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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-18-2012, 02:54 AM Thread Starter
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Unusual guillotine to "cutter" move I saw.

I seen a teacher in a mma fight in my local town mma class get a guillotine on a guy then pivot into a 180 degree "cutter" fall too the ground and tko the guy I guess. They stopped the match. I thought the dudes jaw must've been separated. The nearest thing me and my friends could liken it to was the old wwe wrestler Matt hardys "twist of fate" is this a normal mma move what's the deal? It was pretty neat just wondering if other fighters use this. Any ideas about it?
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I've never actually seen anything like what you are describing. It could be the guys person add-on to make the guillotine more effective??


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Never saw anything like it before. Also, you saw a teacher, you didn';t seen him. Grammer police are about!




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I thought you were correcting my grammar there for a second hah


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