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post #21 of 51 (permalink) Old 12-07-2011, 11:20 PM
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Mounted elbows. Watch Jon Jones's fight with Matt Hammill. That was a clinic.
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post #22 of 51 (permalink) Old 12-08-2011, 03:04 AM
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Stomps to the face, Side Knees to a downed opponent, Elbows from the mount position.
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Lebens face to fist style is pretty brutal.
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But Leban's style of fighting is only so effective. Whenever he's faced on elite wrestler he's been handled easily. Otherwise I agree that stomps are brutal which is why the Unified rules bares them.

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For me it's a properly applied heel hook. Makes me whince in pain just watching it everytime.
Most definitely. A slight twist and your knee's getting ripped apart and putting you o0ut for months.
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All of you are right.

I think the most painful move to practice in TRAINING, is the cross face. Of course you have accidents in training, but when you are practicing cross facing in practice it fricken hurts and generally you can't wait to get your partner back
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All of you are right.

I think the most painful move to practice in TRAINING, is the cross face. Of course you have accidents in training, but when you are practicing cross facing in practice it fricken hurts and generally you can't wait to get your partner back
Especially when the parter is considerably bigger than you. I'm 155 lbs so i know the feeling.

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As someone who has had 2 major knee surgeries (at 23 Y/O) its heel hooks and Kneebars. When i'm rolling i will do everything i can to fight off blood chokes, air chokes, armbars etc but as soon as someone has a heel hook or kneebar i tap like a bitch. Every time i see one it makes me cringe - They can do career ending damage like nothing else in MMA.

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As someone who has had 2 major knee surgeries (at 23 Y/O) its heel hooks and Kneebars. When i'm rolling i will do everything i can to fight off blood chokes, air chokes, armbars etc but as soon as someone has a heel hook or kneebar i tap like a bitch. Every time i see one it makes me cringe - They can do career ending damage like nothing else in MMA.
I always tapped fast to heel hooks too. they feel scary.

But, I'm sticking with neck cranks. 7 years and a fortune in therapy and pain management drugs later, I sometimes have a hard time backing my truck out of the driveway.

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You got neck cranked and are still suffering from it? Wow, how did that happen? Also I feel warry about heel hooks as well.

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