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post #11 of 66 (permalink) Old 01-21-2007, 12:06 AM
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Big Nog vs Bob Sapp, even though Big Nog took one hell of a beating. Genki Sudo vs Butterbean is a classic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lthhFU0pXuc
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Big Nog vs Bob Sapp, even though Big Nog took one hell of a beating. Genki Sudo vs Butterbean is a classic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lthhFU0pXuc
6'0" 183lbs vs 6'8" 600lbs, yet another classic, until the yellow card was boring(13:22 seconds and all the action was shown), unlike the genki sudo fight , genki brought entertainment and action.

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this is the genki sudo from start to finish, ring entrance too!!!! watch to see why genki is the man!!!
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Dude, avoid fighting if at all possible, but if something goes down remember: It's a street fight. You do whatever the hell you have to do to put him down. Don't stand up and trade punches with him. His reach combined with his weight means you're going to get smacked hard and probably won't hurt him too bad. Avoid it, but if you can, kick his nuts, claw him in the face, do whatever you have to do to survive.

It's all about intensity man. If that cat attacks you and realizes he's attacking a maniac, he'll back off. But the best thing you can do is just avoid it.
I agree 100%, only fight as a last resort and if you have to fight, hit hard, hit fast, hit first and get him to the ground, and absolutely kick him in the nuts, it's a street fight no rules apply.

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i know this isnt really mma related but i need to know how to fight a big guy on the street...i'd say hes about 6'4 maybe 250....i'm lik 5'7 and 165 lol...this guy wont let up and i'm thinking i might get dragged into something...

i've been doing mma for a few months now and in sparring sessions when i spar with bigger guys i always have the problem of not committing to the punch when i get in close because they're soo much bigger than me...i have pretty fast hands and ok defense but if i get hounded by this guy on the street i dont know how i'd deal with it...my sensai says to just ignore him but its no that easy

if anyone can give me any pointers so that i dont get reamed it'd be great lol
well given the situation (his size vs your experiance) you are kind of in a rut. and since you said this isnt exactly MMA related, then i offer you street advice. wear a jacket and keep your hands in your pocket, but have brass knuckles laced around your fingers. if he comes, you can just pull out your hand and land a shot on the bridge of his nose. i dont know the circumstances nor relationship between you and your aggressor but a final resort would be to stab him in the belly. dont forget about running if you have to either. there is a time to fight and a time to flee. like i said, this isnt MMA advice, just how things were done when i grew up. take care.
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well given the situation (his size vs your experiance) you are kind of in a rut. and since you said this isnt exactly MMA related, then i offer you street advice. wear a jacket and keep your hands in your pocket, but have brass knuckles laced around your fingers. if he comes, you can just pull out your hand and land a shot on the bridge of his nose. i dont know the circumstances nor relationship between you and your aggressor but a final resort would be to stab him in the belly. dont forget about running if you have to either. there is a time to fight and a time to flee. like i said, this isnt MMA advice, just how things were done when i grew up. take care.
that is a great way to get his shit pushed in at an early age.

the best thing to do is as i have said earlier, continue training. in the street the best thing you build is cardio, the normal guy has only about 1 minute of air in his fight.
the more you see punches coming at you the more air you will have and more calm you will be. your punches will flow instead of being pushed.
work on your ground game, bigger guys generally believe they have and advantage on the ground with a smaller guy. sharpen your ground game and prove him wrong. if it never happens good, if it does you'll be prepared..

or have your friends punch you in the ears, let them get you in the headlock and you fight free, giving you cauliflower ears, the bully will see that and think your one of those tough mma guys...
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Sreet fight? Tall man vs short man. Tall man will be looking for the nutsmash. Bring his attention up by attacking his eyes/throat with finger/spearhand strike, assuming you can get close enough, then nutsmash, attack the knee, footstomp, etc. Run away, fast. Good luck.
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ya ya i've been working on my ground game too....i was thinking about this move we've been doing at kickboxing....its like a front leg straight kick....but like its thrown from close puching range...where u get in close enough for him to punch u then just before he throws u bring ur knee up really hight then pow...right to the solarplexes...i;m thinking about getting this move down cuz i've seen it really do some damage
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ya ya i've been working on my ground game too....i was thinking about this move we've been doing at kickboxing....its like a front leg straight kick....but like its thrown from close puching range...where u get in close enough for him to punch u then just before he throws u bring ur knee up really hight then pow...right to the solarplexes...i;m thinking about getting this move down cuz i've seen it really do some damage
i had this move done by a tae kwon do guy to me.
he threw a punch i ducked under and got caught with his knee, it hurt, but i pulled it into a double. he was trying to kick me off as i took control of his legs, climded up his body, sat back started to fire off a couple in his face.
yes the knee hurt, it did slow me down, but i was going to smash him anyway. i was out sized by him, 135lbs vs 180-190lbs.
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i had this move done by a tae kwon do guy to me.
he threw a punch i ducked under and got caught with his knee, it hurt, but i pulled it into a double. he was trying to kick me off as i took control of his legs, climded up his body, sat back started to fire off a couple in his face.
yes the knee hurt, it did slow me down, but i was going to smash him anyway. i was out sized by him, 135lbs vs 180-190lbs.

haha nice bro....ya i wasnt really talking about a knee if thats the way it sounded...i meant more of like a hard muay thai front kick...cuz if u get their solarplexes to spasm its like pure paninc attack...so if i land it then its like gold to just knee him in the face or bring him down or watever
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Another good fight would be Marco Ruas Vs. Paul Varelans .
Ruas stayed on the outside and thai kicked Varelens leg out.

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