Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Maladroit, May 25, 2014.
Just like he did against Faber. Was that the way to stop TJ's good footwork?
i thought the display of striking knowledge a few days ago, where the main message was circle and strike, was great knowledge for me - this was from a sherdogger and usually they arent the kind you get behind
angles were key in that fight, was spectacular
Barao never really recovered after the first rnd i think, I was surpised he survived it but maybe less kicks to possibly avoid being taken down off of them.
What if a bullfrog had wings? But seriously, what AP says about angles says it all. Let's see what Barao has for TJ in the rematch eh?
Considering the fact that one of the most effective ways to stop a fighter who uses a lot of lateral movement is to kick away at his legs, I wondered this as well
Leg kicks are overrated as a means of slowing guys down. They work best against guys who plant their feet, not against out fighters who move a lot. They stop in fighters from coming in, not out fighters from staying out.
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