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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-04-2010, 12:17 AM Thread Starter
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Favorite punch/kick combination?

This can include punches/kicks/knees/elbows

My favorite is... (Standing Orthodox)

Jab
Straight Right
Left Hook
Straight Right

All punches due to the fact that I did boxing before getting into MMA.

I also enjoy doing...

Jab
Straight Right
Right body kick

Nice and fast combo


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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-04-2010, 05:45 PM
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I live alone, and I'm constantly shadowboxing. Here are the ones that immediately come to mind.


All Orthodox
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Jab
Right Straight
Left body
Remain shelled, and power through with the
Left hook
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Straight Right
Left Uppercut
Straight Right
Left Hook
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Overhand Right
Left Hook
Right Knee
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Front Leg Kick
Jab
Straight Right
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Southpaw:
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All I can do without looking like a fool is Left Knee, Jab, or Right Hook. My poor brain doesn't work right in southpaw.
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Just to Clarify i train in Taekwon-do, Full Contact Kickboxing and K-1

All Orthodox

Not saying i land any of these too often but heres goes...

Jab
Cross
Back Leg Axe Kick (ala Andy Hug)
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Fake Jab
Back Side Kick (this kick has many names, its the Loiseau vs McCarthy one)

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Left Hook
Right Cross
Right Leg Kick (could be to the leg, body or head depending on how my punches landed)

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Double Jab
Right Hook to the body

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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-05-2010, 05:14 PM
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double jab
teep kick

jab
cross

jab
rear roundkick to body

obviously im long limbed and weak, and I need to look like im being aggressive while I run away from the division 1 wrestler I spar with
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southpaw

jab
left cross
right hook
left hook
right elbow as you posture back up

jab
fake jab
left upper cut/body shot
right upper cut/body shot

also a fan of using fake jabs to get into a clinch and work knees and upper cuts

I also love to setup left(rear)leg or body kicks and then instead of bringing it back just stay in orthodox for a bit. this will really throw people off esp if they arent used to fighting a lefty in the first place, and you end up right in their face. also gives them a lot of chances to hit back though
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Jab Cross Legkick

Keep going til he checks the leg then do it again but with a head-kick instead of a leg-kick

Oldest trick in the book
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Jab Cross Legkick

Keep going til he checks the leg then do it again but with a head-kick instead of a leg-kick

Oldest trick in the book
It works great if you do it for like 3 minutes straight even aftert they start to check it
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It works great if you do it for like 3 minutes straight even aftert they start to check it
Said favourite not most practical...
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Said favourite not most practical...
i wasnt correcting you just saying that i do that too, but you can really drag it out
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More Combo's than a McDonald's Menu!

I fight both orthodox and southpaw, because when I learned to fight (when I was 8) I was taught orthodox even though I am left handed, I later adopted southpaw. I switch stances based on conditions of the fight, the fighter's strengths, and if I want power or points.

I train primarily kickboxing and karate but I am also trained in Muay Thai.

Orthodox:

Jab
Cross
Left Hook to the head(possibly to the body depending of best option)
Right Kick to the leg or body kick

Jab
Right Hook
Looping Left Hook (used to set up kick even if missed)
Right Head or Leg Kick

Fake Jab
Body Cross (Pivot on left on front leg)
Left Hook

Southpaw:

Jab
Cross
Right Hook
Left Body Kick
Jab
Left Hook (possibly to body if opponent covers head)

Jab
Left Head Kick
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