on April 4th with no spectators.
some podcasts about K'Festa 3.
I just watched Kubo vs Pikeur and thought Pikeur took 2-3.
Haven't watched the fight but i'll believe in you guys. Japan will Japan.
Kubo did a good job keeping Pikeur cautious of wading forward by countering him in the pocket and angling off his middle kicks to not be a target for counters
I thought he did enough to win, Pikeur didnt do terribly but never really got his fight going
RISE announced a slew of bouts for an April 29 show at Korakuen
Kubo did really well for sure, I gave him round 1 and he was winning 2 and 3 at first but I thought the late blitzing from Pikeur was enough to take 2 and 3. Not a robbery though very close fight.
How do you guys watch? I cant access abema on any VPN anymore
VPN wth softeher still works for me
Tenshin vs Yuki for a RISE show on June 14 (which will probably be cancelled)
Beynoah and Suakim also on the card, no opponents confirmed
Hello, welcome to the forum! Speed is important in fighting, but since you have never trained before I wouldn't worry about that aspect too much yet. If you are interested in training Kickboxing, then give it a try! I was interested in martial arts and combat sports my whole life, but did not start training until two or so years ago and it was one of the best decisions I ever made. Even if you don't like it, you can say you tried it. Plus, putting yourself out there and not being afraid to try new things is generally good practice in my opinion haha
There is also a Standup Technique forum here as well if you are interested in discussing things like your training, gyms in your area and things like that.
Here is a Boxing world champion punching a heavy bag as many times as he can in one minute. Based on what you're saying, you should be able to do a bit less than double the amount of punches he just did in one minute. I don't think you're measuring the amount of punches you are doing correctly
I am glad to hear you have decided to begin training though, I hope you enjoy it!
When you say normal punches, do you mean you are punching how Yodsanan is in the video I linked?
When you get the opportunity, try punching as fast as you can on a heavy bag. With gloves on as well, I think you will find yourself punching a good bit slower
Maybe you are the new Pacquiao with that speed
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