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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-11-2006, 04:01 PM
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This is an impossible question to answer. It depends on your opponent and any number of other variables.

If I'm fighting a standup fighter with fast hands and sloppy legs, I'l throw a leg kick and shoot.

If I'm fighting a standup fighter with fantastic headkicks and knees, I'll throw a few punches at him before going into a judo clinch and tossing him on the mat.

If I'm fighting a standup fighter that loves to clinch, I'll throw a big headkick at the beginning to intimidate him and then shoot in and take hime down.

If' I'm fighting a grappler with good submissions, I'll stand and throw punches, mostly at his head, while I wait for him to try and take me down.

If I'm fighting a groundnpound grappler I'll throw a big combination at the beginning of the fight to let him know I mean business, then I'll judo clinch and try to get into side control or a mount, so I can smash his face.

Strategy depends so much on physical condition of both fighters, it depends on the intelligence of your opponent and his likelyhood to do something crazy. There are too many little things to try and account for.
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I agree 100%, this all depends on alot of different aspects, just ask Rich Franklin, I'm sure he's thought about his game plan against A. Silva many times over since his loss. I'm sure he has alot of questions he asked of himself.

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since what i know best is wrestling, jab to a takedown. then throw some elbows and if he gives me his back a RNC.
but i also know some boxing, which i would use on a good grappler, but a bad striker
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My best style is Kick boxing, so I always try to stay on my feet during fights. However if im up against a better striker then I'll try take him down and grapple. It all depends on your opponents style/conditioning/experience ect..
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i'm gonna have to agree with ironman and just say this question is impossible. but in any fight, you want to be well rounded and keep your opponent offgaurd. throw some kicks, mix up your striking, shoot if its open, submit if its there....its all based on how it feels and what your opponent gives you.
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Whatever it takes man, whatever it takes

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nut kick

hair pull

finger snaps

throat strikes


any of that shit goes in a street fight, im not saying like some kids school yard scrap but a real street fight where your head will get stomped in if you lose
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Strikers: I'd work off the jab throwing feints, slipping, catching, parrying, timing and countering. I'm going to hit whatever you give me.

Grapplers: Nonstop footwork probing for openings with the jab and exploding in with combinations and getting out before he reacts. There ain't going to be no ****ing clinching against the cage so it's basically take me off my feet (I WILL GET BACK UP) or get knocked out.

Embrace the pain...train hard bro...TRAIN!
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It's also good to distract the opponent with a kick or something before going in for a takedown attempt otherwise u'll eat a knee or kick.. I know!

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I stand with him and pound his face in. If he tries to take me down I sprawl. If he does take me down I either work for a submision, or, if his jiu jitsu is better, I sweep or stand up. If all of the above failed I would probably hold on until the end of the round or until the guy made a critical mistake.
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