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View Poll Results: Most dangerous striking tool?
Fists 3 8.82%
Feet 0 0%
Shins 1 2.94%
Knees 10 29.41%
Elbows 20 58.82%
Forearms 0 0%
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oh yea I could just imaginethe devistation, but you have to get this just right and if you do, well I'd not want to be on the receiving end thats for sure

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hmmmm, im going with elbows. they can get into the nooks and crannies of your face better then say a leg or a knee,. I have seen so many fights where they call it due to some guys eyebrow gushing blood because of an elbow. Personally my favorite thing though is when a kick knocks someone out. Gets me every time.

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that is sweet to see a well placed kick

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Kicks...

Enter: Mirko Cro Cop
That man probably has the most lethal left foot in all of MMA.

And for your view pleasure: Kid Yamamoto vs Miyata

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I quess i pick the knees mostly becuse evey fight i have saw has yet to end with elbow stikes butsing up some one. Or KO because of them.

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I quess i pick the knees mostly becuse evey fight i have saw has yet to end with elbow stikes butsing up some one. Or KO because of them.

I have seen toooooons of fights where people get busted up by elbows.....havent't I? CRAP. Now you are making me doubt my own memory.


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the first TUF I think it was Leben who got busted by an elbow when he lost his fight when he had the cut open over his eye. I know someone got busted over the eye and it was an elbow. I think, man that was so long ago.

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Love the Crocop clips, Ong. But Crocop is just proof that all strikes are necessary. Even though he's not a 8 point system fighter he definitely has proven that he's got the best feet and some heavy hands.



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I quess i pick the knees mostly becuse evey fight i have saw has yet to end with elbow stikes butsing up some one. Or KO because of them.
A few great examples of the effectiveness of elbows can be seen in these fights: Goerges St. Pierre vs Shean Sherk, David Loiseau vs Gideon Ray, and Anderson Silva vs Tony Fryklund. Inside the clinch and on the ground, elbows are probably the most effecient strikes at a fighters disposal.

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A few great examples of the effectiveness of elbows can be seen in these fights: Goerges St. Pierre vs Shean Sherk, David Loiseau vs Gideon Ray, and Anderson Silva vs Tony Fryklund. Inside the clinch and on the ground, elbows are probably the most effecient strikes at a fighters disposal.
Absolutely. Too bad that clip got pulled.



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