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Old 01-14-2013, 10:17 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by MMA-Sportsman View Post
I don't remember the Couture/Toney one, I'll have to re watch, but shouldn't a regular double be on a straight line with the opponent thrown backwards onto his butt? I remember Chael shooting the double and then spinning Anderson around, basically running around him while getting a hold of him, making him losing his balance from the spin. I thought that was a little more complex than a straight double and I found very nice to watch.
Actually a correct double drives sideways after contact so that the guy cannot sprawl. Sonnen hits a lot of power doubles which are just driving through a guy but if your sprawl super well it can be stopped.

Also the couture Toney fight was a low ankle pick in no way did randy shoot in and get a outside single. He was basically laying on the floor when he took James down.

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